BELOW IS A LIST OF THE ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS OF THE CITY OF DOVER
CONTACT THE CITY CLERK AT (208) 265-8339 FOR OFFICIAL COPIES OF ANY ORDINANCE OR RESOLUTION
CITY OF DOVER – CODES
1- ANNUAL APPROPRIATIONS:
All city departments and city hall will be closed for Veteran's day observance
DURA ( Dover Urban Renewal Agency) is a board consisting of five members appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council. Currently there are three vacant positions. If you or someone you know is interested in becoming involved, please contact the Mayor at 265- 8339. DURA meets the first Wednesday of every month at 4:00 pm in the Conference Room at City Hall.
Click on the "Meetings" icon on the right side of this page to access meeting dates, cancellations, and agendas.
Open spaces, trails, wetlands and municipal parks of Dover have become woven into our resident’s regular life-patterns. They provide beauty, a chance to relax or view wildlife and the opportunity to socialize with your neighbors. A stroll along the trails or a relaxing day in the park renews and refreshes.
Are you interested in land use issues in Dover? Do you have feelings and thoughts about what Dover looks like now, and what you want it to look like in the future? Do you want to share your ideas with others?
The Dover Planning Commissioners invite you and your friends to come to the Planning & Zoning Commission and share your thoughts and opinions. Because speakers not listed on the agenda have limited speaking time, we encourage you to call 265-8339 to be placed on the agenda to present your ideas.
IDAHO CODE, TITLE 39, CHAPTER 41 IDAHO BUILDING CODE ACT, permit local government to adopt and enforce building codes. The City of Dover has adopted the International Building Code, the provisions of the Americans with disabilities act accessibility guidelines and the federal fair Housing Act accessibility guidelines; International Residential Code, parts I-IV and IX; and International Energy Conservation Code.
Due to the high volume of plan sets and construction paperwork, please understand we only accept project submittals that are complete.
Below is a brief description of those permits which may have to be obtained for your project. It is not intended to be a comprehensive listing.
OUR GOALS: To keep Dover a great place to live through application of Smart Growth principles. To safeguard life or limb, health, property and public welfare by regulation and control of design, construction, use and occupancy, location and maintenance of buildings and structures. To develop, maintain and update plans, systems, facilities, and services necessary to accommodate smart growth and development.
Office hours: Monday thru Thursday 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM, closed Fridays, weekends & holidays.
All City offices are located at
699 Lakeshore Ave. Dover, ID 83825-0115
They may be reached via:
mail: PO Box 115, Dover Id 83825-0115
email the City.
The City is ultimately responsible for maintenance and improvements to the public street system, including the sidewalks and stormwater. A large number of miscellaneous functions fall under their responsibility as well. Within their jurisdiction are snow removal, stormwater control, sign maintenance, street repair, sidewalk replacement, road right of way clearing and maintenance, and compliance with City Code regarding speed limits, signs and parking violations.