A new mobile vehicle emissions testing station will open in Kuna in November, reports the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) and its contractor, SysTech Inc.
The new station will be located at Kuna City Hall, 763 W. Avalon St., and available on a rotating schedule.
“Our goal is to organize the schedule for the testing location to operate on days following the mailing cycle of test modifications,” explained DEQ Vehicle I/M Coordinator Michael Hahn.
The first two test dates are Thursday, November 7 (9 a.m. – 1 p.m.), and Tuesday, November 19 (12 noon – 5 p.m.).
The fee is $10 per test; the mobile testing unit will accept cash payments only.
A DEQ representative will be available to address questions on handling failed emissions tests.
The Kuna Senior Center would like to remind residents that it has a 15-passenger bus with a wheel chair lift. The bus runs within Kuna on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. A trip is made in the morning to bring people to the center for cards, pool and socialization. If someone has the need for transportation to a medical appointment within Kuna, our bus is available in between the scheduled runs.
On Tuesdays, the bus makes a run into Meridian and Boise to take people to medical appointments, shopping and lunch. You can reach our bus driver, Sharon, at (208) 880-0556. A 24 hour notice is needed for pick up.
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