There are several important meetings coming up in several Idaho towns. In the City of Troy a meeting will take place on June 24th, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. This meeting is to discuss possible changes to the cities current firearms ordinances which are in violation of state law. Passed in the 1960’s, the ordinances are outdated and in contradiction to preemption that was passed in 2008. One ordinance prohibits the
The Idaho Second Amendment Alliance has received several new updates today (May 15th, 2015) in regards to our Preemption Project. For details on our project click on the “Legislative Efforts” tab and select “Preemption Project”. The city of Soda Springs has an ordinance forbidding the discharge of firearms within city limits. An exception is made for police officers acting in the line of duty but no exception exists for citizens
There are several City Council Meetings upcoming that we need citizens to attend to show support for ordinance changes. As the ISAA continues its efforts to get city and county codes in alignment with state law, we need citizens to back us up. There are three upcoming meetings and if you live in one of these towns, or know someone who does, please attend. 1. Bonners Ferry: Tuesday, April 21st,
We are pleased to announce that the city of Kuna has updated a firearms ordinance that was in violation of state law. Kuna’s ordinance prohibited firearms from a public skate park which is a violation of Idaho’s preemption statute. The Idaho Second Amendment Alliance sent them a letter several months ago asking them to update the ordinance and bring it in compliance. This brings the total number of municipalities that
The Idaho Second Amendment Alliance sent a letter to the city of Wilder several months ago notifying them that their firearms ordinance was in violation of state law. We have been working with them ever since on a solution. We are happy to announce that Wilder has repealed the ordinance altogether and their code is now in line with Idaho statute. This brings the total number of cities/counties that have
The Idaho Second Amendment Alliance is pleased to announce that the City of Cottonwood has changed its firearms ordinance to better align with Idaho’s preemption statute. We sent Cottonwood a letter several months ago and they have been very cooperative in amending their ordinance. This brings the total number of cities/counties that have updated ordinances or removed signage to 20. There are 17 other cities we are in contact with
The ISAA is happy to announce that the Priest River City Council has approved an amended firearms ordinance. The new ordinance is now in compliance with Idaho’s preemption law. Please see our “Preemption Project” tab for more details on our project and the status of other cities around Idaho.
The ISAA has sent letters to the following counties: Cassia County Fremont County Washington County These counties have ordinances that are in violation of Idaho’s preemption law. Please see the Preemption Project tab for further details on these counties and other counties that we have sent letters to. Our goal is to help all Idaho municipalities come into compliance with the preemption law by working with them to update these
Twin Falls County Commissioners have voted unanimously to overturn their firearm’s ordinance which was in violation of Idaho’s preemption law. This marks a great victory for the people of Twin Falls County. We commend the commissioners for upholding their oath to follow and protect the Constitution. It is votes like this that help keep Idaho a great place to live.
Attention Coeur d’Alene Residents, This coming Monday (August 25th, 2014) at 12:00 p.m. the City Council General Services Meeting will take place. Part of the discussion will revolve around Coeru d’Alene firearms ordinances that are in violation of Idaho’s State Preemption Law. We have sent them a letter requesting that changes be made to make their ordinances current with Idaho State law.We ARE expecting opposition to the changes from the City