Page updated April 5, 2020
Lower Johnson Creek Road
East Fork of the South Fork – watch for rocks
Roads Closed to wheeled vehicles:
Upper Johnson Creek at Landmark
Quartz Creek Road
Golden Gate Road
Sugar Creek Road
Yellow Pine Tavern Closed until further notice.
March 22 – Boil water order issued
March 25 – Statewide Stay Home order issued
March 28 – Lower South Fork Salmon River closed to rafting
Spring Rx Burns postponed
(no events scheduled)
Idaho governor issues statewide 21-day stay at home order (link)
Boil Water Order March 22nd
Boil Order Advisory Notice for immediate distribution. This notice should be sent to all customers as well as posted in public places such as the Tavern and the Post Office etc.
Boil Water Advisory Notice Starting on 3-22-2020
Boil Your Water Before Using
Bring tap water to a rolling boil, boil for one minute, and cool before using or use bottled water. Boiled or bottled water should be used for drinking, making ice, washing dishes, brushing teeth, and preparing food until further notice.
This Boil Water Advisory Notice applies to The Yellow Pine Water System
After the turbidity of the treated water has fallen below then required limit, the boil advisory can be lifted. I anticipate that it will take just a few days to meet both criteria.
Yellow Pine Tavern is closed due to COVID-19 fears
Tavern will be closed til further notice. Will have gas available as well as take out beer, pop, candy, chips, pizza. Call 208 739-7086 or go to 355 Yellow Pine Ave. House across street from the Tavern next to the Silver Dollar.
South Fork Road Restrictions
The load restrictions on the South Fork Salmon River Road start Monday 3/23. They will stay in effect until the subgrade has dried out and the roadway can support standard loading.
Lower South Fork Salmon River Closed to Rafting March 28 – June 30
The Lower South Fork of the Salmon River corridor begins at the confluence with the Secesh River, and ends at the confluence with the Salmon River. This segment of the corridor is approximately 37 miles long and extends from the low water mark on either side of the river only. This area does not include any land outside of the low water mark within each river corridor.
Spring Rx Burning – Postponed
Areas planned in the Bald Hill Project will be from Reegan Creek east to the ridge west of Boulder Creek, including adjacent to Eiguren Ranch and nearby properties. We may also burn the south and east facing slopes between Quartz Creek and Profile Creek.
Yellow Pine Fire Protection District Community Service Notice
The purpose of this letter is to show how you as a Yellow Pine Resident can help protect your structure against a wildland fire by being “Fire Wise.”
Link to: 20190724 Yellow Pine Fire Protection mitigation.doc
Alpine Village (208) 633-6208 Facebook page
Murph’s RV Park & Mary’s Cabins (208) 633-6677 Facebook page
Yellow Pine Lodge (208) 633-3377
Closed for winter
Yellow Pine Tavern (208) 633-2233 Facebook page
Winter Tavern Hours
Open M,W,F,Sat 9-2 4-8 Sun 9-2
Closed Tues, Thurs
Or Call 208 739-7086 or 208 633-2233 anytime will open as needed
Or check at house across the street next to Silver Dollar 365 Yellow Pine Ave
The Yellow Pine General Store and the Silver Dollar Cafe are for sale.
See Real Estate Page
Knotty Kat Crochet Works – 208-502-0940
FB page link
open Tue – Sat, 9-5
Yellow Pine eggs $3/doz
Buck Horn Outfitters LLC 208-633-3614
Tom & Sarah Lanham
156 Yellow Pine Ave, Yellow Pine, ID 83677
Link to FB page:
Starting June 2020 We will be doing trail rides out of Yellow Pine along with summer pack / camping trips to high mountain lakes in the area.
Wapiti Meadow Ranch – Johnson Creek (208) 633-3217
or 208-315-3554 – cabin rentals
Yellow Pine Museum
Village of Yellow Pine Association
VYPA meetings for 2020 – June 13, 2pm; July 11, 2pm; August 8, 2pm; September 12, 2pm.
Deb Filler – Chairperson
Ronda Rogers – Vice Chair
Lynn Imel – Secretary
Lorraine McIntosh – Treasurer
Ron Noel – Member at Large
Village of Yellow Pine Association Bylaws
VYPA Bylaws Adopted 9-12-2015
If you have questions, ideas to share, or want to use the Community Hall please contact the VYPA officers. Community Hall Facebook page
Yellow Pine Fire District
Fire Chief: Jeff Forster
Sue Holloway District 1
Dan Stiff, District 2
Merrill Saleen, District 3
Secretary/Treasurer Nikki Saleen
Yellow Pine Fire Protection Mitigation
Valley County Firewise Brochure
Valley County, Idaho Wildland-Urban Interface Wildfire Mitigation Plan
Yellow Pine Water Users Association
YPWUA Bylaws September 1976
YPWUA Articles of Incorporation April 1976
YPWUA Articles Inc 1st Amendment September 1976
YPWUA Articles Inc 2nd Amendment February 1984
YPWUA Articles Inc 3rd Amendment June 1984