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City Council Invites Residents to Public Town Halls

The Boise City Council has been discussing ways to engage Boise residents on issues that we all care about. In a survey sent out early in the year, many residents said that they’d like to hear from us through town halls, similar to how they hear from their legislators.

Mayor and Council


So together, the city council is planning to host a series of town hall meetings around the city in the coming year.  We hope that this will create an opportunity to connect directly with citizens and to engage with them on the future of our city. 

Each citizen who wishes to address the mayor and council will be given three minutes and we will hear from as many citizens as time allows.  As this is not a formal public hearing, it is requested that citizens avoid discussing items that are related to land use applications already submitted to the city.

The first town hall will be held from 7-9 p.m. on Wednesday, April 11 at Fire Station 4, at 8485 Ustick Road. Information on the next two town halls will be announced at a later date.

We look forward to seeing you there on April 11 and throughout the year to talk about Boise.

On behalf of the Boise City Council, thank you.

Lauren McLean

Council President

Published: March 28, 2018