Month: April 2011

  • The Mayor’s E-Memo

    In the latest installment of The Mayor’s E-Memo Mayor Bieter discusses the Neighborhood Reinvestment Grant Program  Now is a good time to be thinking about our neighborhood needs could be met with this program.

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  • Becoming a Neighborhood Watch (NW) “Team”

          A Neighborhood Watch “Team” is simply a small group of interested neighbors (within an established NW group) who hold the same goals for their neighborhood.     They may meet monthly, quarterly, or twice yearly, and then as needs arise.   This team is comprised of the Block Chairman (my contact person and…

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  • Spring Residential Cleanup Extended

    Adding special collection days on April 12th and 15th for Yard Waste. Due to an extremely soggy and cold spring, Public Works and Allied Waste are adding two special collection days to give Boise resident’s additional help disposing of yard waste. The extra collection days are Tuesday, April 12th and Friday, April 15th. Set out…

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  • The 2011 Raft Along Program

    The 2011 Raft Along Program will be held on Tuesday June 28th.  We will be taking 700 kids rafting. This is the 16th year we have run this program and we look forward to another successful year. The purpose of the program is to bring area kids and police officers together to break down barriers,…

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  • West Bench Neighborhood Association Meeting

    West Bench Neighborhood Association Meeting 7:00 PM April 20th 2011 The Library! At Cole & Ustick 7557 West Ustick Road Boise, Idaho

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  • Valley Regional Transit survey

    To: Treasure Valley Residents FROM: Mark Carnopis, Community Relations Manager Hello all, Valley Regional Transit (VRT) is updating its regional transportation plan. VRT staff recently met with the public and local leaders throughout the Valley to gather input. Please take a minute to complete an on-line survey

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  • DEA National Drug Take-Back Day

    On Saturday, April 30th, the Boise Police Dept., Ada County Sheriff’s Office, and Garden City Police will be participating in the Drug Enforcement Association’s (DEA’s) National Drug Take-Back Day. This is an opportunity for you and your members to properly dispose of unused or out-dated medications that might otherwise end up in the wrong hands…

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