Month: June 2010

  • Security System Companies

    I have received some calls recently of door-to-door salesmen selling home security systems and telling residents that crime has increased in that neighborhood.   So far, from the calls I have received and run crime reports on, that information has not been accurate.   In fact, today I ran 2 reports for an area on the bench…

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  • Blueprint Boise Final Draft

    The Planning and Zoning Commission recommended draft of Blueprint Boise, the City’s update to the Comprehensive Plan is now available online using the following link: http://www.cityofboise.org/BluePrintBoise/index.aspx.    The City Council will consider the draft over the summer in three worksessions and a public hearing will be scheduled most likely in August or September. Once the…

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  • Current Neighborhood Crime Bulletins

    The current Neighborhood Crime Bulletins for your area is posted on our website at:   http://www.cityofboise.org/Departments/Police/NeighborhoodServices/NeighborhoodCrimeStats/index.aspx   Also, if you want to find a map of the reported crime in the last 3 months for your area:   http://www.adaweb.net/mapping/   Type in your address, choose the crime choices, and the map will show you what has…

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  • Movies Under the Stars

    “The Princess Bride” featured June 19 at “Movies Under the Stars” The Boise Public Schools Education Foundation and Boise Parks & Recreation invite you to join us this summer for “Movies Under the Stars,” featuring free movies and family activities at Julia Davis Park. This Saturday is the first of three fun-filled family nights throughout…

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  • Face to Fish Days

    Face to Fish Days What is your favorite face-to-fish encounter? Come to the nature center and try gyotaku, get in the Boise River, put your nose on the glass, take stream walk. Learn more and have some fun at this brand new signature anniversary event as we showcase all of your favorite programs. We are…

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  • Boise city pools raise age for solo swimmers

    (Idaho Statesman) What’s new this year? At all six of Boise’s outdoor pools, the minimum age that kids can go to city pools without an adult has been raised to 9 from 7 years old. Why did the rule change? It’s a public safety issue, said Boise Parks and Rec recreation coordinator George Scott. “We…

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