Join in on our board meeting as we reflect on current issues and challenges for the Centennial Neighborhood.
Parks and recreational improvements: The city could consider funding for park upgrades, adding new amenities, and expanding parking spaces. Community engagement and feedback can also be gathered to prioritize improvements.
City of Boise Zoning Rewrite – It’s almost a done deal! There’s still time to comment before going before City Council this summer
Eagle Road safety: Options to improve road safety could include installing traffic signals, adding pedestrian crossings, improving road signage and marking, and increasing enforcement of traffic laws.
Public library in west Boise: The city could allocate funding for construction and operation of a new library in the west of Boise. The library could also partner with community organizations to offer educational and recreational programs.
Other issues: For other challenges, it’s important to gather information and data, engage with community members and stakeholders, and consider solutions that prioritize the needs and well-being of the community.
Lowell Scott Middle School – Cafeteria
Recent Prior Meetings and Quarterly Schedule – See Below
The Centennial Neighborhood Association is taking an active approach to improving the community through various initiatives. Among issues discussed at the meeting included the addition of a city library in west Boise and new amenities in the neighborhood, such as a cycling “Pump Track” at McDevitt Park. The board has a commitment to promoting education, recreation, and fitness. Addressing recent gang type graffiti and supporting pathway improvements for bicycles and pedestrians along Eagle Road,, highlights the Association’s focus on community safety and well-being. These initiatives demonstrate a dedication to making the Centennial Neighborhood a great place to live and work.
Quarterly board meetings are open to all residents, business owners and people who may not live within CTNA but work within its boundaries. Regular board meetings are held on the third Thursday of January, April, July, and October (Annual Meeting)
The Centennial Neighborhood Association will hold its Annual Meeting on Thursday, October 20th from 6:30-8:00 PM.
OCTOBER 20, 2022, 6:30 PM— CENTENNIAL HIGH SCHOOL ROOM—(TBD). Sign In and “Door Prize” Registration Starts at 6:30 PM Meeting Begins at 7:00 PM Come early, meet your neighbors Grab a complimentary snacks/beverages, courtesy of Albertsons and other fine Centennial neighborhood businesses: Door Prizes complements of : GV Images, Crafts and Photography Mojo’s Doughnuts and Ice Cream Koco Bell – Korean Street Food And More!
JOIN US! · WHO: You are receiving this card because the City of Boise has determined that you live or own a business within the boundaries of the Centennial Neighborhood. You are cordially invited to attend our Annual Meeting.
· Our Meeting’s theme will be “Geographic Representation”. How does your Centennial Neighborhood Association work with local and other community leaders to make our neighborhood a great place to live, work and raise a family?
· Join in discussions— Council Redistricting, Boise Zoning Update, Eagle Road safety and more. In addition to our annual meeting, we have open quarterly meetings held the third Thursday of April, July, and January. Email us with your ideas for topics we may explore during one of these meetings.
ELECTION: We will elect new board members for the coming term. Interested in applying? Email us! Nominations also accepted at the meeting.
Energize Our Neighborhoods is a community collaboration to make all Boise neighborhoods unique and desirable. The City of Boise currently has 35 established neighborhood associations, Energize Our Neighborhoods partners with the associations to enrich the lives of our residents, enhance the identity in our neighborhoods and encourage a strong sense of community.