Energize Our Neighborhoods
Neighborhood Investment Program
The Neighborhood Investment Program is a partnership between the City of Boise and City registered neighborhood associations. The program funds comprehensive neighborhood plans and capital construction projects to help enrich the lives of our citizens, enhance the identity and quality of life in our neighborhoods and encourage a strong sense of community. The program also funds mini-grants to support neighborhood communication and community-building.
- The next application period will open on November 1, 2018. Project applications will be accepted until January 31, 2019. Learn more
Community Visioning Events
A Visioning Event brings neighborhood residents together to develop a shared vision for where they live, work and play. No idea is too big or small - the goal is to think creatively and passionately about future investments that support the neighborhood's shared vision. Over the Spring, Summer, and Fall of 2018, the Energize team held multiple Visioning Events in the South Boise Village, West Bench, and West End neighborhoods to collect feedback from residents.
If you live in one of these areas, but did not have a chance to attend a visioning event, you can still provide your feedback in an online survey. Click on the link for your neighborhood below.
New Energize Neighborhoods
Building on the success of the work done in the Vista Neighborhood, the City of Boise, in partnership with Boise School District’s Community Schools initiative, neighborhood associations and private and public partners, is preparing to replicate the approach in a customized way for three new neighborhoods.
What is Energize Our Neighborhoods?
Energize Our Neighborhoods is a collaboration between Boise’s residents, public and private partners, and the City of Boise to keep our neighborhoods unique and desirable. This project focuses on aligning community resources to improve livability and make measurable change. Learn more.
"Working with residents to energize and enhance the livability of our neighborhoods."