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Call the non-emergency dispatch phone number (208-465-2257) to report your dog as lost. Give a description of the dog to dispatch. Post on Craigslist Boise in the Lost and found section, as well as on various forms of social media, such as Facebook lost and found pet pages, and NextDoor Neighbor. Make sure you leave a contact numbers and list the area that the dog was lost from. Contact the West Valley Humane Society (208-455-5920) to file a lost dog report, and go there to see if your dog has been brought in.
Property damaged by a pet is generally considered negligence, rather than criminal, and thus payment to repair damage is a civil matter. If you fear the neighbor’s dog(s) getting into your yard, try fortifying your side of the fence to prevent them from doing so. Animal Control can also discuss options with your neighbors on ways to keep their dog(s) on their property. Until a dog has actually left its yard or injured another animal or human, charges generally are not able to be brought against its owner, i.e. no criminal laws have been broken.
Nampa City Code 6-2-20A(h) states that only two dogs over the age of six months are permitted per house in the City of Nampa. If you desire to own more than two dogs, you will have to apply for a Kennel License at Nampa City Hall Planning and Zoning (411 3rd St S; 208-468-5484).
When Animal Control picks up a dog, we scan it for a microchip. If the dog has a chip and the information is current, we try to bring the dog home. If the dog has no form of identification on it, we bring it to the West Valley Humane Society (5801 Graye Ln, Caldwell). The shelter will hold on to the dog for a set number of days, giving the owners a chance to claim the dog, before putting it up for adoption.
No. It is the responsibility of the dog owner to take their dog to the Shelter and sign it over, i.e. owner surrender.
When you have located the address of the barking dogs, contact Nampa Animal Control and we can go out and talk to the dog owner to suggest ways to fix the problem. If it is an ongoing issue, the following is required in order for someone to sign a citation for nuisance noise (Nampa code 6-2-24):
There is no limit to how many cats a person may own in the City of Nampa. If you are having nuisance cat problems, Animal Control suggests to rent or buy a humane trap to trap cats, on your own property
All dogs within Nampa city limits are required to have a Nampa City Dog License (per City Ordnance 6-2-20). There are discounts for Senior Citizens (over 65 years of age), if the dog is microchipped, and if the dog is spayed/neutered. Evidence is required to show proof that the discount option has been met. I.E., driver's license or legal I.D., veterenarian records showing spay/neuter, and rabies vaccination status. All dogs in Nampa are requiered to have a current rabies vaccination.
Note: underground electric fences do not qualify as an enclosure/fence under the definition of “enclosure” in Nampa Ordnance (Definitions: 6-2-1).
To report a barking dog problem, please refer to our Barking Dog Report Form. The form will ask for some information to help us identify the dog, it's location, and whether the incident would qualify as a violation of the city ordinance. Additionally, you may choose whether you want a warning, or a citation issued. Should you wish to pursue a citation, additional information and evidence will be required, and that required information is included on the Barking Dog Report Form.You will also be required to testify in court, should the matter go to court, as Idaho State law states an officer's peace cannot be disturbed, so we have to have a complaining party to pursue a citation.
To report an abandoned vehicle, please call the abandoned vehicle line, at 208-468-7916, and provide the location, vehicle type and color, license plate number and why you feel it has been abandoned. The CSO's or volunteers will then come out and verify it is abandoned, and tag it for removal.
The Nampa Police Department does have one meeting room on the ground floor, which is open to use by the public, and may be reserved for public events. Due to demand for all of the meeting/training rooms in the building, effective March 1st, 2018, we will begin to charge for use of our public meeting room (Baker room, off the lobby). The room has a maximum occupancy of 65, but 50 or less is recommended, for comfort and the use of tables. The cost for use of the room will be $25 for up to a half day (1-4 hours), and $50 for a full day (4-8 hours). For more information, or to reserve the room, contact Aysha Newell, at 208-468-5645, or email at email@example.com.
NPD can provide limited criminal records releases. That information only includes City of Nampa Police Department contacts, and will not include any criminal records for incidents which occurred outside the City of Nampa. Records can be only released, on and to, the party requesting them, and I.D. is required for release. NPD can also conduct fingerprinting for bond licensing, and limited foreign travel purposes. See the Records Hours & Rates page for associated costs, and contact information.
More extensive records may also be obtained through the Idaho State Police Bureau of Criminal Identification.
Note: State Highways, the Interstate, and on or off ramps are the responsibility of the Idaho Transportation Department or the Nampa Highway District.