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PUBLIC TOWN HALLS

The Boise City Council has been discussing ways to engage Boise residents on issues that we all care about. In a survey sent out early in the year, many residents said that they’d like to hear from us through town halls, similar to how they hear from their legislators. The first town hall will be held from 7-9 p.m. on Wednesday, April 11 at Fire Station 4, at 8485 Ustick Road.

Learn More
https://www.livboise.org/liv-stories/2018/city-council-invites-residents-to-public-town-halls/

Ustick in Bloom Celebration

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Neighborhood Event

Our friends at West Valley Neighborhood Association would like to invite everyone to celebrate their neighborhood.

Learn more HERE

ValleyConnect 2.0 Survey

Valley Ride is working on an ambitious transit plan and needs your input.

Please take a moment and take the survey HERE

National Street Service

Team,

Exciting news! Boise has been chosen as a focus city for the National street service.
Things are going to move fast and this will be an opportunity to get involved with your streets.

With funding from the Ford Motor Company the service is looking to recruit 30 part time (5 ish hours a week for 10 weeks) and either 1 or 2 full time Lead Rangers for 5 months.
Learn more about the program and apply for these exciting positions  HERE

Also check out the info on the attached Flyer

Street Ranger Ads

 

2018 Annual Member Meeting Agenda

West Bench Neighborhood Accosiation WBNABoise.orgAnnual Meeting

Feb 8th 8:00 PM (Please note time change)

Library at Cole and Ustick

Meeting Agenda

  • 8:00 Call to Order
  • Annual review and current status of ongoing grants and projects
  • Review of BBBC Vision and Mission statements (See attachment link below)
  • Vote to adopt BBBC Statements
  • Election of officers
  • Energize Our Neighborhoods. and 2018 plans.

 

Boise Bike Boulevard Coalition Vision and Mission

MountainView Park

So Sad
This is the park WBNA has adopted.

Please stay vigilant and report any suspicious activity.

—————Via KTVB.com—————–
Crews are working Thursday to clean up a Boise park after play structure was vandalized.
The vandals used black spray paint to draw a swastika and write multiple racial slurs on the play equipment at Mountain View Park.
Boise Parks and Recreation employees are working now to scrub the paint away. The park is located off of Ustick Road, next to Mountain View Elementary.
Boise Police say they are investigating the playground vandalism, which is believed to have happened sometime overnight. No arrests have been made in the case.

Election Day Nov 7th

 

We are electing 3 of the 6 City Council seats. as well as addressing a clerical error that was made on a 2015 open space levey.
Follow this link for more information.
https://cityclerk.cityofboise.org/city-elections/information-for-voters/

Also on Tuesday, most people miss this election for Nampa Meridian Irrigation District.
Although Boise might not be in name of the district, a large portion of boise is within it’s boundaries.
Cast your ballot at Horizon Elementary.
Follow this link for more information.
http://www.nmid.org/PDF/2017%20Director%20Election%20Voting-1.pdf

Community outreach Fairmont Park Improvements

Please Join us on
Thursday November 9th at 7:00 at the Library! on Cole and Ustick.

Rubber is about to hit the road on a project WBNA first initiated in August of 2015
A proposal was made to add Picnic area and walking paths to Fairmont Park.

It’s grant season there are some critical decisions that need to be made concerning WBNA’s proposed upgrades to Fairmont Park.

The Neighborhood Improvement Grant system requires a neighborhood outreach meeting to provide feedback on plans exceeding $10,000. This meeting will serve to meet that requirement
You are encouraged to attend to provide feedback on the Fairmont Improvement plans.

See you next week.
Ronnie