February 11, 2016

Click here to read the winter 2016 edition of the Mayor's Newsletter

Seniors, Veterans and persons with disabilities in Caldwell can get
FREE Transportation by calling (208) 573-2584
(make sure to call between 8:30 AM and 4 PM). 

Thank you to Supportive Housing and Innovative Partnerships, Inc. (SHIP)
and Valley Regional Transit (VRT) for making this possible!


Happy new year! 

Please read our thank you letter which contains highlights from 2015.
We are so grateful for the community's hard work and support. 

Please click the photo to read the letter.


 Caldwell Cyber Safety Program

A program offered by the Caldwell Police Department 

What are your kids up to online?
"Caldwell Cyber Safety" provides a class offered to parents about family internet safety and how to stay up-to-date on technology,
apps and more. There's also a class for kids that teaches them how to be 
safe and careful online. Read more and request a time for officers (Snider and Watson)
teach the class to your group or classroom today by clicking the photo.
 "Like" the program's Facebook page for cyber safety tips &information.


 Veterans Day Ceremony

 Thank you to the Caldwell Elks Lodge No. 1448 and the Caldwell Veterans Council 
for another wonderful celebration of Veterans Day. 

To read more about this wonderful event, click here. 



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Event: The Mayor's annual State of the City Address at the College of Idaho: February 25th at 4:00 PM (Jewett Auditorium)

Mayor's Quarterly Newsletter: Winter 2016 Edition

News: Mayor Nancolas recognized for programs benefiting Caldwell youth (via Idaho Ed News)

CVMH Update: Caldwell Veterans Memorial Hall construction project update

 Community Events: City and community calendars

City Updates: Most recent projects for the City of Caldwell Engineering Department

City Hall Hours: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM | Closed Holidays (Location: 411 Blaine St.)

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For more info - click photo.

The Caldwell Veterans Memorial Hall restoration project has been primarily volunteer-driven. The Architects’ Office, PLLC (TAO) of Boise provided floor plans and design, pro bono, for a transformation of Caldwell’s historical Carnegie Library. While much has been accomplished, there is still quite a bit of work to be done. To assist, please contact John Muirhead at 208-960-4012.

The Veterans Council also has a Go Fund Me account for donations online. It can be found here: https://www.gofundme.com/xc44ha3k
For the most recent updates on construction progress, click here




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