Hailey’s Land Use Map & Goals

Hailey’s official Land Use Map establishes a basis and direction for the expansion and/or location of business, residential, industrial, institutional and green space areas within and adjacent to the City.…

January 2023 Update: Approved and Upcoming Housing Developments

See below for a list of approved and upcoming housing developments, some of which are anticipated to include community and employee housing units. Learn more about what are “community housing”…

Sweetwater Subdivision

The development of the Sweetwater Subdivision along Woodside and Countryside Boulevards is governed by a Planned Unit Development (PUD) Agreement that was established in 2006, then amended in 2009, 2010,…

2022 Update on ADUs in Hailey

An overview of provisions for Accessory Dwelling Units in Hailey: In 2016 the Hailey City Council and Planning and Zoning Commission prioritized Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) from an array of…

40 McKercher

A 44-unit apartment building design at “40 McKercher”, in the Business and Downtown Residential Overlay Zoning Districts, was approved by the Hailey Planning & Zoning Commission on September 19, 2022.…

River Lane Apartments

On November 21, 2022, the Hailey Planning and Zoning Commission considered and approved the Design Review Application by River Lane, LLC, for construction of a fifty-one (51) apartment units– a…

Sunbeam Subdivision

Sunbeam Subdivision On May 19,  2020 the Hailey City Council considered and approved a the Planned Unit Development (PUD) Application for the development of a two-phase PUD totaling 147 units,…

Copper Ranch Subdivision

The Copper Ranch Subdivision dates back to 2003, when the original Planned Unit Development Agreement was established. Due to the economic recession of 2008, the completion of the subdivision has…

Hailey Housing Report – January 2023

Housing accessibility and security is key to the vibrancy and sustainability of life in Hailey. Read the City of Hailey’s inaugural housing report! Stay tuned for seasonal updates.

Planning for Housing

Learn how Hailey’s city planning efforts support the accessibility of housing– for the well-being and vibrancy of our community.

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Arts & Historic Preservation Committee

The mission of the Arts & Historic Preservation Commission is two part:

  • to ensure that the arts and history are valued as an integral part of Hailey, and
  • to enhance the culture of the Hailey community by providing leadership, advocacy and support for the arts and history.

Learn more about the Commission here!

Building Services

Hailey's building services ensure that structures built in the City are safe and in compliance with international, state, and local building codes.

Learn more here!

Business Licensing

Applications for business and alcohol licensing, as well as sign permits can be found on our Forms & Fees webpage. 

Comprehensive Planning

Hailey's 2010 Comprehensive Plan specifies the City's goals within the following areas of focus:

  • Natural Resources, Energy and Air Quality
  • Hazardous Areas and Wildland Fire Hazards
  • Special Areas or Sites and Features
  • Recreation, Parks and Lands
  • Land Use, Population and Growth Management
  • Economic Development
  • Demographics, Cultural Vitality, Social Diversity and Well-Being
  • Housing
  • Public Service, Facilities and Utilities
  • Transportation
  • Community Design
  • Private Property
  • School Facilities and Transportation
  • Public Airport Facilities

Most recently, the Plan was updated in 2020. Now, in 2023, the City is prepared to undertake a more sweeping update to the Comprehensive Plan. Read more about the process here.

Floodplain Administration

The City of Hailey has a Flood Hazard Overlay District, which includes the property that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) determined to be in the Special Flood Hazard Area. This zoning district has been set up to promote the public health, safety, and general welfare, and to minimize public and private losses due to flood conditions.

Learn more about Floodplain Management here.

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Housing Solutions

Housing accessibility and security is key to the vibrancy and sustainability of life in Hailey.

Learn more about the City's housing efforts, including:

  • what is "community housing"?
  • the City's interim housing policy statement
  • regular reports on the City's housing market
  • partnerships that support a healthy housing market in Hailey
Planning & Zoning Commission

The Planning & Zoning Commission oversees community development projects and initiatives for the City of Hailey. The commission currently includes:

  • Janet Fugate, Chair
  • Owen Scanlon
  • Dan Smith
  • Dustin Stone
  • Sage Sauerbrey

To add an item to a Planning & Zoning Commission meeting agenda, submit a complete application to the Community Development Department no later than 35 days before the scheduled meeting.  All applicants are required to discuss their application with the Community Development team and how best to proceed with the public Planning & Zoning meeting.

Call (208) 788-9815 or email planning@haileycityhall.org with any questions.

For the schedule, agenda packets, and minutes related to the Planning & Zoning Commission's meetings see our Public Meetings page.

Urban Renewal Agency

Hailey's Urban Renewal Agency (HURA) includes two special improvement districts-- the Gateway District and Airport Way District. The purpose of HURA is to implement projects that support the vibrancy and economic development of Hailey.

Learn more about HURA and its Public Meetings.

Special Events

See the application form for special events on the City's Forms & Fees page. Please note the different Staff contacts for special events at parks, Town Center West, and other locations; as well as for environmental resiliency plans and banner applications.

Special Event Application - English
Solicitud de eventos especiales - Español 

Special event applications are only necessary for events with more than 250 people.

Sustainability & Resilience

The Sustainability & Resilience program at the City of Hailey is multi-faceted and shared across city departments. Learn more here.

Sign Permits

All new, amended, and portable signs are required to have a sign permit! Please see the sign permit application via the Forms & Fees page.

Through the sign permit process, Staff will work with you to ensure that your signage is up to Code. For more information about the stipulations for signs within Hailey City Limits, refer to Chapter 17.08 of the Hailey Municipal Code.

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