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posted Dec 7, 2015, 1:22 PM by CFNA CFNA

We hope everyone had a nice Thanksgiving. And we wish you all the best for the rest of the holiday season.

Here are a few items you may be interested in.


Learn more about the 36th, Hill, Catalpa construction and roundabout on December 10th

8-10am and 4-7pm at the 36th St Garden Center & Bistro, Corner of 36th, Hill, Catalpa

Join ACHD to learn what to expect during the construction work that starts as early as December 28th and how to use the roundabout once it is complete.

Representatives from the Ada County Highway District (ACHD), Central Paving, Safe Routes to School and others will be available to talk with neighbors about the upcoming construction.

Got Risk? Survey

The Ada County Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan update steering committee (a plan which includes natural-hazards of concern such as wildfire, flood, etc...) is hoping that citizens will take a moment to provide their input on a survey to let them know what is important to you. Thank you for your time and your commitment to making Boise the most livable city in the country.


Ridge to Rivers Master Plan Online Workshop Available

Know someone who couldn’t make the workshop or want to provide more feedback?


This online workshop allows you to provide input by answering the same questions that attendees addressed at the two planning workshops. The online workshop will be available until December 7th.



There are numerous development applications in process. Please see the full applications on the city website at Here are their numbers:

Highlands Cove: cfh15-00020 (city Council meeting Dec 1 at 6pm at City Hall), traffic impact

15th St Retirement Home: (City Council meeting Dec 8 at 6pm at City Hall), traffic impact

Lancaster Dr: cfh15-00062

Winsome Dr: cfh15-00048 (P&Z Meeting Dec 7 at 6pm at City Hall), similar to Lancaster

24th Way: cfh15-00060, single home on W side of cul-de-sac

Hill Rd (NEON site): drh15-00474

Hill Rd (next to ICAN): drh15-00099

The Board of the CFNA is also

  1. Meeting with the City’s Planning Director to become better informed on hillside development requirements

  2. Working on emergency access on Bison Rd


Warm regards,

The CFNA Board