Beginning January 2021, the District has contracted with Boise City Planning Development Services for Plan Review and Inspection Services. See the Boise City Planning Development Services website for instructions on how to submit for Plan Reviews and Permits electronically.
The Whitney Fire Protection District is a tax district created pursuant to Idaho Code, Title 31 Counties and County Law, Chapter 14 Fire Protection Districts. The District is responsible for the protection of property against fire and the preservation of life and for the enforcement of any of the fire codes or other rules adopted by the Idaho State Fire Marshal. The Whitney Fire Protection District was established in 1947 by a vote of the people living within the boundaries of the proposed district. A three member elected Board of Fire Commissioners governs the District. The Commissioners each represent a sub-district and serve a four year term with the terms being staggered. The District encompasses approximately 18 square miles in Ada County with the majority of the area within the Boise City Area of Impact and is predominantly residential. The District serves approximately 21,500 people.