The current May mid-month Neighborhood Crime Bulletins are now on our website at:
We are evaluating whether these are useful to you and your neighbors, and would appreciate your feedback. We can continue posting them on the web and me notifying you, or I can send them via email as attachments. Your feedback and suggestions are appreciated.
Crime Prevention Unit
Boise Police Department
333 N. Sailfish Place
Boise, ID 83704
Through a new partnership between the City of Boise’s departments of Parks & Recreation and the Arts & History, the Boise Depot is now open for small-scale exhibitors during public hours. “The new program is intended to encourage visitation to the landmark structures as well as provide an attractive exhibit venue for artists, craftsmen and photographers,” said Mark Baltes, chair of the city’s history committee.
See more Information on Boise City Dept of Arts & History website
Just a reminder the WBNA meets every 3rd Wednesday of odd numbered months
which is the 19th Here is a link to this meeting’s Agenda
Hope to see you there
Library! at Cole & Ustick
In honor of cinco de mayo I have added a language translator to the site side bar.
Embrace your heritige enjoy this site in your own language.
The Community Planning Association (COMPASS) is in the final stages of updating Communities in Motion, the regional long-range transportation plan for Ada and Canyon Counties. We are asking your assistance in providing feedback on the draft update by hosting a “Meeting in a Bag” discussion with your friends, neighbors, or colleagues. The process is fun and simple: Continue reading