Author Archives: Ronnie

Energize Award

WBNA was honored with the “Visioning to Reality” Award.
Thanks for everyone’s persistence on the Settlers Project

Yard Sale Donations Needed

August 31st

WBNA is having a Yard sale on Saturday Aug 31st at 8:00
We will be serving free hot dogs while they last 
Please donate your stuff.
Email Donate@WBNABoise.org to arrange for pickup of your quality items. Last minute donations accepted day of sale before 9:00AM

Location is Idaho High School Activities Association across the street from Delsa’s

If you would like to volunteer email me rmarler@gmail.com
Ronnie nge for pickup of your quality items.

Location is yet to be determined. I will send a reminder/update in weeks to follow.

If you would like to volunteer email me rmarler@gmail.com
Ronnie

Fairmont Photos

Another Fairmont Update

A little clean up and table delivery left to do.

Fairmont Update

Workers tell me complete in a week

May 9th Meeting Minutes published

In case you missed it you can catch up on WBNA business HERE

Fairmont Park Improvements

Update:
Lead time for the shelter has slipped. Shelter structure expected to arrive in May

Work starts on Monday. Weather permitting.
See below for Timeline

Fairmont Progress

Just a quick update on the Fairmont Park project.
Looks like concrete work is nearing finish.

Visioning share back

This is the compiled data that was shared back at the WBNA Annual Meeting from last years visioning events This is data from which the open house project choices were derived.

Energize Open House

Energize Open House in West Bench Neighborhood
Wed, April 10, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Morley Nelson Elementary (7701 W Northview St) 

After gathering Visioning feedback from people who live, work, and have children who attend school in West Bench throughout 2018, we are ready for the next step in the Visioning process. You helped identify ways to improve your neighborhood, now come learn about potential projects and vote for your top choice! We will also provide updates on current projects and plans for the neighborhood, as well as information about City programs and resources.

The top project(s) will be selected for development and implementation, and residents will be able to join the working group(s) formed for the project focus area(s). Click here to be notified of Energize updates and opportunities to be involved in projects.

At the Open House, you will be able to vote for one of the following projects:

  1. Settlers Canal Project. Cleanup, beautification, and enhancement of the area along Settlers Canal on Goddard St. (across from Capital High).  
  2. Spaulding Ranch Orchard Phase One. First phase of planting for an orchard at Spaulding Ranch.   
  3. Public Art on Ustick Rd. and Milwaukee St. Public art installation on the southeast corner of Ustick Rd. and Milwaukee St.
  4. Basketball Court at Milwaukee Park. A basketball court behind (east of) the sports fields.
  5. Neighborhood events, cleanups, and community-building efforts. Neighborhood event(s) and activities to engage and connect residents and build/strengthen a sense of community.

If you aren’t able to attend the West Bench Open House, you can still vote on a project. Be on the lookout for a postcard in the mail that will include the list of projects. Vote for your top choice, and return the postcard (postage paid) to the Energize team. Be sure to mail in your vote by April 30th!

Contact the Energize team with any questions at energize@cityofboise.org.