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Emergency preparedness

Even in an quiet, slow paced community such as Dover, unexpected emergencies happen. This could be a spill of diesel fuel at the Long Bridge that may affect the Dover drinking water supply, or someone taking a fall while biking on the Dover-Sandpoint Trail. For the wide range of possible emergencies, it is the responsibility of the City of Dover as well as Bonner County and the State of Idaho to plan for all possible events and to keep residents informed as to what has happened and what is being done.


Office hours: Mon-Fri
9am - 4pm

699 Lakeshore Ave.
Dover, ID 83825-0115
Tel: (208) 265-8339
Fax: (208) 265-9035

City of Dover
PO Box 115
Dover, ID 83825-0115

Office hours: Mon-Fri
9:30 am-1pm, 1:30pm-4pm
Sat: 10am - 12:30 pm

Dover Idaho!

Photo of the historic Dover Community Hall

Dover is a small bedroom community with a storied history and a bright future.

Water and sewer

Water rates

Starting June 28th, 2016 – per Resolution No. 120, the City of Dover has a new water rate structure.

Parks and trails

Trails and Parks

An extensive network of trails that links Dover to the surrounding area.