Lakes Highway District load limits are in effect throughout our district. The latest changes were made on Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2020. Click here for more information.

Tuesday, January 28, 2020 - 2020 Census

The 2020 Census began on Jan. 21 in rural Alaska, and households throughout the U.S. will start to receive documents regarding the census in March, according the Census Bureau. Lawmakers use data and information from the census to make decisions regarding funding for a variety of government services, including road systems. Participation in the census count is important to account for and record the growth in our area over the past 10 years.

Find more information about the 2020 Census here and on the Census Bureau website here

Monday, May 19, 2014 - ADOPT-A-HIGHWAY PROGRAM

 Lakes Highway District has adopted the Adopt-A-Highway Program.  For more information please contact the District Office at (208)772-7527.


Lakes Highway District

11341 N. Ramsey Road
Hayden, Idaho 83835
 Ordinance: Do not plow across roads

Click here to see LHD Ordinance 2019-01.


Lakes Highway District load limits are in effect. The latest changes to posted road were made Wednesday, Jan. 29. Click here for more information.

Lakes Highway District - Hayden, Idaho

The Lakes Highway District was formed in May of 1971 as a result of the consolidation of the Kootenai County Road Department and four individual highway districts: Belmont, Bench, Dalton and Hayden Lake. As part of the consolidation in 1971, Lakes Highway District along with East Side, Worley and Post Falls Highway District formed an association named the Associated Highway Districts of Kootenai County, Idaho. The purpose of this organization is for the betterment of the secondary highway system in Kootenai County through cooperation, sharing of knowledge and ideas common to and for the benefit of the four Highway Districts in Kootenai County.

Lakes Highway District maintains the rural county roads in the areas surrounding Coeur d'Alene, Dalton, Hayden, Hayden Lake, Avondale, Twin Lakes, Spirit Lake and Bayview, Idaho. The District Boundaries generally lay north of Best Avenue in Coeur d’Alene up to the Bonner County line, east of State Highway 41 and north of the Rathdrum City Limits. The District maintains approximately 567 lane miles of road within its jurisdiction. View Lakes Highway District Map

The Lakes Highway District is an equal opportunity employer with the office being located at 11341 N. Ramsey Road, near the Coeur d’Alene Airport. District personnel consists of three commissioners, director of highways, deputy director of highways, clerk, treasurer, permit coordinator/receptionist and 16 maintenance personnel.

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