Our city is located in the heart of beautiful Valley County located approximately 89 miles north of Boise at an elevation of 4,865 feet. Donnelly is the crossroads of recreation surrounded by beautiful mountains, meadows, hundreds of alpine lakes and even many hot springs.
Our little town offers access to extraordinary recreational activities, ranging from hiking, biking, fishing, boating, water skiing, wake surfing, kayaking, rafting, snow skiing, cross country skiing, snow shoeing, snowboarding, antiquing, and playing tennis, …the list is almost endless.
After enjoying a day of recreating, come visit our many shops and restaurants that offer everything from sushi to huckleberry pies, coffee and quiche to beer and hamburgers, bike and kayak rentals, antiques, spa treatments and shopping, just to name a few. As you can see, we are a little town with lots to offer. We look forward to your visit!
G&S Aviation specializes in Idaho backcountry access and intercity air charter services via a 9 passenger Islander. We also work very closely with my brother’s service, Sawtooth Flying Service, and have 5 and 3 passenger Cessnas available.
At Idaho Power, we work hard every day to bring energy to your door. We do it safely and proudly. You can rest easier knowing we are always there. Planning for the future, caring for the environment, partnering with you. Big and small. Day and night. Today and tomorrow. We are your neighbors, your friends and your family, and you can always count on us for reliable, responsible, fair-priced service.
Established in August 1973, the Valley County Museum Complex at Roseberry Idaho is governed by the Long Valley Preservation Society (LVPS). Roseberry stands by itself in the middle of the Long Valley and is located one and one half miles from Donnelly on Idaho State Highway 55. As the largest presentation of Finnish Culture in the Western United States, Roseberry is also a National and International draw for foreign visitors. Roseberry is unique because the museum is currently comprised of twenty-two buildings, many housing historical displays, and providing visitors with a year-round view of the history of Long Valley. The Museum is operated seasonally. Hours are: May – Sunday 1-5; June/July/August – Friday, Saturday, Sunday 1-5; September – Sunday 1-5. Visitors to the town site are welcome to view buildings year-round. The summer season provides rustic grassy areas for picnics.
PRIVATE EVENTS – Weddings, Family Gatherings, Memorials, Class Reunions – Can be held on the Roseberry Museum Grounds. Providing both indoor seating capacity up to 100 and adjoining outdoor space to accommodate up to 300, there are events planned throughout the summer season. For information regarding your event plan and rental fees, contact HistoricRoseberryEvents@gmail.com or call the museum at 208-325-8628.
We are committed to maintaining a desirable quality of life featuring year-round recreational opportunities, as well as a thriving economic climate. The McCall Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau works with local businesses, citizen groups, city governments and several outlying communities to see that growth is directed in a positive and beneficial manner. The chamber is the concerted voice of local businesses to promote and protect their interests and the community as a whole.
Midas Gold controls the world class Stibnite Gold Project, located in the historic Stibnite-Yellow Pine mining district in central Idaho, consolidating ownership of this important past-producing gold district under one owner for the first time in its history. With a multi-million ounce high-grade open-pit gold resource already defined, important antimony credits, and significant room for further growth, Midas Gold’s Stibnite Gold project is one of North America’s premier development stories.
To encourage Valley County communities, businesses and organizations to act more cohesively towards an improved local economy; To solicit or assist projects that substantially strengthen the local economy (through business stimulation; community & infrastructure development; sector development); To inspire and solicit creative (“outside the box”) solutions for issues at hand; To attract businesses and economic opportunities to the region; To assist in the creation and maintenance of a climate that fosters economic growth and viability.
The mission of the Cascade Chamber of Commerce is: to promote a vibrant business climate in the Cascade area; to serve our members, the community and visitors; and to foster a cohesive working relationship among political, educational and civic organizations locally and regionally.
The mission of the Valley County Republican Central Committee is to promote the Republican Philosophy, build and strengthen the Republican Party from the grassroots up, and elect Republican candidates. We meet every third Wednesday of each month at the Valley County Courthouse in Cascade at 6:30 pm. Public is welcome to attend.
The Edwards Mosquito Abatement District (EMAD) goal/responsibility is to protect the public health from mosquito-borne illnesses within the District. To implement an Integrated Pest Management Program in coordination with Federal, State and Local agencies. Operating in a environmentally safe, ecologically-sound and publicly accessible manner. We operate as a resource on mosquito biology, control, and prevention. With cooperation from the residents, the District will have a positive impact on the community.