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Summer Update

posted Aug 11, 2017, 12:20 PM by CFNA CFNA
Hope you're all having a wonderful Summer, and that you have some fun plans for viewing the eclipse! We have a few announcements and Save-the-Dates for you:

• COMPASS is accepting comments on their 2040 plan through August 15th.The Community Planning Association of Southwest Idaho (COMPASS) is requesting YOUR feedback on transportation plans and projects in Ada and Canyon Counties. Please take a moment to review the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), which includes projects proposed for the next five years, as well as proposed changes to the regional long-range transportation plan. Communities in Motion 2040, which looks 20+ years into the future. Comments may be submitted through August 15, 2017. Learn more at

• ACHD is accepting comments on their Five-Year Plan through August 21st. The FY2018-2022 Integrated Five-Year Work Plan (IFYWP) Initial Draft is available for public comment through August 21, 2017. The draft Plan can be found at: The IFYWP is ACHD’s five-year capital program identifying all planned projects in the areas of roadway maintenance, bridge replacement, storm water infrastructure, pedestrian and bicycle enhancements, and road and intersection widening. All comments received on the initial draft will be reviewed with the ACHD Commission for direction on specific changes to incorporate into the final draft that will be out later this summer.

• The City of Boise is accepting nominations for Good Neighbor Awards through September 1st.
Do you know a great neighbor who deserves recognition for his or her contributions to our community? Is there a neighbor who keeps an eye on the neighborhood during a morning stroll or secures grants to improve the neighborhood park? Perhaps someone who organizes block parties or welcomes new neighbors to the neighborhood? Whatever their contributions, here’s a chance to thank them by nominating them for the Mayor's Awards for Good Neighbors! Nominations for residents, businesses and organizations will be accepted through September 1st. For more information on the Good Neighbor program or to nominate a good neighbor, please go to  Thank you to all those who make Boise a great place to live!

• The Central Foothills Neighborhood Association is having its National Night Out/Full Moon Party on October 4th. Located in the cul-de-sac at the top of Terrace Way (off of Hillway Drive). More details as the date approaches.

Boise Neighborhood Interactive. On October 14th at the Grove Hotel, enjoy a day of speakers and breakout sessions focused on community topics most important to you and your neighborhood. More details will be available in September, but in the meantime, see

• The North End Neighborhood Association is sponsoring a City Council Candidate Forum on October 24th. Three of our City Council seats will be up for a vote in November.

• The Suez Water Boring Project on North Mountain is nearing completion. A similar project on Hillway Drive will start in the near future.

• The Magal Subdivision at the end of Lancaster Drive will begin the road grading phase imminently. Expect the trail to be closed. If you have any questions or concerns about the project (i.e.,dust issues, etc.) contact Andy Long of the City of Boise, at 208-794-8996 or Steve Sears of Conger Management Group, at 208-870-1272.

• To maintain our Firewise certification, neighbors need to help neighbors clear out combustible materials on or around their property. Look for an announcement in the Fall of where and when the project will take place. We hope you will choose to volunteer for this community effort!

• We expect to be scheduling the Chipper truck again this fall, likely in late October, to help residents clear their yards of overgrowth (junipers, etc.). Any materials larger than the compost bins can handle will be appropriate for this service.

• To reiterate some posts from, there have been multiple thefts of bicycles and vehicle contents in our area this summer. Take extra precautions to secure your property; keep your cars locked. If you haven't already, please register your bicycle on the Boise Police Department website to aid in its recovery should it be stolen: