• Evening in downtown Caldwell

    photo credit: Dan Smede

  • Main Street, circa 1950-s - Ellis

    photo credit - unknown

  • 2018 4th of July Fireworks

    Dan Smede

  • Historic Caldwell Home

    Jan Boles

  • Cardboard Kayak Races - 2018

    Destination Caldwell

  • Ice Skating Ribbon

    Downtown Caldwell - photo credit: Destination Caldwell

  • Winter Wonderland - 7th St Bridge

    Angie Point

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  • A View of Caldwell, Idaho

    KIVI video (6 on your side) highlighting Caldwell's downtown core. Click on the news title to see the video -- it's very nicely done!

  • . . . Treasure Valley residents are rethinking their view of Caldwell

    Thanks to hard-won changes, Treasure Valley residents are rethinking their view of Caldwell. by Savannah Cardon (scardon@idahopress.com). For years, city officials in Caldwell have sought to improve the city's negative reputation . . . (click on the article title to see the rest of the story)

  • Caldwell's Economic Development Director 'one of best in the country by far'

    by Savannah Cardon of the Idaho Press. CALDWELL - When it comes to attracting manufacturers . . . (for the full story, click on the story title)

  • Free Quarterly Household Hazardous & Electronic Waste Disposal Event

    Pckles Butte Landfill to host free quarterly household hazardous waste and electronic waste disposal events beginning December 12, 2018. Please read the press release for more information (click on the story title)

  • CPD Shop With a Cop 2018

    Caldwell Police Department is starting the Holiday season off with a bang December 1st! Our annual shop with a cop event will kick off 6:30 a.m. at Mr. V’s restaurant in Caldwell. For the full story, click on the News title!

  • Caldwell, partners launch 'We the Family' campaign

    August 31, 2018; by Savanah Cardon scardon@idahopress.com. Caldwell -- The city of Caldwell and its partners have launched a campaign called We the Family to help connect families with . . . (click the title to read the full article)

  • Caldwell Fire Dept promotes Ives and Kerbs; hires Fire Prevention Officer Stewart

    Caldwell, Idaho July 16, 2018: Caldwell Fire Chief Mark Wendelsdorf has announced the promotion of Firfighter Jacob Ives and Firefighter Kolby Kerbs to Fire Apparatus Driver/Operator, effective June 10, 2018 . . . . (for the rest of the story, click on the story title)

  • Caldwell's 7.3 million Indian Creek Plaza opens next week

    CALDWELL — After more than a year of construction and years of planning, the wait for the highly anticipated Indian Creek Plaza, Caldwell’s newest 57,000-square-foot downtown urban square, is close to an end. As a new downtown destination for . . . (click on the title to read the full IPT article)

  • Capitol Distributing breaks ground in Caldwell

    By Idaho Press-Tribune Staff newsroom@idahopress.com May 24, 2018. Capitol Distributing, which provides convenience goods and services to 700 retailers in six states, including 235 Jacksons Food Stores . . . (click on the title to read the rest of the story)

  • City of Caldwell seeking Volunteer Golf Course Board Member (appointed by City Council)

    The City of Caldwell is seeking volunteer applications for a vacancy on the Caldwell Golf Course Board (click on title for more information)

  • Caldwell Debuts Homeless Prevention Program

    See below for a link to the Channel 7 KTVB news story that ran Tuesday, April 3, 2018 regarding a new Homelessness Prevention Project administered by Advocates Agains Family Violence. Click on the title to see an overview of the program, and who to contact.

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    Child Abuse Prevention & Awareness Month

    April is Child Abuse Prevention & Awareness Month, and there are several activities to show your support for efforts to reduce child abuse, support families, and strengthen the communities in . . . (Click title for more)

  • Walk Audit Training flyer

    Walk Audit Training Class coming April 16-17

    From Brian Billingsley, Caldwell Planning and Zoning Director: Vitruvian Planning is hosting a walk audit training class in Caldwell on April 16 and 17. This course can be pretty rewarding to communities . . . (click on title to read more)

  • Mayor's Community Scholarship 2017 Winners: Lydia Flores & Eric Ramirez

    Huge congratulations and 'a job well done' kudos go out to Lydia Flores and Eric Ramirez for their contributions to our community. Whether at school, volunteering around the area, or offering their help where needed, these student leaders get things done!

  • The Rubaiyat to celebrate 7 years in Caldwell

    by Areena Arora aarora@idahopress.com Jan 3, 2018. One of Caldwell's only bookstores has hit a milestone - The Rubaiyat LLC is turning 7 on Jan 12 . . . Amy Perry, co-owner of Rubaiyat, was told a bookstore in Caldwell wouldn't work . . . (click on the title to read the rest of the story)

  • A Story from 2012 reaching back to 1940's

    Apr 7, 2012 Caldwell History Cavalcade. Main Street changed quite a bit by the 1940s. Cars replaced the trolley, the Saratoga Hotel, far left, was expanded with another floor and a drug store . . . (click on title for the rest of the story, courtesy of the Idaho Press-Tribune)

  • After 20 Years as Finance Director, ElJay Waite set to retire

    by Areena Arora aarora@idahopress.com. Dec 12, 2017 CALDWELL - ElJay Waite has been the city's finance director for 20 years. But at home, it's his wife, Pep Waite, who handles the family's budget - and that model of . . . (click on the title to read the full article)