Come on down to the open house at the Caldwell Fire Department from 3 to 5 p.m. for free refreshments and get your picture taken with Santa! Then stick around for the parade at 6 p.m.
Also, This year marks the 5th annual Caldwell Fire Department Coats for Kids, which will be also be held on Saturday, December 7, 2013. Firefighter Rob Bailey will once again climb up on the roof of the fire station at 310 S. 7th Ave in Caldwell and brave the elements to spread the word on the plight of area children. Rob will stay on the roof until he collects a minimum of 500 new and gnetly used coats. Additionally, he is accepting food donations and would like to reach 500 pounds of food to donate to help out area families.
The City of Caldwell - Code Enforcement
We all work together to make Caldwell a beautiful community. The City of Caldwell's Community Development Department would like to remind you to be proactive in tending to the appearance of your community. If you become aware of any violations to the city code, please contact Katie Phillips at 208-455-4665.
Common Violations of Caldwell City Code:
- Abandoned Vehicles – inoperable or unlicensed vehicles parked on the street, on your private property, or business property open to the public.
- Trash and Debris – trash and debris must be removed from all premises.
- Semi-Trucks with Trailers – Not allowed to be parked on any residential street or alley, other than for loading and unloading cargo.
- Graffiti – Owners are responsible for removing graffiti from their property.
- Weeds – 8 inch high maximum. Owners are responsible for weed maintenance to the middle of alleys and ditches and out to the curb or pavement on streets.
- Commercial Property Appearance - All commercial property and structures must be kept in a neat, orderly and clean condition to include landscaping. Accumulation of dirt on or about a building is prohibited.
- Dogs - Only three dogs per residence are allowed within city limits. Dogs are not allowed to run loose or bark excessively.
City of Caldwell - Mayor's Fall Newsletter 2013 - CLICK HERE