City Hall


606 Maple Street
PO Box 367
Nezperce, ID 83543
County Seat of Lewis County, Idaho
Tel: 208-937-1021
Fax: 208-937-0116
Hours: Monday-Friday
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

 Mayor: Tyler Nelson

Councilman: Mike Jensen

                Councilman: James Zenner                                 

                 Councilwoman: Kimberly Ingram 

Councilman Kelby Heartburg


                   City Clerk/Treasurer: Rhonda Schmidt

City Maintenance Department
Located at:

504 5th Ave., Nezperce
Hours: Monday-Friday 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Tel: 208-937-2652

Craig Cardwell, Supervisor

New Water Billing:
The new utilities billing ordinance is now in effect for the City of Nezperce.
The old bill had a 90 day shut off period for late payment – the new ordinance has a 45-day shut off period.
When a payment is missed for one month – the FULL amount (past due and current bill) is due by the next deadline.
Any questions, please contact Nezperce City Hall.

Large Garbage Dumpsters
The dumpsters by the Nezperce School may be used. The brown dumpster is for household garbage and the white dumpster is for yard debris.
If you are doing a construction project, you are required to get your own dumpster.
If anyone needs assistance in removing large items from their yard, please contact City Hall.
Also, if anyone would like to help pick up garbage along the roads, safety vests, bags and signage are needed and City Hall can help you get these.
Thank you for your cooperation and let’s make Nezperce look as good as possible all year round.

Dog Tags (Annually):
Dog Tags are available  at Nezperce City Hall. Dog tags must be purchased each year at a cost of – $5 first dog; $10 second dog and $15 third dog.

Gazebo or the Performance Stage in Memorial Park:
If interested in holding an event/activity that involves the gazebo or performance stage in Memorial Park – Please contact Nezperce City Hall to make sure no one else has something planned.

City Hall is closed the following Holidays 2024:
January 1, New Years Day

January 15, Human Rights Day
February 19, Presidents Day
May 27, Memorial Day
July 4, Independence Day
September 2, Labor Day
October 14, Columbus Day/Ingenious People Day
November 11, Veterans Day
November 28 & 29, Thanksgiving
December 25, Christmas


Former Mayor Steve A. Bateman