Welcome to the Post Falls Highway District
POST FALLS HIGHWAY DISTRICT (PFHD) is a public entity responsible for the maintenance and construction of secondary roads in the northwest portion of Kootenai County, located in Northern Idaho. The District is administered by a three-member Board of Commissioners. Post Falls Highway District is divided into three sub-districts, and each sub-district is represented by an elected Commissioner. PFHD has created this site to provide information to the general public regarding the operations and activities of the Highway District.
SUB DISTRICT 3
SUB DISTRICT 1
W. TODD TONDEE
SUB DISTRICT 2
Post Falls Highway District (PFHD) Facts
- Formed - PFHD was formed in May 1971. It was formerly the Pleasant View Highway District.
- Legal Authority - Based upon the laws of the State of Idaho under Title 40 of the Idaho Code.
- Area - Approximately 130 sq. miles
- Miles of Roadway Maintained - 191.193
- Bridges Maintained - Spokane Street Bridge, Harbor Island
- Culverts Maintained - Approximately 550
- Number of Signs - Approximately 2,521
- Funding - Ad valorem (property taxes); federal aid; State funding sources (sales tax and highway user fees); permit fees. Funding sources still received but which have severely diminished are interest income and forest reserve funds, aka Craig-Wyden or Secure Schools Act). Funding options include foregone tax monies; asset sales; impact fees; and Local Improvement Districts (LID's).
- There are 7 cities located within the PFHD that share the District's property tax base.
- Population - According to the 2010 U.S. Census, total population within the jurisdictional boundaries of Post Falls Highway District is 54,224 with 10,844 of those in the unincorporated area.
- Registered Voters - According to Kootenai County Elections Office, as of January 14, 2015, the number of registered voters in the Post Falls Highway District is 25,399. Number of voters in May 19, 2015 election - 3,791.