The Kellogg Public Swimming Pool has officially closed for the 2021 season. We would like to thank our Summer pool staff for their commitment to providing a safe environment for all of our visitors this season. We look forward to seeing you all again next Summer!

 

COVID-19 Updates: Last Updated 5/11/2021

Stage 4 Order May 11 2021

 Res 2021 06 FaceCoveringRenewal.pdf

Council Meeting Zoom Access: Meeting ID # 318 605 9469 - Passcode 1007

Face Cover Renewal Feb 2021.pdf

Stage 3 Guidelines Feb 2 2021

Emergency Declaration Jan 20 2021.pdf

Mask Resolution Jan 21 2021.pdf

Mask Resolution Dec 10 2020.pdf

PHD Mask Order signed Nov 19 2020.pdf

Modified Stage 2 Order

Governors Executive Order

Mask Resolution Nov 2020 PDF.pdf

stay-healthy-order-stage3_2020oct27.pdf

Face Cover Renewal10 14 2020.pdf

Mask Resolution Sept 2020.pdf 

Ordinance 611 July 29 2020.pdf

Mask Resolution July 29 02020.pdf

Stage 4 guidance from Governors Office has been extended through August 21.  More information can be found at:

https://rebound.idaho.gov/

Idaho Housing Rent Assisstance

Stage 4 Order

Stage 3 Order

Stage 2 Order

Stay Healthy Order

Guidelines for Opening Idaho

May 1st Stage One

https://coronavirus.idaho.gov/statewide-stay-home-order/

Essential Services Designation

Executive Order Gov Little 3 27 2020.pdf

statewide-stay-home-order_032520.pdf

Lets Protect Each Other 3 24 2020.pdf

Sanitary Sewer Warning 3 24 2020.pdf

City Restrooms and Playgrounds.pdf

City Hall Temp Access Restrictions.pdf

Local Declaration and Resolution 2020.pdf

The story of Kellogg is part of the pageantry of the Pacific Northwest. Located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, in the heart of  Idaho's Panhandle National Forest, the site of the city is a three-mile square section of a valley on the South Fork of the Coeur d'Alene River. It is surrounded by steep hillsides rising several thousand feet from the valley floor.

 

 

 

It began with the discovery of rich lead ore in what would become the Bunker Hill Mine. The townsite was first laid out in 1886 and grew rapidly as the mining activity in the Silver Valley expanded. Since that time Kellogg has traditionally been considered the industrial center of the Coeur d'Alene Mining District. Incorporated in 1913, the town grew from a mining support community, in the early years, to an important processing center for primary metals through World War II and beyond.

 

 

With the closure of the Bunker Hill Mine complex in the 1980s, the city had to look elsewhere to sustain its livelihood. In response to these challenges, the city made a major commitment to alter its own destiny. The city constructed the longest aerial transportation system (a 3.1-mile single stage gondola) in the United States and started the development of the Silverhorn Ski Area (now Silver Mountain) into a year-round recreational facility. The resort is now privately owned and the city has become a destination ski and summer resort area. The addition of condos, a water park, a golf course, and hugely popular mountain bike trails at the resort have made a major contribution to this transition. The abandoned railroad bed through the middle of town was transformed into a green belt walkway which is now a part of the 72 mile long "Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes" that extends from the Montana border near Lookout Pass to Plummer, Idaho.

 

Another chapter for the City of Kellogg took place in the spring of 2005 when City Hall was moved from its original location on Main Street to the old Bunker Hill Warehouse site at 1007 McKinley Avenue. This provided a long overdue expansion of office space and additional parking to better serve our residents and visitors. In January of 2005, North Idaho College opened a satellite campus at the old city hall location. This endeavor brought a welcome addition to the area in the form of better educational opportunities for the citizens of the Silver Valley. 

 

In 2014 the city made another commitment to the future when the city undertook a 32 million dollar roads & sewer rehabilitation project. The largest undertaking since the development of the Bunker Hill Mine began with a pledge from the EPA of funding for road resurfacing. The City Council went to the citizens for approval of an additional 8 million dollar bond that would allow the city to replace the aging sewer mains while the road project was underway. With this funding, a financial commitment from the Central Shoshone County Water District, the South Fork Coeur d'Alene Sewer district and additional grants from the Idaho Department of Commerce the project to revitalize the majority of the water lines, sewer lines, and roads in the City of Kellogg got underway in 2015. This three-phase project completes in the fall of 2020.

 

Please watch our Facebook page (link at top right of page) for additional information and regular updates on events and operations of the City of Kellogg.

Upcoming Events

April 17, 2021
Leadman Ski, Bike, Run Triathlon
May 15, 2021
Elks Parade
24 June - 19 August 2021
Farmers Market - Thursdays 5pm-7pm June 24 Through Aug 19
July 4, 2021
4th of July Parade - 11 am - 1 pm
July 13, 2021
Adventure Cycling Bike Tour
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Kellogg, ID 83837