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Boise Kind Day 2019

We know two things to be true: Boiseans are kind and they love their community. Boise Kind Day was a shining example of both! Thank you to the hundreds of volunteers who came out on a beautiful Saturday morning to pick goatheads in the Boise Foothills, spruce up parks and community gardens, and prepare Zoo Boise's newest exhibit, the Gorongosa National Park exhibit, for its grand opening in a few weeks. Boise Kind Day was a success because of all of you! #BoiseKind

Posted by City of Boise on Monday, June 24, 2019

New Compost Pick-Up Site in West Boise

We now have TWO locations for residential compost customers to pick up compost! A new pick-up location in West Boise (12142 W. Joplin Road) near Chinden and Cloverdale is open and stocked with compost. The new site joins the existing location at the Idaho Botanical Garden. Check out this video about how we turn your waste into compost and how to pick it up to use at your home. #boisecomposts http://bit.ly/2ZkJ5va

Posted by City of Boise on Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Boise State - Boys & Girls Club | Boise Kind Chant!

Thank you Boise State University and Boys & Girls Clubs of Ada County for showing kindness in our community! "BOISE....STATE!" - "BOISE...BE KIND!" #boisekind

Posted by City of Boise on Friday, June 21, 2019

Boise Kind Day 2019

We know two things to be true: Boiseans are kind and they love their community. Boise Kind Day was a shining example of both! Thank you to the hundreds of volunteers who came out on a beautiful Saturday morning to pick goatheads in the Boise Foothills, spruce up parks and community gardens, and prepare Zoo Boise's newest exhibit, the Gorongosa National Park exhibit, for its grand opening in a few weeks. Boise Kind Day was a success because of all of you! #BoiseKind

Posted by City of Boise on Monday, June 24, 2019

Neighborhood Investment Program

The Neighborhood Investment Program provides funding for improvements in neighborhoods across the city that enrich the lives of residents, enhance quality of life and encourage a strong sense of community. Last year through this program, part of the Energize Our Neighborhoods initiative, the City of Boise approved 21 capital projects worth $808,200 to 15 unique neighborhood associations across the city. Join us tomorrow from 12-1 p.m. at Magnolia Park (7136 N. Bogart Ln.) to learn about the capital projects being awarded this year to neighborhoods across Boise. http://bit.ly/2JYDnZP

Posted by City of Boise on Tuesday, July 23, 2019

How To Use A Roundabout

Robbins Roundabout, located at Fort, Robbins and 3rd Streets, will open Wednesday morning. Learn more about navigating this roundabout and others in our community. cityofboise.org/robbins

Posted by City of Boise on Tuesday, August 6, 2019

Household Hazardous Waste - Collection Sites

Many chemicals in your home including paints, pesticides and lithium batteries are too dangerous to throw into the regular trash. We offer free collection of household hazardous waste at 15 mobile locations around Ada county. Learn more about accepted hazardous materials and where to take them: cityofboise.org/hhw

Posted by City of Boise on Wednesday, August 7, 2019

Best Places to Take Your Dog in Boise

The City of Boise offers a wide variety of opportunities for dogs to run and play off-leash. In addition, Together Treasure Valley Dog Island which recently opened is a great place to let your dog run around and cool off. Learn about a variety places to take your four-legged friends: cityofboise.org/dogparks #NationalDogDay

Posted by City of Boise on Monday, August 26, 2019

Boise Kind - City of Boise

#BoiseKind recognizes that our humanity and how we treat each other is just as essential as any other part of our city. A special thanks to everyone who participated in the inaugual Boise Kind Day! #SOTCBoise https://boisekind.cityofboise.org/

Posted by City of Boise on Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Composting Your Leaves

Start composting your leaves. Leaves are collected year-round in your compost carts so you can start setting them out as soon as they drop. Fill your carts first, then put any extra in paper leaf bags and set on your curb for collection day. We will collect up to 10 bags per week. http://cityofboise.org/curb-it

Posted by City of Boise on Thursday, October 17, 2019

BUGS - Environmental Stewards

At the Boise Urban Garden School (BUGS), we’re teaching the next generation of Boiseans the importance of growing healthy foods and how to create delicious and nutritious dishes in the kitchen. Last year, farmer Dave pulled 2,300 pounds of fresh fruits and vegetables from the BUGS garden! The produce was sent home with community center students and used in our culinary classes. Learn more about our unique programming and get involved: https://bee.cityofboise.org/visit/bugs/

Posted by City of Boise on Tuesday, October 29, 2019