Malad

Everybody’s Hometown

Malad
Everybody’s Hometown
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Everybody’s Hometown
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The City of Malad

The City of Malad is the Oneida County seat and is well recognized for its rich heritage and tradition. The city is nestled snugly on the east side of the Malad Valley – thirteen miles from the Utah/Idaho border along Interstate 15.

The City of Malad is a community of approximately 2,303 residents with a “Home Town” atmosphere and where everyone knows each other by first names. It’s also a place where you will be greeted with friendly hello and smile.

The City of Malad offers comfortable living without the city headaches. Living in Malad offers a unique opportunity to experience the serenity and enjoyment of a country town. The total population of Oneida County, based on the 2022 U.S. Census, is 4,712, which includes small surrounding communities with the City of Malad being the only incorporated city.

Malad City

Upcoming Events

June 01

33rd Annual Malad Classic Car & Bike Show

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June 21 - 22

Rocky Mountain Mini Silky Fainting Goat Show

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June 28 - 30

18th Annual Malad Valley Welsh Festival

Malad Valley Welsh Committee

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July 03

Children's Parade, Malad Volunteer of the Year announcement, Malad's Got Talent

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July 04 - 06

Melodrama

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July 04

Fourth of July Events

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July 05

Street Dance with Rough Stock

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July 08

Melodrama

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July 19 - 20

Annual Samaria Days Celebration

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Departments And Pages

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New To Malad

New To Malad

Welcome to Malad City! We hope that through this website you can find information on services available. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Malad City Clerk at 208-766-4160.

Visitors Guide

Visitors Guide

We hope that as you visit our community you will feel welcome. On this site, you will find amenities available.
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Outdoor Activities

Activities

Most activities are held at the Malad City Park & Greenbelt. Oneida County Recreation provides activities for youngsters throughout the year. The LeGrande Aqua Plunge is open during the summer months. We also have areas near the city for hiking, biking, snowmobiling, fishing and hunting.
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Police

Police

Malad City contracts with Oneida County for law enforcement, with Sheriff Arne Jones and his deputies and dispatch located at the Oneida County Courthouse. Malad City also has a Code Enforcement Officer who enforces the city’s ordinances.

Library

Library

The Oneida County Library was named as the Idaho Library of the Year in 2021. They offer many programs, including preschool, teen and adult programs, computer and iPad use, and many other services, including photocopying, fax and scanning.
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Hospital

Hospital

The Nell J. Redfield Memorial Hospital is a Critical Access Hospital. The hospital building also houses a Long-Term Care Facility. Their services include Medical Clinic, Emergency Department, Oncology, Physical Therapy, Radiology and many others.
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Health Department

Health Department

Southeastern Idaho Public Health has an office in Malad City, which is open Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. They provide clinical services, including vaccinations; community and environmental health information and WIC.

School District

School District

Oneida School District #351 oversees five schools, Malad High School, Malad Middle School, Malad Elementary School, Stone Elementary, and the Idaho Home Learning Academy.

Museum

Museum

Located at 27 Bannock Street, the Oneida County Relic Preservation and Historical Society oversees the Oneida Pioneer Museum, which is located in the historic R.B. Davis Drug Store and Boarding House built in 1914. The Davis Family gifted the building to the museum in 2012. It displays many local treasures.
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Doing Business

Doing Business

Malad City supports both small to large businesses to meet the needs of its residents, surrounding communities, and the region. There are several home-run businesses in Malad, some very unique to the area. The Malad Area Chamber of Commerce is just reorganizing after the COVID pandemic. Learn More Learn More
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City Council

City Council

Members of the Malad City Council serve the entire community and not districts. Council members are elected at-large, on a non-partisan basis for a term of four years, with staggering terms. Each council member has specific assignments for which they are responsible.
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Events

Events

Maladites like to have fun, and they enjoy celebrating their history, as evidenced by two very popular events held during the year – a fun-filled July 4 and The Malad Valley Welsh Festival. Find out what other events are held during the year.
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Malad City

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Lost and Found from last Summer from Malad City Park. Located at Malad City Hall, 59 Bannock Street ... See MoreSee Less
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lnkiy.in/MaladCityPickballMalad City Recreation is having Adult Pickleball and Youth Pickleball Leagues. Adults will be the Month of May, on Monday and Thursday Evenings. There will be Drills and Games. There are three different category's - Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced Players. The cost for adults is $40. The Youth will be the month of June. Cost will be $35. This is for Beginners - AdvancedTo sign up, you can use the link or go to the city office to fill out a form. ... See MoreSee Less
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Does anyone recognize this jacket? It was left at the Oneida Pioneer Museum. It can be picked up at Malad City Hall, 59 Bannock Street. ... See MoreSee Less
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Malad City Recreation is offering Adult and Youth Pickleball League Program. See the attached QR Code link. Paper Registeration is also available at Malad City Hall, 59 Bannock Street. ... See MoreSee Less
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Remember the Small Business classes on Tuesday, April 16, from 2:00 to 5:00 at the Oneida County Annex Building, 60 North 100 West. Free, and refreshments will be served! ... See MoreSee Less
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Summer help at Malad City. Apply at Malad City Hall, 59 Bannock Street. 16 or older. ... See MoreSee Less
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Parents, take advantage of this Love & Logic Parenting course taught by Nicole Daniels and Cierra Potter! ... See MoreSee Less
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Join your University of Idaho Extension for these educational opportunities! ... See MoreSee Less
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Grateful for the dedication and courage of our law enforcement officers on Law Enforcement Appreciation Day! Your commitment to keeping our communities safe does not go unnoticed. Thank you for your service! ... See MoreSee Less
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The landfill will be closed on Dec.23 - 25. Collections for Monday will be collected on Tuesday. All other collection days will remain as regularly scheduled. Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and safe travels. ... See MoreSee Less
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