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NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS AND UPCOMING EVENTS

Updated November 19, 2018

 

 

State and Collister Intersection

Construction Update

We are officially moving right along for the first phase of the State and Collister project. The State/Collister project is being constructed in coordination with the State Street Bridge #1408 project (near North Street). The State Street Bridge #1408 project will replace the bridge over the Boise Valley Canal on State Street, west of the Collister/State intersection. Utility work for that project has already begun and the traffic swap happen, Saturday, November 17th. Traffic will be pushed to the south side of State Street to allow for work on the north side of State Street. ACHD will provide updates on that project as part of these emails.  


A word about Utility Relocations: 

Utility relocations will be ongoing throughout construction. These relocations are being done by several different utility companies. This work is done outside of the ACHD contract but in coordination with ACHD's work. It can often be a juggling act as numerous entities need to share or move in the same space. ACHD and the contractor work with these entities to coordinate and keep the project on schedule!

 

Ongoing Work: 

Business Access and access to local residence will be maintained. Look for the orange and black BUSINESS ACCESS signage showing the access points to the local businesses. 

  • Work on the Farmers Union Canal on the northern portion
    • Storm sewer canal crossing
    • Partial bridge removal
    • Removal of unsuitable materials
    • Foundation preparation
  • North State Street Improvements
    • Storm sewer installation
    • Preparations for temporary paving, paving is expected in early/mid December 

 

Please note, the schedule above is very dependent upon weather and may change. 

 

SAFETY IS KEY!

We want to remind you that safety is a team effort. The contractor is making all possible accommodations to provide a safe work zone for all users but we appreciate your help in the process. When in the work zone remember these important tips:

  • Stay alert and aware of your surroundings
  • Make eye contact with construction workers and flaggers
  • Follow posted signage 

Thank you for your patience and partnership as we maintain a safe work zone!

If you have questions or comments email projects@achdidaho.org or contact: 


Ryan Cutler
ACHD Project Manager
(208) 387-6202

 

Kadee Porter
ACHD Construction Coordinator
(208) 387-6290

 

Chelsea Holt
ACHD Business/Community Relations Coordinator 
(208) 387-6147

 

Information about the project is available on ACHD’s website, at the following link:

http://www.achdidaho.org/Projects/proj_intersection_state-street-and-collister-drive-intersection.aspx


You can sign up to receive ACHD's construction updates for the State and Collister project sent directly to your inbox at the following link: 

https://signup.e2ma.net/signup/1883646/1746597/

 



 

City of Boise: Community Conversations

During the previous series held in June and August, citizens from across Boise came together to discuss and chart Boise’s future by developing and exploring the four major themes of housing affordability, transportation, preserving what makes Boise so special and governance/transparency. 

 

This third series of Community Conversations delves deeper into housing affordability throughout the city. Residents will provide feedback on a variety of tools and techniques the city is considering implementing, which will help shape Boise’s future. 

 

The city will host two opportunities for the third series, with the second session including Spanish translation services. Both workshops are open to all Boise residents and each session will include the same material so residents only need to sign up for one session.

 

Workshop capacity has also been expanded, allowing more individuals to attend and share feedback. Interested residents should register no later than November 28th through the following links.

 

Community Conversation | Series Three, Session One 
Thursday, November 29
6:00 – 8:00 PM
Boise State University Alumni and Friends Center
1173 W University Drive, Boise, ID 83706
Free parking provided
REGISTER using the following link: 

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/community-conversations-series-three-registration-51560297237


Community Conversation | Series Three, Session Two
Saturday, December 1, 2018
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Boise City Hall, 150 N Capitol Blvd, Boise, ID 83702
Free parking provided 

REGISTER using the following link: 

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/community-conversations-series-three-registration-51560297237

 

Please email us at communityengagement@cityofboise.org if you have any questions.

 



City of Boise Police Department

Active Shooter Class

December 4 at 6:00 pm

 

Active shooter incidents are often unpredictable and develop rapidly. The Boise Police Department wants to help educate and prepare community members should an active shooter situation arise at their place of work, worship or recreation.  Join us December 4th at 6:00 p.m. at the Boise Police Department Headquarters to learn the warning signs and steps you can take to survive an active shooter situation.  Registration is required. Please bring photo ID, your printed ticket or e-ticket on your mobile device for entry. Please leave backpacks and other items at home. Small purses will be allowed.

Please contact Stephanie Kendall at skendall@cityofboise.org with any questions.

 

You must register to attend the class.  Please visit the online registration site at:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/boise-police-department-active-shooter-preparedness-december-2018-tickets-52371377199

 



 

Contact information

Julie Klocke, President

 

Collister Neighborhood Association
president@collistercna.org
Phone: 208-387-1887

 

Next CNA meeting

TBD