City Council

Ashton City Council

The Ashton City Council invites the public to the monthly meetings and encourages participation in local government.

How the Council is Elected and Establish Policies

Four Council members, elected with no party affiliation, make up the City Council. They are elected to four-year overlapping terms as part-time officials. Terms are staggered, and elections are held every two years.

The Ashton City Pool 

City Pool

The Ashton City Pool will reopen in June for the 2019 season. 

Swimming lesson sign up and opening dates will be posted here as soon as possible.

Thank you for supporting the Ashton City Pool!

Swimming Lessons Sign-ups

Police Department

Ashton, Idaho Police Department

Ashton P.D. is dispatched through the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office. Call (208) 624-4482 to report a crime or if an emergency call 911. May also contact and Ashton P.D. officer by calling (208) 652-3987 Extension 14 for the Chief or extension 16 for Detective Owens. You may also stop by the Ashton Police Dept. office located on the east side of the Ashton city building.

Busy Summer

Busy Summer

The City will start to be a busy place this week! Phase II of the City's Wastewater Improvement Project will begin with work on Main Street and Spruce Street. Sewer pipe will be updated in several areas around the City. Watch for posts about work in your area.

The City Park Project is continuing with work on the landscaping at the pool, pavement on the walking path and the completion of the project early this summer.

The City of Ashton has a short season to complete these projects and your patience is appreciated.

Garbage Holidays

Schedule of Garbage Holidays

The schedule of garbage holidays (no garbage pickup) are as follows:



New Years Day

Memorial Day

4th of July

Labor Day

In the event that the holiday is on the weekend, garbage pickup will not be affected.

City Job Opening

City Public Works/Parks & Rec Department

The City of Ashton will be accepting applications for the position of City Public Works/Parks & Recreation Employee until the position is filled.  Successful applicants should have experience with the maintenance and operation of machines and equipment and be physically able to perform strenuous tasks.  Drinking water, waste water, applicator and CDL licensing will be required with training provided.  This is a full-time position with benefits and a starting wage of $16-17 per hour depending on experience.