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    City of Moscow Fire Officials Announce Fall Burning Season

    City of Moscow Fire Officials have announced a fall burning season will be Oct. 22 – Nov. 8. Open burning is allowed for garden waste, tree trimmings, and brush only. Read on...
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    Artwalk Season Opens with October 21 Event

    The City of Moscow and Moscow Arts Commission announced the opening of the 2021-2022 Artwalk season, Thurs., Oct. 21 from 4-8 p.m. Read on...
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    Moscow Farmers Market unveils teasers of new graphics

    The City of Moscow is excited to introduce new program graphics to the community which will visually represent the Moscow Farmers Market! Read on...
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    Moscow Farmers Market ends 2021 season festively!

    The 2021 season of the Moscow Farmers Market ends on Sat., Oct. 30. To celebrate, the Market is hosting a self-directed Halloween Costume Contest. Read on...
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    Moscow Mayor Bill Lambert issues Advisory Proclamation

    Bill Lambert, Mayor of the City of Moscow, Idaho, issued an advisory proclamation on Sep. 24, 2021, encouraging community members and businesses to do their part to help prevent and reduce the spread of COVID-19. Read on...
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    Citizen’s Police Academy

    The Moscow Police Department (MPD) will be holding its 20th Annual Citizen Police Academy from Jan. 12 to Mar. 30, 2022. Read on...
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    City of Moscow Reinstates Late Fee and Shut-Offs for Utility Services

    On Jul. 19, 2021, City Council directed staff to resume collections and reinstate late fees and shut-offs for past-due utility bill accounts. Any late fees assessed at this point or potential shut-offs pertain to the billings from Mar. 2021 to current. Read on...
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    Mayor Urges Vaccinations

    Mayor Bill Lambert stated that he recognizes that some individuals have chosen not to get the COVID-19 vaccine. The City of Moscow continues to monitor COVID concerns in the community. Currently the surge in the Delta variant is of significant concern. Read on...
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