Skip to main content


Showing posts from October, 2023

Meet the Candidates for Rexburg City Government 2023

As residents of Rexburg, it's crucial to stay informed and engaged in the local political landscape. The decisions made by our city government have a direct impact on our daily lives, from infrastructure improvements to public safety measures. That's why we're excited to invite you to an upcoming event that will provide an excellent opportunity to meet the candidates running for Mayor and three open Rexburg City Council seats. Event Details Date: Thursday, October 12, 2023 Time: 7:00 p.m. Location: Romance Theater, 2 E. Main Street, Rexburg, Idaho 83440 Moderator We're honored to have Nate Eaton of East Idaho News serve as the moderator for this important discussion. With his experience in local journalism, he will ensure a fair and informative exchange between the candidates, helping us better understand their visions for our city's future. Engaging Discussion This event is not just a meet-and-greet; it's an opportunity to dive into the issues that matter most

Empowering Rexburg: The Key to Affordable Housing In Rexburg!

In the heart of Rexburg, where the housing demand is surging, finding a home that won't break the bank is a challenge many face. The Rexburg Patriots are on a mission to reveal a groundbreaking solution that can make affordable housing a reality for all. In this blog post, we'll dive deep into the importance of increasing zoning density, how it can lead to affordable housing, and where you can find the best apartments for rent in Rexburg—all while emphasizing the significance of building up, not out, in our pursuit of affordable living. The Rexburg Housing Crisis The thriving economy and the presence of Brigham Young University-Idaho have fueled tremendous growth in Rexburg's housing market. However, this prosperity has given rise to an alarming issue—skyrocketing housing costs. Affordable living has become increasingly elusive for students and working families alike. Why Building Up Matters Building up, not out, is a crucial element in our quest for affordable housing. It