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May 2024 High Mountain Happenings

New McCall Library Grand Opening Saturday May 18

The McCall Public Library has closed to get ready for its big move into a new state-of-the-art facility approved by voters in 2021. The library will reopen on Saturday, May 18. Learn More 

Mini Spring Roadtrips Maximize Small Town Fun

Friday, May 31 – Sat, June 1 – Hells Canyon Days in Cambridge

The small-town spirit comes alive in Cambridge for Hells Canyon Days, which features an impressive lineup of live music for the Saturday Street Dance. Those who show up Friday can also catch the Bulls and Broncs Rodeo and a truck and car show. All proceeds are invested back into the community. Learn More

June 1 – Big Water Blowout in Riggins

Riggins is always the place to be the first Saturday in June, as river flows surge and the community turns out for small town fun. From affordably priced raft trips to live music and the legendary Dutch Oven Cookoff, this is a bucket list trip and a lovely way to spend a late spring day. Learn More

Stay Informed: Development Stories Making Headlines in Our Area

100+ Apartments Approved at Former McCall Mobile Home Park

The McCall City Council has approved plans for 125 apartments on a four-acre site that was previously home to the McCall Manor Mobile Home Park. 31 units will be dedicated as workforce housing and another 70 units will be designated as long-term rental units. Learn More

Water Bond in McCall Could Catch Voters Off Guard

Voters in McCall can expect to see a water bond on the May 21 ballot that city officials say will fund required renovations and storage improvements for the city’s water treatment facility. City officials say the bond is crucial, and a deeper look shows it may also be confusing. A “yes” vote on the bond will cost the average user an extra $3 per month, but a “no” vote could cost residential water customers an extra $75 per month. Learn More

Donnelly: Update on Two New Neighborhoods Proposed by Same Developer

341-lot MacGregor Townsite Narrowly Approved by VC P&Z, Headed to Commissioners

Valley County Commissioners will hold a public hearing on Monday, June 10 to consider a recommendation from the P&Z Commission to approve a subdivision that would be built on 159 acres about two miles south of Donnelly. Learn More

Donnelly City Council Approves Preliminary Plans for 700+ Home Mountain Meadows Ranch Development

Preliminary plans for the first phase of a development that could eventually add more than 700 homes to Donnelly were approved on Monday by the Donnelly City Council.

The proposal by Craig Groves of Donnelly would be built on 272 acres just west of Donnelly between West Roseberry Road and Wallace Lane.


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