Category Archive: Featured

Apr 03 2017

Summer Part-Time Lifeguard

THE CITY OF WEISER IS CURRENTLY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR A LIFEGUARD FOR THE WEISER POOL Must be at least 16 years of age, have current lifeguard and CPR certifications. Lifeguard training and CPR certifications can be completed at Weiser Memorial Pool in May. To sign up for the classes, please call the Weiser Recreation Department …

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Mar 20 2017

Weiser: The Safest City in Idaho!

Idaho’s claim to fame lies in potatoes, however, the first potato in America was planted in New Hampshire in 1719. Potatoes didn’t even reach Idaho until 1836. Still, Idaho produces approximately one-third of the potatoes in the United States. As a state, though, Idaho has much more to offer. The Idaho landscape is rugged and …

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Mar 01 2017

Parks & Grounds Maintenance Position

THE CITY OF WEISER is Currently Accepting Applications for a Seasonal Parks & Grounds Maintenance Position Applicant must have a minimum of 3 years experience with various types of lawn equipment as assigned. Backhoe experience a plus. Must be able to operate and make repairs to sprinkler systems. Duties include but not limited to trimming …

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Feb 21 2017

Repairing Damaged Structures, A Few Tips

Many residents of Weiser have suffered damage to homes and accessory buildings during the brutal winter of 2016-2017. As conditions improve, our thoughts turn to making repairs to and replacing buildings that were damaged or destroyed by snow and floods. If you are making repairs or contracting with others for their services, please be cautious and …

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Feb 02 2017

AIC Shines Its Community Spotlight on Weiser

AIC Shines Its Community Spotlight on Weiser Thursday, January 26, 2017  Posted by: Gay Dawn Oyler   Weiser is located at the northwest end of the Treasure Valley near the confluence of the Snake and Weiser Rivers. It is the county seat and largest city in Washington County. Fertile farmland and orchards surround most of …

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