7.01.050: PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY ORDERS:
The Mayor, as authorized by this Chapter and Idaho Code sections 50-304 and 50-606, may issue the following orders, as deemed appropriate by the Mayor following consultation with or review of information issued by local, regional, statewide, or nationwide public health authorities.
   A.   Advisory Order: Where a public health emergency is foreseeable or imminent, the Mayor may enact an advisory order, which order may provide information and recommended guidelines for preventing, detecting, and/or mitigating the onset or spread of a public health hazard. 
   B.   Social Distancing Order: Where a public health emergency is imminent, the Mayor may enact a social distancing order, which order may establish any or all the following:
      1.   Appropriate restrictions regarding the operation or occurrence of planned or foreseeable commercial, recreational, or expressive gatherings or events.
      2.   Restrictions on travel through or visitation within the community.
      3.   Postponement or cancellation of public meetings and hearings.
      4.   A limit on the number of persons who may gather in one location and may apply to indoor or outdoor venues.
      5.   Measures to be taken in order to prevent, avoid, detect, address, or mitigate a foreseeable, imminent, or present public health hazard.
      6.   A social distancing order must include an effective date and an anticipated expiration date, which may be extended in the same manner as the imposition of the initial order.
   C.   Isolation Order: Where a public health emergency is present, and poses a clear threat of harm to the public health, the Mayor may enact an isolation order, which order may establish any or all the following:
      1.   A directive that infected and/or exposed individuals isolate themselves from other persons.
      2.   Geographical areas of restricted or prohibited access.
      3.   Other measures necessary to avoid, address, or mitigate an imminent public health hazard.
      4.   The scope and manner of delivery of services, materials, or supplies to be provided by the City, if any.
      5.   Measures to be taken in order to prevent, avoid, detect, address, or mitigate a foreseeable, imminent, or present public health hazard.
      6.   Conditions of the isolation order.
      7.   An isolation order must include an effective date and an anticipated expiration date, which may be extended in the same manner as the imposition of the initial order. An isolation order will be effective only when and for so long as the public health emergency is present or for so long as the subject(s) of the isolation order pose a threat to public health.  Any person who is the subject of an isolation order is entitled to appeal the isolation order or to request a modification of any provision of such order by filing a written appeal with the City Clerk. Such appeal will be heard by City Council at their next meeting, or, if no meeting is scheduled during the term of the isolation order, the Police Chief or designee will review such appeal and issue a written decision. The Police Chief's decision will be final.
   D.   Quarantine Order: Where a health emergency is present and poses a clear threat of harm to the public health, the Mayor may enact a quarantine order, which order may establish any or all the following:
      1.   A directive that infected and/or exposed individuals isolate themselves from other persons.
      2.   Geographical or other areas of restricted or prohibited access.
      3.   Other measures necessary to avoid, address, or mitigate an imminent public health hazard.
      4.   The scope and manner of delivery of services, materials, or supplies to be provided by the City, if any.
      5.   Measures to be taken in order to prevent, avoid, detect, address, or mitigate a foreseeable, imminent, or present public health hazard.
      6.   Conditions of the quarantine.
      7.   A quarantine order must include an effective date and an anticipated expiration date, which may be extended in the same manner as the imposition of the initial order. A quarantine order will be effective only when and for so long as the public health emergency is present or for so long as the subject(s) of the quarantine order pose a threat to public health. Any person who is the subject of a quarantine order is entitled to appeal the quarantine order, or to request a modification of any provision of such order by filing a written appeal with the City Clerk. Such appeal will be heard by City Council at their next meeting, or, if no meeting is scheduled during the term of the quarantine order, the Police Chief or designee will review such appeal and issue a written decision.  The Police Chief's decision will be final. (Ord. 3649 §1, 2020)