City Council

The Boise City Council is the legislative body for Boise City with policy setting and budgetary authority.

During the 2020 legislative session, the State passed a bill (HB413) requiring cities with populations over 100,000 people to create districts for City Council elections. A districting map was then created based on 2020 census data for the 2023 election. In 2023, all six council districts were up for election, and odd-numbered districts ran for four-year terms and even-numbered districts for two-year terms. Learn more about council districts.

Council Meetings

Regular meetings of the City Council are held on the third floor of City Hall every Tuesday beginning at 6 p.m. except on the fourth Tuesday of each month, when the meeting begins at noon.

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Public Hearing and Special Business

View the upcoming Boise City Council Public Hearing and Special Business calendar.

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Annual Budget Library

Boiseans can be proud to live in one of America’s most successful cities. That success has many benefits including diversity, vibrancy and a strong local economy.

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City Code

The City of Boise's official City Code.

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Internal Auditor

The Office of Internal Audit was created on August 26, 2003. On that date, the Mayor and Council of the City of Boise enacted Ordinance No. 6260, creating the Office.

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City Council Districts

Learn about City Council elections and the implementation plan outlining how districts will be managed in upcoming years.

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