BOISE, ID – Boise Mayor McLean announced 12 neighborhood projects that will be funded under the “Energize Our Neighborhoods” investment program.
The program funds comprehensive neighborhood plans and capital construction projects to help “enrich the lives of our citizens, improve the identity and quality of life in our neighborhoods, and encourage a strong sense of belonging. the community “. The program also funds mini-grants to support neighborhood communication and community development.
Funded projects include:
– The Collister Neighborhood Association will receive $ 21,000 for circulation box packaging.
– The East End Neighborhood Association will receive $ 3,000 for flags on Warm Springs Avenue.
– The East End Neighborhood Association will receive $ 60,000 for a walking trail at Adams Elementary School.
– The Energize program will receive $ 150,000 for the linear park on Goddard.
– The Morris Hill Neighborhood Association will receive $ 24,000 for two cycling facilities and repair stations.
– The South Boise Village Neighborhood Association will receive $ 2,200 for circulation box envelopes.
– The Southeast Neighborhood Association will receive $ 6,000 for four benches along the Oregon Trail Monument sites.
– The Southwest Ada County Alliance will receive $ 51,700 for the Molenaar Dog Shelter and Water Fountain.
– The Sunset Neighborhood Association will receive $ 51,000 for Sunset Park umbrellas.
– The neighborhood investment program will receive $ 131,100 for a construction contingency.
The total amount of the Neighborhood Investment Program is $ 500,000.
– The Energize program will receive $ 67,477 for a crosswalk at 23rd and Bannock.
– Lusk District will receive $ 221,000 for Greenbelt lighting.
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