City of Bancroft, Idaho
Winter Weather Conditions
Drip faucets to prevent freezing pipes, fixtures, & water meters
Remove vehicles, trailers, etc. from streets during heavy snowfall
Garbage Services/MR&E (208)547-4082
Thursdays is Bancroft garbage day
Cans need to be out by 8:00am
Household trash must be in tied bags
If a holiday falls on a Thursday garbage will be picked up on Friday (the following day)
All repairs and replacements are now handled by MR&E directly
Each can has a serial number. Call MR&E if your can is missing
Garbage trucks break down often due to heavy work loads
MR&E will send out another truck if a break down occurs.
Leave your can out for up to 24 hours if it has not been emptied
Contact MR&E with questions or concerns (208)547-4082
July 24th-Bancroft Pioneer Day Celebration
Parade 10:00 a.m.
Rodeo: 2:00 p.m.
Contact the following people for more information:
Parade-Mark Priestley 208-648-7830
Rodeo-Nicole McLain 208-339-6475
Vendors-Kathie Berry 208-648-7353
Facebook: Bancroft Pioneer Days
Please remove all vehicles & Misc. items off public streets for safe snow removal (thank you)
Trickle faucets during cold temperatures to prevent freezing pipes and water meters
Lighting of Teuscher Square November 27, 2023 at 6:00pm
Election Date: Tuesday, November 7, 2023
Location: Bancroft Lion's Building 165 S. Main St.
Dog Fees Deadline January 31, 2024 (open for details)
COMMUNITY EMERGENCY PLAN
In the event of an Emergency, Disaster, or Loss of Power which results in normal means of communications becoming inoperable; residents are encouraged to have an FRS or GMRS radio.
The County wide Radio Channel is: 20 and the Tone is: 8
EMS Director/Eric Hobson 208-547-2583 EMS/Paul Gritton 208-221-1224
Facebook: "208 Communicate"
Debit, credit, cash, check, money order, e-check, or autopay
The fee for using a debit or credit card is 3% plus $1.00 (all fees go to the debit/credit card companies)
Ask the bank to put your utility account number on the check. The account number is located in 2 places on your monthly utility statement.
Auto pay checks are mailed to the city in the form of a paper check. Mailing time varies
Assistance for Utility Customers
Residents are encouraged to contact the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare at (208) 232-1114 or visit: firstname.lastname@example.org
to apply for temporary assistance with paying the water & sewer portion of utility bills.
Dogs-All dogs in the city limits must be licensed See City Code 5-3A-3
Snow Removal-Remove vehicles, garbage cans, & other obstacles from streets during heavy snowfall
Non-running vehicles- Prohibited on city streets See City Code 6-3-2