Read NPR’s article on the Code Red emergency alert test on May 7 and history of wildfire responses in the Mesa: https://www.boisestatepublicradio.org/news/2022-05-11/warm-springs-mesa-residents-test-new-emergency-alert-system The broadcast will air on Boise State Public Radio on Thursday, May 12, 2022.
FREE neighborhood chipping opportunity for 20 residents of Warm Springs Mesa on Friday, April 29th, and another 20 residents on Friday, May 6th, to help remove hazardous woody biomass (such as Juniper and Arborvitae). The signup is limited to the first 20 residents that sign… Read More »FREE Curbside Chipping (signup required!)
Each year, the City of Boise receives Community Development Block Grant and Home Investment Partnerships funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to address a wide range of community development needs, such as community improvement projects and projects that focus on low-to-moderate… Read More »Survey for Investing Federal Funds in Community
Every four years, metropolitan planning organizations such as COMPASS undergo a federal review to determine if federal planning requirements are being met to ensure that federal transportation funding continues to flow to the region. In May 2022, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Federal Transit… Read More »Provide Your Feedback on COMPASS
ACHD is developing a plan to help improve transportation and roadway safety in the Barber Valley area. Projects that improve walking, biking, and/or driving will be considered, depending on the needs of the community. Please click on the link below to share your input… Read More »Barber Valley Transportation Survey
Wildlife-Urban Interface Code (City of Boise): For information on the City of Boise\’s WUI code, members can view it on the City\’s website at : https://codelibrary.amlegal.com/codes/boiseid/latest/boise_id/0-0-0-6154#JD_5-12-46