IAHD Bill Tracker 2018
Stay up to date with current legislation the IAHD is tracking. Click on the bill number to visit the Idaho Legislature’s website to read the full bill and track it’s movement in the legislature.
Distributors can collect and remit fuels taxes when making bulk sales of gaseous special fuels. UPDATE: Signed by Governor, Effective 7/1/18
The Legislature will remove the requirement for two different speed limits on Idaho highways.
This legislation removes the prohibition on use of eminent domain powers for purposes of developing greenbelts and bike paths.
Creates a new section of code prohibiting state agency personnel from communicating with legislators or the governor for lobbying actions.
The legislation will allow government entities to have the option to publish legal notices on government websites and/or in a printed newspaper.
This bill appropriates and transfers $16.6M from the General Fund to the Strategic Initiatives Program (State) Fund and $11M from the General Fund to the Strategic Initiatives Program (Local) Funds to the Idaho Transportation Department for FY 2018. UPDATE: Signed by Governor, Effective 2/15/18
This legislation will provide county commissioners the opportunity to grant complete exemption of the personal property tax on businesses within their county that are still tracking and paying the tax.
Requires meeting agendas subject to Idaho's Open Meeting Laws to (1) Post agenda electronically if entity has website or social media presence and (2) Identify items that require a vote as an "action item." UPDATE: Signed by Governor, Effective 7/1/18
This amendment would not allow for special purpose taxing districts to use such funds for voluntary contributions or enter into cooperative agreements with other such districts and entities. UPDATE: Senate did not Concur in House Amendment
In relation to highway districts, on page 1834 this bill extends Secure Rural School funding for highway and school districts to receive federal monies. UPDATE: Signed by President