Updated May 16, 2018
ACHD needs your input on funding and spending priorities. Faced with growing needs for better signal timing, for more efficient intersections and roads, and for expanded pedestrian and cycling facilities, the Ada County Highway District is asking the public about spending priorities -- and the willingness to pay for more service and projects.
The ACHD Commission wants input as it considers investments for the future. Alongside an ongoing telephone survey of Ada County citizens, an online survey is available at www.achdidaho.org for those who wish to weigh in.
Link to survey: http://www.achdidaho.org/Departments/PR/fundingsurvey.aspx
Input from the surveys will inform the Commission’s upcoming decisions on the annual budget as well as the longer range plans concerning big dollar improvements – road expansions, intersection upgrades, bridges, and neighborhood-level programs and projects. The online survey closes on May 25.
Planning and Zoning--ZOA18-00001 and ZOA18-00002
The City of Boise is proposing several major changes to zoning and notice provisions.
See the proposed zoning changes here:
You may submit comments to email@example.com
No hearing date has yet been set.
Phase 2 and What to Expect:
The temporary paving along the south side of State St. is nearly complete which means construction will be moving to phase 2.
Here are some of the important changes that will occur when the second phase begins:
Business Access Maintained!
Business access within the project limits will be maintained. There will be business access signage to let commuters know the access points. ACHD encourages you to continue to visit the businesses in this area.
Left Turns from State
When construction moves into Phase 2 left turn movements will be removed directly from State St. at the intersection. This is expected to occur as early as the morning of March 23rd. Message boards were placed on March 12th at the following locations:
Westbound: just west of Lemp to remind commuters to turn at Whitewater
Westbound: near State and 27th to remind commuters to turn at 27th
Eastbound: west of Collister (near the Edgewater Apartments) to remind commuters to turn at Collister. There will also be a message board for both EB and WB traffic at the intersection.
Contact Us: Visit the website at the following link:
or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chelsea Holt Business and Community Relations Coordinator 208.387.3147
This project is anticipated to complete October 2018.
Collister Neighborhood Annual Picnic—Thursday, June 7, 2018, 5:30 pm to 8 pm.
Julie Klocke, President