If you have questions about your utility bill, please call (208) 468-5711. Please note that no accounts will be shut off due to lack of payment for the foreseeable future. Payment plans can be arranged for customers financially impacted during this time.
While the Nampa Senior Center is closed, they are currently offering meals-to-go through a curbside service Monday through Friday. To order curbside meals, please call (208) 467-7266 beginning between 7 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. to reserve your meal. If the line is busy, please keep trying. Meals will be available for pickup Monday-Friday from 11:30am- 12:30pm for a suggested donation of $5 for those 60 and over, and a $6 charge for under 60.
The State of Idaho has shared residents may be eligible for public assistance for food, medical care, rent, and more by calling 1-877-456-1233 or visiting livebetteridaho.org to apply.
SALVATION ARMY NAMPA
Salvation Army Nampa: To prevent the spread of COVID-19, we have temporarily changed how we are serving our community in Nampa.
The Nampa Community Family Shelter will provide Grab & Go Lunch Monday - Friday starting March 18, 2020 at 1412 4th St. S. Nampa from 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM. The day resource center, laundry and shower services will be suspended for 2 weeks.
The seasonal Emergency Family Shelter will remain open for our housed residents for 2 extra weeks. To prevent the spread of COVID-19 social distancing policies have been implemented.
The Food Pantry will continue to distribute food boxes Monday - Thursday from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM at 403 12th Ave. S. Nampa. We are sanitizing hands at the door and will allow three people in the lobby at the time.
Our after school program is suspended until further notice. The Salvation Army is following guidance from the Nampa School District.
People seeking assistance will be served according to their need and The Salvation Army’s ability to help. For questions, please contact The Salvation Army Nampa office at 208-467-6586.
Idaho Department of Labor / Employment Resources
Information about Covid-19 (Coronavirus) and Unemployment Insurance
Unemployment insurance is a program for workers unemployed through no fault of their own and is not a paid sick leave program. An individual whose workplace is temporarily or permanently closed may file a claim for unemployment. In order to be eligible, the individual must be physically and mentally able to work and be available for work at the time of filing the claim.
Find frequently asked questions, a link to the Claimant Portal to file for unemployment benefits, claims line phone number and other resources on our COVID-19 web page.
If you have questions about Coronavirus, please visit coronavirus.idaho.gov.
Information specific to Canyon County can be found here.