The Centennial Neighborhood Association (CTNA) is a volunteer organization that represents the residents and businesses of the Centennial Neighborhood in Boise, Idaho. Your CTNA works to make Boise and the Centennial neighborhood a better place to live, to work, and to raise a family.
Some of the activities and services that the CTNA provides are:
- Hosting quarterly/annual meetings and events, such as National Night out, to foster community engagement and social interaction.
- Advocating for the neighborhood’s interests and concerns on issues such as crime and safety, zoning and development, traffic and transportation, parks and recreation, and more.
- Communicating with city officials, police officers and other stakeholders to address the neighborhoods needs and priorities.
- Providing information and resources to the neighborhood members on various topics, such as how to contact the police, how to report hate crimes, how to protect your home and more.
Anyone who lives (owner or renter), owns a business or property within the Centennial neighborhood boundaries is automatically a member of CTNA. To be an active member only requires attendance at meetings or supplying your address and email information for CTNA’s mailing list. The CTNA board consists of elected officers and appointed committee chairs who provide leadership and guidance for the association. The CTNA also collaborates with other neighborhood associations and organizations in Boise to promote a livable and vibrant city.
If you are interested in learning more about the CTNA, you can visit their website centennialna.org, follow them on Facebook [Centennial Neighborhood Association], or contact us by email at email@example.com. CTNA is always looking for new members, volunteers, and ideas to improve our neighborhood and the city.
Regularly scheduled board meetings are held the 3rd Thursday of January, April, and July with the Annual meeting held in October.