The community will be meeting again with the design consulting group involved with developing Spaulding Ranch.
Wednesday February 1st at Valley View Elementary from 6-830pm.
This meeting will have a brief presentation of the comments provided to date, and then we will be working in groups to come up with potential layouts for the site, with a debrief at the end of all of the groups potential options. Hopefully it will be fun, but it will probably take the entire 2 and a half hours.
If you can’t make it to this event please take a moment to fill out the survey online.
WBNA will once again be involved with commissioning art work to grace traffic boxes in our neighborhood.
I would like to encourage local artists to apply by Feb1st
Member Meeting January 12th 7:00 PM Library! Cole and Ustick
- Year in review
- Review our Association’s Annual Report to the City.
- Grant Update
- 2016 wrapup
- 2017 update
- Volunteer Opportunities
- Yard Sale
- Neighborhood Night Out
- Invitation to announce your candidacy for February’s election of Association officers.
- Guest Presentation
- Our Guest Speaker Colin Hickman from Boise’s Curbit Program will be Introducing curbside compost collection, the newest addition to Boise’s trash and recycling program.
Boise Parks and Recreation invites neighbors to attend and provide input for the Spaulding Ranch Master Plan, a 20-acre site located at 3805 North Cole Road.
The open house is scheduled for Thursday, November 10th from 6-8pm at Capital High School Cafeteria, 8055 W Goddard Road.
Spaulding Ranch was acquired by the City of Boise in early 2016 and is the first property of its kind in Boise Parks and Recreation’s inventory. The open house will be an opportunity for neighbors and interested parties to identify park needs of the neighborhood and ideas for the property in the future.
If you are not able to attend the meeting, you can fill out our online survey at www.surveymonkey.com/r/
ACHD, county commissioner candidates forum Oct. 27
WHERE: Boise Public Library Auditorium, 715 S. Capitol Blvd.
WHEN: 7p.m. to about 9p.m. It is
WHO: sponsored by the League of Women Voters.
All candidates in contested races have agreed to attend.
WBNA will be holding it’s member meeting.
Thursday 9/8 at 7:00 pm
Library! at Cole and Ustick
- New VP Welcome Jim Hull
- Special thanks to the WBNA Adopt-A-Park crew.
- Review Fairmont park plans:
- Mini Grant 2016:
- Sandwich Boards
- Mail campaign
- Mini Grant 2017:
- Application deadline 11-1-2016
- Signal Boxes? LINK
- Required Zoom Grant classes Sep29th 6-7 Library! Cole and Ustick
Hope I see you there
Dear Neighborhood Leaders,
Many have expressed interest or concern about how ACHD allocates roadway funds and how priority projects are selected, including intersections, sidewalk and bike lanes. Now is your opportunity to let your neighborhood be represented in funding decisions
This Thursday, July 28th, the Ada County Highway District will hold their first ever open house on their budget for next year, 2017.
In the past, few people show up to comment on their budget. This is a new effort to reach out to the public to make the $103 million spending plan understandable and approachable for comment.
“We would like to know what people think,” said Kent Goldthorpe, commission president. “Everyone has a stake in safe roadways and better ways of getting around. We have projects for motorists, cyclists and walkers in the budget and we need to know if people like the mix.”
The open house will occur from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on July 28, 2016 in the ACHD Auditorium, 3775 Adams St., in Garden City. The ACHD Commission will consider the budget for approval with a public hearing in late August.
Please share this meeting opportunity with your members; it is a real opportunity for them and your association to speak and be heard on how your highway district tax funds are allocated.
Thank you, hope to see many of you there.
|Kathleen M. Lacey
Comprehensive Planner/Neighborhood Coordinator
Planning & Development Services
CITY OF BOISE
150 N. Capitol Blvd.
Boise, ID 83702