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Investing in Boise's Neighborhoods
The Neighborhood Investment Program is a partnership between the City of Boise and city- registered neighborhood associations.
The program funds comprehensive neighborhood plans and capital construction projects to help enrich the lives of our citizens, enhance the identity and quality of life in our neighborhoods and encourage a strong sense of community.
Eligible projects will contribute to strong and healthy neighborhoods through resident involvement and engagement in the identification, planning, and implementation processes. Funded projects will provide a public benefit to all members of the community.
The city’s registered neighborhood associations are eligible to apply for project funding. Individuals and community groups must work with their neighborhood association to apply. All projects must be located on public property.
All groups must attend an Neighborhood Investment Workshop and receive Project Manager approval prior to application submission.
FY23 Neighborhood Investment Program Project Awards
|Neighborhood Association||Project Title||Amount Awarded|
|Central Rim||Jefferson Elementary Walking Path||$75,000|
|Southeast||Ivywild Skate Spot||$70,000|
|Veterans Park||Neighborhood Signs||$9,500|
|Boise Heights||Neighborhood Signs||$3,365|
|West End||Neighborhood Signs||$8,800|
|Winstead Park||Neighborhood Signs||$5,000|
|Central Foothills||Neighborhood Signs||$7,100|
|Southwest Ada County Alliance||Molenaar Park Volleyball Court||$40,000|
|Neighborhood Investment Program||Construction Contingency||$100,000|
|TOTAL − NEIGHBORHOOD INVESTMENT PROGRAM FUNDS||$318,765|
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