Parma PD had an amazing time Back to School Shopping with some amazing kids at Shop with a Cop on Saturday at the Caldwell Walmart. Thank you so much to Canyon County Sheriffs Office and the Canyon County Law Enforcement Foundation for putting it all together. We our community!

Thank you to everyone who came out on Saturday and enjoyed National Night Out with the City of Parma, Parma Police Department and Parma Rural Fire & EMS. We had a blast and hope you did as well!!

Thank you Canyon County Dispatchers! We appreciate all you do!

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Spring is coming!

Open Burn will be from April 15,2021 to May 15, 2021

Due to questions raised and to clear up some confusion on previous burn bans due to COVID 19, here is a quick brief on fires and burning within our city limits. 

*City Ordinance does not allow for an open fire in the city limits without a burn permit except during OPEN BURN. 

*An enclosed fire pit or burn barrel is allowed for roasting marshmallows, burning paper, or small pieces of wood (natural items). 

*Safety measures are necessary anytime a fire is created or burning.  Please follow the below:

-Fire must be attended all the time it is burning.

-A source of water is available.

-The fire must be completely out upon leaving.

-If trouble is encountered, the fire department (911) must be called.

-No burning of animals, plastic articles, petroleum products, pathogenic products, tires or rubber products or hazardous wastes will be allowed.


If there is a County wide ban due to health concerns or air quality, the City of Parma falls under that same ban.  If you have questions on air quality and burning, contact Department of Environmental Air Quality (208-373-0313).


Please help us keep our community clean and safe!

Upcoming Events


National Police Officer Memorial Week

May 9-15th, 2021

Idaho Peace Officer's Memorial 

May 20, 2021

Wreath Ceremony

December 15th, 2021


Old Fort Boise Days

June 10-12th, 2021

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National Night Out

August 3rd, 2021



It is a public alert system most frequently used by safety organizations to alert individuals and businesses of an emergency or risk of danger by sending a recorded voice message to landline telephones and registered cellphones within a defined geographical area.

If you receive a message, it will notify you of an event that is occurring in your geographic area asking for assistance, advising a warning, or letting you know of action to be taken.



You can register your cell phone so you can receive the reverse 911 alerts in the future. To register you go to public.alertsense.com.  Can add using app store or google play.