The Centennial Neighborhood Association (CTNA) is an all-volunteer-run organization in Boise, Idaho that works to improve the quality of life for residents in the Centennial neighborhood. The Association was founded in 2019 and is one of 35 Neighborhood Associations in Boise.

The CTNA board provides leadership and guidance for the Association to ensure that the organization’s efforts are aligned with the needs and priorities of the community. CTNA plans to create a neighborhood survey to gauge the prominent issues community members are most concerned about.

What is the difference between a Homeowner’s Association (HOA) and a Neighborhood Association (NA)?
Homeowner’s Associations collect dues, maintain common areas and architectural controls.
Neighborhood Associations are volunteer groups that focus on general advocacy and community events and are a voice between the community and the city.
A single Neighborhood Association is made up of residents from more than one Homeowner’s Assocation, businesses, and residents that do not belong to any Homeowner’s Association at all.
For more information about these differences, visit https://www.cityofboise.org/programs/energize/hoa/

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Anyone who lives, works, or owns a business within our Centennial Neighborhood is an association member.