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Boise residents can be proud to live in one of America’s most successful cities. But our community’s quality of life has attracted new residents and investment. As we grow, we must ensure that we can retain our livability.

Community Conversations are an opportunity for Boise residents to come together to talk about key issues through facilitated small and large group conversations. Findings from these sessions are shared with the Mayor and Boise City Council to help inform future policy decisions.

 

Community Conversations on Transportation

Boise Residents are invited to participate in the next round of Community Conversations. In this series, participants will have the opportunity to identify transportation concerns throughout the city and provide feedback on the city's transportation priorities for the future.

The city will host two opportunities for this series, with the second session including child care and children's activities. Both workshops are open to all Boise residents and each session will include the same material. Residents only need to sign up for one session.

Community Conversation on Transportation: Session 1

Date: Thursday, May 9
Time: 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Location: Boise State University, Alumni and Friends Center - 1173 W. University Dr., Boise, ID 83703 (Get Directions) - Free parking provided

Event is Full. 

Community Conversation on Transportation: Session 2 

Date: Saturday, May 11
Time: 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Location: Saint Alphonsus Boise, McCleary Auditorium - 1055 N. Curtis Road, Boise, ID 83706 (Get Directions) - Free parking provided

Child care and activities provided.

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Community Conversations on Growth

In 2018, the City of Boise hosted a series of broad community conversations. The focus of the first series of conversations was on growth and housing. These conversations helped the city:

Four major themes from the workshops were housing affordability, transportation, cultural and environmental preservation and governance. To explore these issues more deeply, Mayor Bieter is inviting both participants in the first workshops and any other Boise residents who want to join this conversation to sign up for the second round of Community Conversations on Growth.

Community Conversation: Series 1 Findings

Review the findings from the first Community Conversation held in June of 2018.

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Community Conversation: Series 2 Findings

Review the findings for the second Community Conversation held in August of 2018.

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Community Conversation: Series 3 Findings

Review the findings from the third Community Conversation held in November/December of 2018.

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