CTNA 2nd Quarter Board Meeting
April 20 @ 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
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 park spaces. Community engagement and feedback can also be gathered to prioritize improvements.
- 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