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 of all the Highway Districts through dissemination and sharing of knowledge and ideas common to and for the benefit of all the Highway Districts in Kootenai County.
Lakes Highway District maintains various public roads in the Bayview, Dalton, Hayden, Hayden Lake, Avondale, Twin Lakes and Spirit Lake areas in Kootenai County, 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 262 road miles, to include, approximately 38 miles of gravel roadway. 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 currently consists of 3 commissioners, director of highways, deputy director of highways, secretary/treasurer, board secretary/ district clerk, receptionist and 14-maintenance personnel.