Boise Police officers want to remind fans going to the Boise State Football games this season to remember:
- Do not drink and drive.
- Park safely and legally. Those who ignore parking laws and/or signs jeopardize safety and risk getting a ticket or being towed.
- If fans are going to drink alcohol, do so in designated areas. The 10 to 10 Zone remains in effect for home games.
- For public safety, open containers of alcohol are not allowed in public areas outside the 10 to 10 Zone including parking lots and neighborhood streets. Officers are checking for adults who provide alcohol to minors and for underage drinking.
- Be good neighbors - use crosswalks, throw away litter, and respect the safety and cleanliness of homes and businesses in the BSU area.
- To help ensure everyone can safely and quickly enter the stadium, please remember to leave your bags at home. Boise State has a clear bag policy.
10 to 10 Zone
The 10 to 10 Zone remains in place for home games this season. It specifies areas off-campus where people age 21 or older may consume alcoholic beverages from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Boise State home football game days only.
Alcoholic beverages are allowed in opaque plastic cups within the zone. Glass containers, beer cans, and types of liquor bottles and cups with alcoholic labeling are not allowed.
The "Zone" begins at Broadway Avenue and Myrtle Street, extends south down Broadway to Beacon, turns west along Beacon, north up Oakland Avenue, west on Potter Drive, north again up South Joyce Street, and then west along University Drive all the way to Capitol Boulevard. The boundary extends north along Capitol and turns east onto Cesar Chavez Lane, crosses Friendship Bridge north, and leads into Julia Davis Park. In the park, the "10 to 10 Zone" boundary is the area east of Zoo Boise to Broadway Avenue, and south of the Julia Davis pond.