We have just received word from Vincent Trimboli of City of Boise Public Works saying that Warm Springs, below the Mesa , will be open as of this Saturday. It will be completed a full month ahead of schedule and hopefully makes your commute a little easier.
Deanna Smith and Erik Kingston are seeking neighbors of all ages to join us for the final N2M Harvest ride on October 25th. We will meet on Maple Street across form the Roosevelt Market (between E. State and E. Jefferson) at 9:30am. Bring your own bike, helmet and enthusiasm. Feel free to dress up or not, we’re going to ride in a group to the downtown markets to celebrate harvest season, biking and neighbors.
Once we get to the markets, you’re on your own to browse and return to the most awesome East End. The ride is sponsored and organized by Idaho Smart Growth.
To register and learn more, visit http://www.idahosmartgrowth.org/N2M/
(Stay tuned for a special Day of the Dead ride November 1; more on that Saturday)
Received via email from City of Boise:
The City of Boise invites you and your neighborhood association to participate in a survey about Boise’s open spaces. This survey will help inform the City of Boise’s first-ever Open Space Reserve Management Plan.
Your neighborhood’s input is very important to the planning process. The project team is currently underway with a “listening” phase, collecting preliminary thoughts and concerns about the reserve areas. The impact of reserve lands are felt by all, primarily through economic, environmental, visual and recreation benefits. We’d like to know how residents in your neighborhood perceive and use these lands, and their opinions for management now and into the future. We invite you to distribute this short online survey to your constituents.
Follow this link to access the survey: Open Space Matters Survey. Or, copy and paste this link into your browser. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/osmgeneralsurvey
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