Welcome to the official website of
Canyon Highway District No. 4
Our Purpose and Organization
Canyon Highway District No. 4 (CHD4) is one of four Highway Districts in Canyon County. Canyon Highway District boundaries are found primarily in the Northeastern area of Canyon County, surrounding Caldwell. Canyon Highway District was formed in 1981 to maintain public rights-of-way, roads, and bridges in the highway system, within the District's boundaries, excluding state highways and cities.
The Highway District is a political subdivision of the State of Idaho and, according to state law, functions like a corporation. It is a special-purpose district and is not part of the state, city or county governments.
Total Miles in District:
Public Comments Open for the Caldwell Area Transportation Plan ("CATS Plan")
April 11th - May 11th, 2022
Visit our Transportation Planning Page for additional information and a link to the online comment map
Canyon Highway District No. 4's office hours will change to Monday - Thursday, 7:00 AM - 5:30 PM on Monday, February 14th.
CHD4 Employment Opportunities
Canyon Highway District No. 4 (CHD4) is seeking qualified applicants to complement the Road Crew and Engineering Department in planning, design, and construction of transportation projects, and assist with management of development entitlements and infrastructure.
For immediate consideration, submit an application, resume, and any supplementary materials to email@example.com (include “CHD4 Job” in the subject line), or by US mail.
See a summary of benefits available to all CHD4 employees here: CHD4 Employee Benefits Summary Aug 2021
Current Job Openings:
Canyon Highway District No. 4 is now accepting applications for a truck driver. Duties include operating trucks used in road, pipe, and bridge maintenance. Have knowledge of snow removal equipment. Work with road, bridge, and herbicide crews or as assigned. Requires a Class A CDL.
Salary Range: $20.74 - $24.19 /hr
B.S. in Civil Engineering or related engineering discipline with 4+ years experience. P.E. or EIT certification required.
Primary Duties: Planning, design and construction oversight of roadway, drainage, bridge/culvert, and traffic control infrastructure; project management for local and federally funded projects; development review, approval, and construction compliance; policy and program development; public outreach and point of contact responsibilities.
Salary Range: $32.91 - $43.11 /hr