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Last Chance for Discounted Hotel Rooms!

Have you made your hotel reservations for the IAC Annual Conference? If not, act now to get the discounted group rates listed below!

  • Residence Inn by Marriott Boise/Downtown: Please call 208.424.9999 to make your reservations and receive the group rate of $144.00 a night. Reservations must be made by August 31st. After that, the hotel may not be able to honor the special rate. Make your reservations online here.
  • The Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown: Please call 208.331.1900 to make your reservations and receive the group rate of $144.00 a night. Reservations must be made by September 3rd. After that, the hotel may not be able to honor the special rate.
  • The Safari Inn Downtown: Please call 208.344.6556 to make your reservations and receive the group rate of $104.00 a night for a queen and $119.00 a night for one king or two queens. Reservations must be made by September 4th. After that, the hotel may not be able to honor the special rate.

We’ve got so many great workshops at this year’s conference – take a sneak peek at three we’re offering:

Safety – What You Don’t See, or Think About, Can Hurt You! How Your Brain Makes You Blind to Risk

In this session, Idaho Power will look at safety issues that you might not have even known existed!

You are not Alone: Cybersecurity Resources for Local Governments

Whether or not they know it, Local Governments throughout the United States are consistently facing varied cyber threats from many different sources. We will explore these threats and the actors behind them, including elections security and then discuss free resources available through the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC) to any local government in the U.S. As the DHS designated and funded key cybersecurity resource for SLTT governments, the MS-ISAC is always available to provide assistance and information.

LHTAC & Local Transportation Funding Options

LHTAC will be discussing local transportation funding options highlighting the two new programs, Local Strategic Initiatives and Children Pedestrian Safety. There will also be discussion regarding the local bridge crisis.

 

Questions?

Contact IAC staff at 208-345-9126 and we’re happy to help!

Ready to get registered?

Visit our registration page for details on pricing, hotel accommodations, and registration.