The following list of services and service providers will help get you started in your new home.
The Bulky Waste Program is for rural city and residential accounts of Latah County. Juliaetta Bulky Waste Site is open the first and third Saturdays of each month, 8:00 am-4:00 pm, located South on Highway 3.
- Property address and phone number are required.
- No e-waste, computer monitors, or TVs accepted. They must be taken to Moscow Recycling Center.
- No hazardous or asbestos waste.
- Extremely large loads must use the Transfer Station on the second and fourth Saturdays.
Demolition waste accepted includes: scrap metal, 2 large appliances, 4 passenger tires (no rims), drywall, concrete, tile, carpet, laminate flooring, porcelain, brick, untreated lumber, and roofing materials. Upholstered furniture accepted including box springs and mattresses. Yard waste accepted includes brush, leaves, branches, and grass clippings. These are accepted all months except April and October.
Household waste is only accepted in April and October at rural city bulky waste sites. This includes all plastic/rubber material items, small appliances, railroad ties, contaminated waste, tents, insulation, styrofoam, fiberglass, hot tubs, and tarps/canvas.
The Juliaetta-Kendrick community is home to many different clubs, churches, organizations, and committees, with volunteers who donate their time and talents to benefit the whole community. Please visit the directory for contact information and to see if there’s any that you might like to join!
When you first move into your home, there will likely be a roll cart already there. If so, you have 60 days to determine if you want to change the size of can in service. After that time, the charge to change will be $17.00 to change.
There are recycling bins in at the bottom of 3rd St., by the walking path. Recycling items must be deposited as labeled on box. Remove and discard lids and no plastic bags. Please follow the guidelines below and signs on boxes.
CARDBOARD: Please flatten.
METALS: (Please rinse) Aluminum/tin cans. Not allowed in box: foil, paint or aerosol cans.
PAPER: (Place loose in container) Magazines/catalogs, newspaper (including glossy ads), telephone books, junk mail (envelopes with plastic windows accepted), dry food boxes (such as cereal, remove liners), paper bags/sacks, gift wrap. Not allowed in box: tissues, paper towels/cups/plates, cartons from milk, soy, juice or ice cream, food soiled papers or pet food bags.
The local telephone company is TDS Telecom and they are also the internet provider available in Juliaetta. Their phone number is 877-837-8372. Another provider for Internet in Juliaetta is First Step. Their number is 208-882-8869.
Television services can be obtained from most national television providers. Juliaetta Television is also available in the Juliaetta area. This service is $5.00 per month and is added to your utility billing each month. Juliaetta Television offers all the standard network stations and public television stations using a digital signal.
You can establish your new utility account during our normal business hours of 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday through Friday the first two weeks of the month. From 8:00 a.m. to noon Monday through Wednesday during the remainder of the month. You will need to have the account placed in your name and provide a current mailing address and phone number. City Hall phone number is 208-276-7791.
Water rates are as follows:
- Up to 6,000 gallons is $52.50 a month.
- From 6,000 to 12,000 gallons an additional $2.00 per 1,000 gallons per month.
- From 12,000 to 300,000 gallons an additional $3.00 per 1,000 gallons per month.
- For usage over 300,000 gallons ber ponth, an additional $5.00 per 1,000 gallons per month.
Fees for water connection are $2,000.00 ($1,500.00 capital improvement fee and $500.00 tapping fee to cover labor and materials. Tapping fees are estimated for average connection. If a residence is located in pump station #2 at 1380.5 feet elevation above sea level, and not more than 1500 fee above sea level this fee shall be $3,000.00. Of this fee, $2,500.00 shall be placed into the capital improvement fund and $500.00 tapping fee to cover labor and materials. Additional fees based on time and materials may be required if it is necessary to extend a line to the applicant’s property. This does not include the charge for a water meter. The charge for a 1″ meter is $500.00 and all new connections shall be fitted with a 1″ meter and service line.
Sewer rates are $38.85 per month.
The sewer connection fee is $1,700.00. Of this fee, $1,400.00 is for capital improvement fee and $300.00 for a tapping fee.