Last month, the City of Boise hosted two neighborhood discussions on housing to hear directly from the community about how housing affordability has impacted them, their families and friends.
As we continue to explore solutions to ensure that everyone who chooses to call Boise home has the opportunity to do so, we look to our residents to work in partnership with us to provide input and recommendations.
The City of Boise is inviting members of the community to join a second round of neighborhood conversations. These conversations will dive deeper into housing affordability as well provide the City an opportunity to share with residents the outcomes of the Bloomberg-Harvard City Leadership Initiative’s Innovation Track pilot program. The program evaluated underutilized spaces to determine strategic opportunities including moveable tiny homes and Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs).
The City remains committed to engaging with the community safely. To ensure that as many residents as possible have the opportunity to participate, we will provide both in person and virtual options to participate. Events for the months of November and December are outlined below. Registration is required. Details on the event and link to register can be found on the City of Boise website.
Masks and social distancing will be required for all in-person meetings.