Updated April 1, 2019
ADA Transition Plan to Be Presented to ACHD Commission
April 3, 2019 at Noon
Ada County Highway District Auditorium
3775 Adams Street, Garden City
The Ada County Highway District (ACHD) has been updating its transition plan to ensure that all pedestrian facilities within the agency right-of-way are safe and accessible for all users. As part of this effort, ACHD has evaluated over 2,600 miles of sidewalk and 26,600 curb ramps and developed a plan to guide ACHD efforts to address inaccessible facilities.
Citizens Planning Academy
Wednesday, April 3, 6:00-7:30pm
University of Idaho Legacy Point Conference Room
Idaho Water Center
322, E Front Street, Boise
Free off-street parking is available in the Idaho Water Center and Ada County Courthouse garages. Session is free and open to the public.
You can now attend remotely! Join the Zoom meeting from any internet-connected device by clicking the following link: https://uidaho.zoom.us/j/236930382
The Citizens Planning Academy is a collaboration of Idaho Smart Growth and the University of Idaho's College of Law in Boise and Bioregional Planning Program. Monthly sessions are designed to help citizens become effective advocates on a wide range of planning topics. All sessions are free and open to everyone.
Please RSVP to email@example.com
Learn more at the Idaho Smart Growth website.
What Is a "Complete" Street and What Does It Mean To Me?
Monday, April 15, 2019
5:30pm | Meet & Greet
6:00pm - 8:00pm | Free Public Presentation
COMPASS 1st Floor Board Room
700 NE 2nd Street, Meridian
Often the different transportation modes – bikes, cars, freight trucks, buses, and more – are in competition for the same space, which has a significant influence on how we move within our transportation system and can lead to conflicts. This presentation provides an overview of how we can design our transportation system to be “complete” by supporting all types of transportation in a way that is safe, efficient, convenient, and comfortable.
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:
Thank you for your patience and partnership as we maintain a safe work zone!
If you have questions or comments email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact:
ACHD Project Manager
ACHD Construction Coordinator
ACHD Business/Community Relations Coordinator
Information about the project is available on ACHD’s website, at the following link:
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:
Julie Klocke, President
Thursday, May 9
Thursday, August 8
Thursday, November 7
All meetings will be at 7pm at the Collister Library.
Please join us!