November 29, 2015
C of I wins Mayors cup AGAIN!
The Mayor's Cup trophy will remain at city hall another year! Congrats to the College of Idaho men's basketball team. We are so proud of your efforts. 
The "Go Purple" grassroots movement continues in Caldwell. Throughout basketball season, wear purple
(C of I gear preferred) on Purple Fridays

and receive a discount from Caldwell businesses displaying Go Purple signs!

Click the photo for a news article from the College of Idaho.
Canyon County Festival of Trees

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Nextdoor: Join us!

Join Caldwell on Nextdoor!

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What is Nextdoor?

  • Nextdoor gives neighbors an easy way to receive important information quickly, like safety issues or natural disasters.
  • Nextdoor is the free and private social network for neighborhoods.
  • Nextdoor makes it easy for neighbors to establish their own virtual neighborhood watch, which is vital in strengthening community and combating local crime.
  • On Nextdoor, neighborhoods create and self manage private neighborhood networks that are accessible only to residents of that neighborhood.
  • All residents must verify that they live within the neighborhood before joining Nextdoor.
  • The City of Caldwell, Caldwell Police Dept. or Caldwell Fire Dept. will not be able to access residents’ websites, contact information, or content.
  • Information shared on Nextdoor is password protected and cannot be accessed by Google or other search engines.
  • Nextdoor’s mission is to help residents bring back a sense of the community to their neighborhoods, and Nextdoor is helping neighborhoods in Caldwell and across the country build stronger, safer places to call home.

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Night Light Parade

Join us Saturday, December 5th at 6 PM for the annual Treasure Valley Nightlight Parade. Before the parade, visit with Santa! At 6 PM, the parade begins. The parade route moves along Blaine St. 

Don't miss this incredible event brought to you by the Caldwell Chamber of Commerce, West Valley Medical Center, Best Bath and other local sponsors. 

For more information, click the photo.

Caldwell Cyber Safety
The Caldwell Police Department's new program, "Caldwell Cyber Safety" teaches kids how to be safe and careful online AND teaches parents how to stay up-to-date on technology, apps and more. It's important to know what our kids are up to and how they are using the internet.
Read more and request our officers to teach the class to your group or classroom today by clicking the photo.
"Like" the program's Facebook page for cyber safety tips &information.


Veterans Day Ceremony

Thank you to the Caldwell Elks Lodge No. 1448 and the Caldwell Veterans Council for another wonderful celebration of Veterans Day.
To read more about this wonderful event, click here. 


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Community news, updates & events


Event: 11/27-30 (Fri - Mon) Canyon County Festival of Trees: Ford Idaho Center - More info here

Event: Treasure Valley Night Light Parade: 7-8:30 PM - Blaine St. & Georgia - More info here.

News: 2015 City Council Election Results: Allgood, Ozuna and Stadick elected to Caldwell City Council (via Idaho Press-Tribune)

News: Mayor Nancolas recognized for programs benefiting Caldwell youth (via Idaho Ed News)

News: Veteran's Memorial Hall gets help from Home Depot  (via Idaho Press-Tribune)

College of Idaho: Caldwell's "Go Purple" efforts with the College of Idaho - You could win SEASON TICKETS! 

Mayor's Quarterly NewsletterFall 2015 Edition

Community Events: City and community calendars

City Updates: Most recent projects for the City of Caldwell Engineering Department

City Hall Hours: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM | Closed Holidays (Location: 411 Blaine St.)

Veterans Memorial Hall

For more info - click photo.

The Caldwell Veterans Memorial Hall restoration project has been primarily volunteer-driven. The Architects’ Office, PLLC (TAO) of Boise provided floor plans and design, pro bono, for a transformation of Caldwell’s historical Carnegie Library. While much has been accomplished, there is still quite a bit of work to be done. To assist, please contact John Muirhead at 208-960-4012.

The Veterans Council also has a Go Fund Me account for donations online. It can be found at: the most recent updates on construction progress, click here