3395 E. Leihm Ln, Idaho Falls, ID 83401
Hours 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. M - F
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3395 Leihm Lane, Idaho Falls, ID 83401
A Little History.....
The Iona Bonneville Sewer District was organized in 1973 following petition to the District Court of the Seventh Judicial District of the State of Idaho in and for the County of Bonneville. The court findings declared the Iona Bonneville Sewer District to be "a governmental subdivision of the State of Idaho and a body corporate with all the powers of a public quasi-municipal corporation." As such, the Iona Bonneville Sewer District serves a public use and promotes the health, safety, prosperity, security and general welfare of the inhabitants of its District (Idaho Code Section 42 -3201) through the protection of the area's aquifer. To this end, the Iona Bonneville Sewer District has developed and maintains a system for the collection, transmission, and disposal of sewage within its boundaries for domestic, commercial, industrial and other such uses and purposes for which said system may be used.
How was the district formed and how is it governed?
The Iona Bonneville Sewer District receives its operating authority from Idaho State Code, Chapter 32, Sections 42-3212 through 42-3238. The District was formed in 1973 in response to a need for central sewer service. An elected Board of Directors governs the District. The Board meets on the third Wednesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. in the district office. All meetings are open to the public. Current Agendas and Meeting Minutes are available on the District's website.
How is our sewer treated?
Residences and businesses located in the District's service area discharge wastewater into the IBSD collection system, a series of interconnected pipes that convey wastewater to the City of Idaho Falls wastewater treatment plant located south of Sunnyside Road near the Snake River. The District contracts with the City of Idaho Falls for wastewater treatment.
What is the monthly fee for sewer service?
A residential unit pays a flat fee of $29.00 per month. Commercial accounts may pay more depending upon the size and type of business.
What method of payment can I use to pay my sewer bill?
Payments in the form of cash, check, money order, credit or debit can be made at the IBSD office located at 3395 Leihm Lane.
Check payments can be mailed to our office address or delivered to the drop box located in the parking area in front of the IBSD building.
You may also pay your bill online by selecting the Xpress Bill Pay icon on this website. There is no charge to use this method of payment. Xpress Bill Pay allows you to manage your account, set up recurring payments and to receive your bill electronically.
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