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The Utility Services Department assists customers in setting up service for water, sewer, and garbage and recycling. Learn more on the Utility Services page.
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The City of Twin Falls budget is a sustainable plan of action, detailing how the strategic planning priorities and overall goals will be achieved. By staying focused on the future, examining current budgets for efficiencies, collaborating with other jurisdictions in the area of economic development, investing in technology, judiciously weighing proposals to add or enhance programs and planning carefully, the city has been able to maintain service levels during an era of rising costs and declining revenues streams.
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The City of Twin Falls has adopted, See Click Fix, for citizens to report a concern in city limits. Concerns can be reported on the City of Twin Falls website or directly on your phone using the downloadable application.
To report an issue or a complaint with a contractor, please contact the State of Idaho Bureau of Occupational Licenses. Complaints may be submitted online or by requesting a Complaint form by calling (208) 334-3233
The City does not have any jurisdiction or authority to enforce mold issues. However, the following are some very helpful links: