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Idaho Land Use Planning (1-ID-a)

Land use planning in Idaho is delegated to city and county governments.

Land Use Planning Process

1-ID-a.1 – Land Use Planning Delegated to Cities and Counties

Under Idaho Code Title 67, Chapter 65, land use planning in Idaho is delegated to cities and counties. The Local Land Use Planning Act requires local planning and zoning commissions to conduct a comprehensive planning process (I.C. sec. 67-6508). The section further requires local comprehensive planning in the areas of:

  • Property rights;
  • Population;
  • School facilities and transportation;
  • Economic development;
  • Land use;
  • Natural resources;
  • Hazardous areas;
  • Public services, facilities and utilities;
  • Transportation;
  • Recreation;
  • Special areas;
  • Housing;
  • Community design;
  • Agriculture;
  • Implementation; and
  • National interest electric transmission corridors.


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