Hayden Lake

City By The Lake
Photo montage: a girl looking a flowers, an iron park bench amid fallen autumn leaves, a family holding hands and walking in a park, and a dim sunset



LID 7A PAYMENTS- cannot be paid online.  Please do not combine this payment with your sewer billing.




Payments can be paid by mail or at the district office, 9393 North Strahorn Road, Hayden Lake, Idaho, 83835, or you may drop your payment in the payment drop box at the front door.




We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. 


Please call the district office at (208) 772-4379, if you have any questions, or would like to request a payoff.





The Hayden Lake Recreational Water and Sewer District has changed the name to HAYDEN LAKE SEWER DISTRICT.  The District no longer meets the requirements to be a “recreational” sewer District.


Please make all checks to the District payable to the Hayden Lake Sewer District.



The recent fee increase of $18.00 on the O & M (operations and maintenance) bill you receive every two months is only for the O & M bill.


The LID7A annual bill schedule will begin February 15, 2018 when you will receive your first invoice in the amount of $256.81 with payment due by March 15, 2018.  This bill is a yearly bill and will be sent to you every February 15th.


The Hayden Lake Sewer District Board meet twice a month, the second Wednesday at 9:00 a.m. and the fourth Wednesday at 4:00 p.m.  These meetings are open to the public.


LID 7A Payments ONLY

The pre-payment period for LID 7A has closed. The annual installment billing will be sent in February 2018. Please call the office at 208-772-4379 if you have any questions or would like to request a payoff. 




Notice is hereby given that the Hayden Lake Recreational Water and Sewer District (“District”) will hold a public hearing to consider any and all comments on a proposal to change the legal designation of the District from a “Recreational” water and sewer district under Idaho Code sections 42-3202A and 3202B, to conform to its new classification by omitting references to “Recreational”. The reason for the proposed change is that the District no longer meets the criteria of a recreational sewer district.  The District is also proposing to change its name and omit any reference to being a water district because the District no longer provides water services.  The legal designation and name changes sought will reclassify the “Hayden Lake Recreational Water and Sewer District” to the “Hayden Lake Sewer District”.  Additionally, recreational sewer districts permit those who own land within the District to vote in its elections, even where the property owners are not residents of the District.  Changing the legal classification from recreational to non-recreational status would permit only residents of the District to vote in District elections.  The public hearing will be held at the Hayden Lake Recreational Water and Sewer District Office at 9393 N. Strahorn Rd., Hayden Lake, Idaho on Wednesday, June 28, 2017 at 4:00 p.m.



LID Newsletter:

In November 2012, the Hayden Lake Recreational Water and Sewer District held a public hearing to discuss the proposed LID #7A in an amount of $10.4 million. As a result of concerns voiced at this hearing and received in writing, the District Board reduced the project scope and cost (eliminating the majority of the collection system improvements). This newsletter will discuss (1) the outcome of the 2012 LID #7A, (2) the proposed method of financing for the sewer collection system improvements, and (3) an upcoming hearing to discuss the collection system funding mechanisms. Read the entire newsletter and view pictures below.

9393 N. Strahorn Rd, Hayden Lake, Idaho 83835 -- 208.772.2161