Permits and Fees
Permits and Fees
Our most widely requested permit applications are available for download in PDF format. Building related forms and land use applications are located on our Planning and Zoning page. Additionally, if you are looking for forms for new utility connection, you can locate those under the Utility page. If you have any questions about filling out the forms or if a particular permit is required, please call City Hall for assistance at (208)-267-3105.
For a list of current fees, see the attached Fee Resolution.
Adopted Engineering Standards
A Business License is required for all businesses located within the city limits. Please note that a new permit is required if there is a change of ownership, business name or structure (example: sole proprietorship to limited liability company) or if the location changes.
Renewal business license application
Alcoholic Beverage License
An Alcoholic Beverage License is required for all entities selling alcohol within the City. The permit fees are listed in the application.
Special Event Permit
A Special Event Permit is required for any special event or that takes place on a city street, sidewalk or city-owned property.
A Special Event permit is required for any Parade within the City.
Fees for special events can be found by clicking on the fee resolution link provided above.
A Catering Permit is required for catering within the City.
Right of Way Encroachment Permit
A Right of Way Encroachment Permit is required for any excavation in the public right-of-way, construction of any structure (overhead or underground) on the public right-of-way, or a new access or modification of an access to the public right-of-way.
Any dog whose owner resides within the incorporated limits of the city or any dog which enters the city limits is required to have a dog license, which needs to be renewed each year. The cost is $12 if purchased by January 31 or $24 if purchased after January 31. The license may be purchased at City Hall. Please review Title 5, Chapter 3 of the Bonners Ferry Code for further clarification.
* The metal Rabies vaccination tag provided by your veterinarian IS NOT a license.
State law requires that all dogs 3 months (12 weeks) of age or older must have a current Rabies vaccination.