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Wilder City Council

Meetings held on second Tuesday of each month - 6:00 P.M. - Wilder Council Chambers

Meeting Agendas and Minutes

November 10, 2016
December 13, 2016
January 10, 2017
February 14, 2017
March 14, 2017
April 11, 2017

May 9,2017
June 13, 2017
July 11, 2017
August 8, 2017
September 12, 2017
October 10, 2017
November 14, 2017
December 19, 2017
January 9, 2018
January 24, 2018 Special
February 13, 2018
March 13, 2018

Mayor Alicia Mora Almazan

Hello my name is Alicia Mora Almazan. I am so excited for my new position as Mayor of Wilder and the opportunity to represent the city. I have been involved with the city for many years in many ways. Wilder is the only city in Idaho that I have ever lived and that I can call my home. People here are so nice and considerate of each other always lending a helping hand. I have worked for the Wilder City Hall as a part-time clerk for almost three years now and I have learned a lot about how the city is run. I love to get involved in all city functions, meetings, volunteering for the Wilder Food Bank and helping people in every way that I can. I plan to get involved in every organization that will give me the opportunity to promote the city. Together we can make a difference and bring back the life and fun that our little town use to have. Please feel free to drop in and say hi. I will try to help you in any way I can, and if I canít help you I will find you someone who can.

Tila Godina - President

Tila Godina has been serving on the Wilder City Council from March 2002 to present. Tila was raised in Wilder and went through the Wilder School system. She is married to Juan Godina and has two children, who were also raised in Wilder. Tila has been active member of the Wilder Summer Recreation Program and is still active in this program even though her children are out of High School and in college. Tila is employed by Zions Bank.

Roger Howell

Born In Nebraska and lived in Wilder for the last 62 years. During that time, I spent 3 years in the Army, 15 years as a fireman for Wilder, 10 years as an EMT for Wilder, worked for the City of Wilder for 7 years and the Wilder School District for 11 years. I am currently working as a ditch rider for the Boise Project and have been working there for the past 15 years. At this time, I am in my 17th year as City Councilman for the City of Wilder. I have immensely enjoyed serving you people and our Community.

Lupe Garcia

Lupe has lived in the City of Wilder for over 50 years. I attended and graduated from Wilder High School. Prior to serving on the City Council I was a member of the Planning and Zoning Commission where I was instrumental in the development of the Transportation Master Plan, Comprehensive Plan and assisted with the Mitigation Plan. I have worked with economic development and have been an advisor to the City of Wilder on Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations.

Elena Villanueva

Elena has been appointed by Mayor Almazan to fill the Council seat of Ismael Fernandez for a term lasting until the next General City Election of 2017. Elena is a graduate of Wilder High School, Associate Degree of Political Science and American Government for the College of Western Idaho and holds a Bachelors Degree of Political Science from Boise State University. While attending CWI she became a Guardian Ad Litem (Child Advocate) for children who were rehomed by the state. Her job was to advocate for their safety and their integration back into their homes with their biological parents. Elena has called Wilder her home for her entire life and wants to be part of its continued growth and prosperity.