City Offices

Administrative Offices:
The Administrative Offices serve as the principal link between the City Council, City staff and the public. Our goal is to provide the best public service possible to all involved with the City whether they are residents, business, staff or an elected official.

The City Administrator, City Clerk and Deputy Clerk, City Treasurer and two administrative assistants round out the administrative offices.

Office Hours:
The Administrative Offices are located inside City Hall at 2135 South Ammon Road, and open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., excluding all federal holidays.

Contact:
Phone: (208) 612-4000
Fax: (208) 612-4009
e-mail: administrative office e-mail

Staff:
City Administrator: Ron Folsom, (208) 612-4050 or rfolsom@cityofammon.us

City Clerk: Rachael Sanders, (208) 612-4010 or rsanders@cityofammon.us

Deputy Clerk: Shari Ockerman, (208) 612-4011 or sockerman@cityofammon.us

City Treasurer: Jennifer Belfield, (208) 612-4015 or jbelfield@cityofammon.us

Treasurer Administrative Assistant: Tally Key, (208) 612-4018 or tkey@cityofammon.us

Customer Service: Kim Johnston, (208) 612-4012 or kjohnston@cityofammon.us

Mayor’s Assistant/Public Relations Director: April Forrest, (208) 612-4016 or aforrest@cityofammon.us

 

City Clerk’s Office:
The City Clerk’s Office is responsible for Council-related services, records management, license issuance and legal compliance with all codes and regulations, including State Statutes and Municipal Code. Our goal is to facilitate the legislative process and promote public participation in municipal affairs.

Office Hours:

The City Clerk’s Offices are located inside City Hall at 2135 South Ammon Road, and open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., excluding all federal holidays.

Contact:
Phone: (208) 612-4010
Fax: (208) 612-4014
e-mail: City Clerk’s E-mail

Staff:
City Clerk: Rachael Sanders, (208) 612-4010 or rsanders@cityofammon.us

Census Statistics:
2012 Ammon Statistics

Enforcement Office:

 

The Enforcement Office enforces City Ordinances related to:

Animals:
The Enforcement Office performs a wide variety of services which include stray or unwanted animal pick-ups, animal ordinance enforcement, dog and kennel licensing enforcement and more.

Residents are encouraged to visit cityofammon.us/animals for specific information related to having pets or housing animals within the City limits.

We encourage everyone to spay and neuter their pets!

Property:
The Enforcement Officer also enforces zoning ordinances, including those regulating on-street parking, abandoned vehicles, excessive or noxious weeds or junk or litter, and nuisance complaints. The Enforcement Officer also deals with home businesses operating without a business license. For more information on these topics, please us the links below:

Housing and Property
Starting a Business
Doing Business

Office Hours:

The Enforcement Office is located inside City Hall at 2135 S Ammon RD. The Ammon Enforcement Officer is available by appointment only. To schedule a meeting or request assistance with an enforcement concern, please contact Ammon Enforcement Officer, Shawna Avery.

Contact:
Regular Business Hours Phone: (208) 612-4072
After Hours Dispatch Phone: (208) 529-1200
Fax: (208) 612-4009
email: savery@cityofammon.us

If you are searching for Law Enforcement within the City of Ammon; Please contact the Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office.

PUBLIC NOTICE:

The City is requesting submittals for complete master planning design services.Download the RFQ.
Questions regarding the RFQ should be addressed to Lance, Bates, Ammon City Engineer.
(Please see contact information below.)

Engineer’s Office:
The City Engineer’s Office works closely with the Public Works Department in the construction, inspection, maintenance and operation of the City’s municipal infrastructure. Typical responsibilities include the oversight of design, permitting, review and inspection, monitoring and repairing of water, sewer, and drainage systems, as well as roads and pathways. The Engineer’s Office also coordinates with consultants, bids and awards contracts in its efforts to successfully complete projects efficiently and cost effectively.

The City Engineer also represents the City of Ammon on numerous regional boards and committees providing invaluable technical feedback and local representation on behalf of City officials, staff and residents.

The Engineer’s Office is available to answer questions on drainage, sewer and other land development issues, in addition to performing technical reviews for site plans and subdivision plans. Our goal is to provide residents with the highest quality customer service, with integrity, and utmost professionalism.

Office Hours:

The City Engineer’s Office is located inside City Hall at 2135 South Ammon Road, and open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., excluding all federal holidays.

Contact:

City Engineer: Tracy Bono
Phone: (208) 612-4028
Fax: (208) 612-4009

e-mail: tbono@gmail.com

Engineering Documents:

Right of Way Excavation Permit Application

ACAD Site Plan Legend

Treasurer’s Office:

The City Treasurer is the appointed custodian of all City funds. The Treasurer’s Office works closely with City Council in the development, implementation and management of the City budget. The Treasurer is responsible for the receipt and disbursement of all City funds, including payroll checks. Funds not needed for daily operations are invested to earn income for the city and its citizens.

The goal of the Treasurer’s Office is to maintain integrity and transparency in the use of public funds for the benefit of all.

Office Hours:

The Treasurer’s Office is located inside City Hall at 2135 South Ammon Road, and open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., excluding all federal holidays.

Contact:

City Treasurer: Jennifer Belfield
Phone:
 (208) 612-4015
Fax: (208) 612-4009

e-mail: jbelfield@cityofammon.us

Treasurer’s Documents:

2016 Budget Year Audit Report
2015 Budget Year Audit Report
2014 Budget Year Audit Report
2014 Budget Highlights
2013 Budget Year Audit Report
2013 Ammon Statistics
Tax Distribution Comparison Chart
2012 Budget Year Audit Report
2011 Budget Year Audit Report

Boards and Commissions:
Mayor-appointed and Council-confirmed citizen boards and commissions advise the City on a wide range of policy issues and play an important role in the administration of municipal services. Citizens serving in this capacity receive no compensation. Their service to the community is greatly appreciated.

Planning and Zoning Commission:
With duties defined by Title 67, Chapter 65 of the Idaho Code, this commission makes recommendations to the City Council respecting comprehensive planning, zoning and subdivision regulations.

For more information see the information related to the commission posted at cityofammon.us/planning, or contact: Ron Folsom, Planning Director at (208) 612-4050 or rfolsom@cityofammon.us

Parks and Recreation Commission:
Advises City Council on matters related to Parks and Recreation.

For more information see the information related to the commission posted at cityofammon.us/parks, or contact: Ken Knoch, Parks Director at (208) 612-4040 or kknoch@cityofammon.us

Building Board of Appeals:
Conducts hearings for appeals of the decisions made by the Building Official as it relates to the interpretation of the various adopted building codes.

For more information contact: Charles Allen, Building Official at (208) 612-4022 or callen@cityofammon.us

Elections and Voting:
Your vote is your voice as an American citizen. It’s your opportunity to be heard, to hold elected officials accountable for their decisions and to have a say in important issues that affect your community. On Election Day, every vote matters.

Where do I vote? Click here to find your nearest voting location.

Mayor and City Council Election Information:

The Mayor and City Council members are each elected to terms of four (4) years. For information concerning upcoming local council and mayoral seat elections, candidate petitions and packets please contact Rachael Wold, Deputy City Clerk at (208) 612-4010.

2017 City of Ammon Election Information:

The City of Ammon will hold elections on November 7, 2017 for the Mayor position and four City Council seats. The seats that are currently up for elections are seats #1, #2, #4 & #6. Candidates for City elected office are required to file a Declaration of Candidacy specifying the office they wish to run for. To run for an elected office in the City of Ammon you must be 18 years of age, a U.S. citizen, the candidate’s voter registration must match the residence address provided on the candidate’s declaration, and have been a resident of the City for no less than 30 days. Candidate election packets will be available for pickup at the City Offices on August 25, 2017. Candidate filings for the November 7, 2017 election will be accepted beginning at 8:00 a.m. on August 25, 2017 and end at 5:00 p.m. on September 8, 2017. Candidate filings must be submitted to the City Office at the office of the City Clerk.

Campaign Sign Regulations

Election Resources:
Bonneville County Elections – official Bonneville County voter, information, registration and access
Bonneville County Precinct List – a list of current polling places
Idaho Votes – official State of Idaho voter information, registration, and access
Idaho Secretary of State – elections, campaign disclosure and lobbyists information

Voter Information:

Voter Qualifications
– A citizen of the United States
– 18 years of age, or older
– A resident in the state and in the county for thirty (30) days prior to Election Day
– Registered as required by law

Absentee Request
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