Resident Resources


The City of Cascade provides water and sewer service to city residents. To report a water or sewer problem call City Public Works at 208.382.4279.


  • Standard telephone service is provided by Ziply Fiber at 208.634.6100.
  • Numerous companies offer cell phone plans.

Internet & TV

Gas & Electric

  • Idaho Power supplies electricity, contact them at 800.488.6151.
  • Numerous companies offer propane and heating oil.

Garbage Collection


The Cascade Golf Course includes an 9-hole course with 4 sets of tees set up to play eighteen holes with a different shot to the green on each round.  For more information contact 208.382.4653.


The City of Cascade is home to Cascade Medical Center, located at 402 Lake Cascade Parkway.  The Medical Center provides 24×7 emergency care and inpatient care.  Physical Therapy is offered Monday through Friday.  The primary health clinic is open Monday through Friday for scheduled appointments, and Monday through Saturday for walk-ins.  You can reach the clinic at 208.382.4285.


The Cascade Public Library is open Monday – Friday 11:00 am – 5:30 pm.  Closed on weekends.  Along with books, periodicals, CDs, video tapes, and DVDs to loan; the library has many outreach and children’s programs.  For more information, call 208.382.4757. The library is located at 105 N. Front Street.


The Cascade School District consists of an Elementary School and Cascade Jr-Sr High School that share the same campus located conveniently in town. With a total enrollment of 260 students, students receive much individualized attention.

The Alzar School offers academic semesters for motivated high school sophomores and juniors. These semesters immerse students in a rigorous, challenging educational setting that emphasizes leadership training.


Dial 911 for emergencies. Law enforcement services are contracted through the Valley County Sheriff’s Department, for non emergency assistance call 208.382.7150.


​Cascade has an array of public parks offering recreation opportunities, social gathering areas, and opportunities for solitude.

​Cascade Aquatic and Recreation Center

​​The SVCRD sincerely thanks everyone that supported the dream of the Cascade Aquatic and Recreation Center!  The facility is now OPEN!  They offer swimming programs, gym facility, youth and sports programs of all varieties, personal training options, and more.  For more information contact 208.382.5136.


With four distinct seasons each having its own unique quality Cascade, Idaho provides opportunity for an active, engaging lifestyle for residents and visitors alike. It is hard to imagine a better setting than Cascade especially if you love great scenic beauty, fresh mountain air, warm friendly people and unlimited recreational activities.  Contact the Cascade Chamber for more information or to help strengthen our community by joining the chamber.


The Cascade Building Department handles building permit requests and code compliance. For more information call Darryl Shepard, Building Inspector, at 208.382.4279 or email


The Cascade Planning Department handles zoning issues. For more information call 208.382.4279.


These links are being provided as possible resources for our local military families and veterans: American Legion and Idaho Department of Veteran Affairs.  For relocation assistance with home services reach out to


Mountain Community Transit – Green Line – offers transit service between Cascade and McCall, call  (208) 634-0003 for more information, or visit web:

S.W. Idaho Transit offers transportation services to seniors & disabled individuals in rural Idaho, call (208) 365-4461 or (800) 273-4462 for more information, or visit web:

SUBSTANCE ABUSE is a community organization dedicated to empowering people suffering from substance abuse addiction with tools and resources to start their personal journey toward recovery.


University of Idaho Extension provides unbiased, locally relevant, research-based programs. It aims to keep communities globally competitive and meet local needs.

The UI Extension, Valley County office is a small single educator office. They provide programming support in these areas:

  • 4-H Youth Development
  • Community Development
  • Agriculture and Horticulture
  • Idaho Master Gardener Program

Please visit the University of Idaho Extension website for more information.



WICAP is home to an emergency food pantry available to anyone in need of food.  WICAP offers many other services to income-qualifying families and individuals such as LIHEAP Energy Assistance Program and CSBG Community Block Grants that support a variety of programs from emergency, temporary housing to emergency firewood assistance.  208-382-4577.



We celebrated 100 years on July 17, 2017. Explore our history and resilience over the last 100 years in the official Centennial Magazine.