TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KLIX)-The City of Twin Falls will  host a Twin Falls City Fair from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, July 13 at the temporary City Hall located at 103 Main Ave. East — at the intersection of Main Avenue and Shoshone Street. The fair will again provide an opportunity for citizens to learn more about the latest developments in their local government.

City staff and elected officials will be available to answer questions and discuss new developments that include: new developments in parks and community planning; updates on the implementation of Body Worn Cameras on officers with the Twin Falls Police Department; results from the biennial citizen survey; and updates on the new City Hall, Public Safety Campus, Downtown Commons, and the Urban Renewal Agency’s Main Avenue Redesign.

Twin Falls City Fair started in 2015 to provide a venue where the community could learn more about their local government, and to communicate directly with city staff and elected officials on timely and relevant issues. The Fairs are held in conjunction with Twin Falls Tonight Concert series — a community tradition in Downtown Twin Falls — that hosts live music, as well as a variety of food and beverages from local vendors.

For more information about the City Fair, please contact the City of Twin Falls Public Information Office at 208-735-7312.