Harris Ranch CID

The Harris Ranch Community Infrastructure District No. 1 (“District”) is a separate and distinct legal entity from the City of Boise created in accordance with Idaho Code Title 50 Chapter 31, which encourages the funding and construction of regional community infrastructure in advance of actual development growth. The District facilitates the cost of community infrastructure projects for Harris Ranch primarily through the issuance of municipal bonds.

Harris Ranch is a pedestrian-friendly 1,300-acre master-planned community in southeast Boise that embraces the concepts of Smart Growth, New Urbanism and seeks to strike a careful balance between new development and the protection of the environment, wildlife habitat and historic values in the Barber Valley.

Harris Ranch Website

District Boundaries

Land within the boundaries of the District is displayed in yellow. Property within the District’s boundaries falls with the Harris Ranch Specific Plan (“SP-01”) zoning. When the District was formed in 2010 only property owned by the Harris Ranch petitioners who created the district could be included within the District.

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Overview of the District's Taxes

The financial support for the District and the municipal bonds it issues come from three different forms of taxes. A general obligation bond levy tax, an administrative levy tax, and a special assessment. The first two are based on the value of the properties within the District. The third is based off the size of the properties within the District. To learn more about how these funding mechanisms work read the Overview of the District.

Overview of the District (PDF)

harris ranch district boundaries

*If the Agendas + Minutes link takes you to a different board or commission landing page, please select "Harris Ranch Community Infrastructure District No. 1" from the meeting group in the left column.

Project and Bond Meeting Materials

Access the meeting materials submitted by HRCID Staff, residents, and the Developer.

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