ACHD has opened a survey on traffic and growth in Southwest Ada County. Visit bit.ly/swmobility to learn about plans for the area, add your comments to a map, and take the survey.
The survey is open for one more week. You may have already received a flyer in the mail. If you put off doing the survey, this is a reminder that time is running out.
A 22 unit multi-family development is planned at Lake Hazel and Maple Grove.
Chrysalis Architecture + Planning will be hosting a neighborhood meeting on Monday, August 30, 7:55, at 6162 South Maple Grove.
Read more “More Development at Lake Hazel and Maple Grove”
The applicant is proposing a rezone from R-1A to R-1B/DA. The new zoning will allow the owner to sub-divide the property.
A neighborhood meeting will be held Wednesday, September 8, 6:00pm at Starbucks, 8275 W Overland.
Read more “Rezone at 1824 Vinnell”
There will be a City Counsel working session today at 3:00 pm at city hall. On the agenda is “Murgoitio Park Next Steps”. This is a working session, the public can attend, but cannot comment.
Read more “Murgoitio Park Working Session”
SCNA is exploring ways of working with the city of Boise and the Treasure Valley Canopy Network to plant more trees. Please visit https://www.tvcanopy.net/ and https://city-of-trees-challenge-boise.hub.arcgis.com/ to learn about the programs.
Representatives will be on hand at our National Night Out event, August 3, 5:30 – 8:00, at Chow in the Spectrum complex at Cole and Overland. You can find out more about the program, volunteer, and see if you qualify for a free tree.
Read more “Plant a Tree”
I am sure you have heard by now that the Murgoitio Park annexation, rezone and removal of covenants has been removed from the agenda of the August 9 P&Z meeting.
Here are reports from a couple of news outlets: https://www.idahopress.com/news/local/city-of-boise-to-slow-murgoitio-site-annexation/article_f8b956d8-e0e9-5bbb-9872-aec724b4de80.html
For those who were planning on attending, thank you. You can now enjoy your regularly schedule life on that evening.
Read more “Murgoitio Park Update”
South Cole Neighbor Association (SCNA) and South West Ada County Alliance (SWACA) are hosting a joint National Night Out event on August 3, 2021 at Chow in the Boise Spectrum (SW of Cole & Overland intersection)
Read more “National Night Out”
Murgoitio Park Public Comment Due August 5th by 5pm – email email@example.com
P&Z Hearing on Annexation and Land use Map Amendment – August 9th @ 6pm. (virtual and in person at City Hall – Effective today Masks are required!)
Application Numbers for Planning & Zoning (P&Z) Commission
Read more “Murgoitio Park & Public Testimony”
- CAR21–00020 is for the annexation, park address is 3801 S. Cole Road.
- CPA21–00002 is for amending the Comprehensive Plan (Blueprint Boise) Land Use Map from “Parks/Open Space” to “Compact Residential” which allows for 6–15 dwelling units per acre.
South Cole Neighbor Association (SCNA) and South West Ada County Alliance (SWACA) will hold a joint meeting to discuss Murgoitio Park. The meeting is July 26 at 6:00pm at Legends in the Spectrum complex (Cole & Overland). We want to hear from you.
The subject of the meeting is about strategy, “How can we reach a positive result?” and “What is the best way to achieve that result?”.
The current city administration is not following precedents set by previous city leaders to engage in discussions with the public on park development. City officials will not be present, please direct comments on the city’s handling of the matter to the city. We will provide information on how to testify at city hearings.
The Boise P&Z will hear an application from Parks and Recreation about the annexation and rezone of Murgoitio Park and the bordering school district property, August 9, at 6:00.
Applicant Description: “Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map Amendment to change the designation to “Mixed Use” for approximately 15 acres located at 8373 W Victory Rd and “Compact” for approximately 157 acres located at 3801 S Cole Rd. Also included is an annexation request for approximately 288 acres, with 4.25 acres with an M-1D (Light Industrial with Design Review) zone and 283.75 acres with an A-1 (Open Lands) zone. “
I am sure everyone has been following this, but just in case you missed it, the city want to scrap long standing plans to develop a park and replace it with high density housing.
Read more “Murgoitio Park Annexation and Rezone.”