Land Use and Transportation Committee (LUTC)
The Land Use and Transportation Committee serves as a forum for the discussion and evaluation of land use and transportation development that affects the Boise Neighborhood. The Committee may also take a position in favor or in opposition to issues that effect the short and long term livability of the neighborhood.
Committee meetings are typically held on the fourth Monday 7pm of each month. The public is welcome and encouraged to participate. Check our calendar page for details of each month's meeting and agenda.
Committee members are: Ted Buehler, Sarah Cantine, Christopher Davies, Owen Gabbert, Sebastien Mistouflet, Diana Moosman, Carl Munz, Kay Newell, Stacee Wion
Click here for: Design Guidelines, Land Use Notices and Decisions, Demolition Notices, upcoming meeting agenda, Meeting Minutes, Development Project Designs
The Boise Neighborhood Communications Committee determines the most effective way to communicate with neighborhood members. Communications regularly uses Facebook, Nextdoor, MailChimp, physical fliers, and BNAPDX.com to share information to the community.
Are you interested in getting involved in the neighborhood but not sure what you can contribute? If you have a laptop, are good with writing/editing and/or social media, we need your skills! The BNA Communications Team meets twice a month for 1-2 hours to draft our email newsletter, make updates to our website and Facebook page as well as Nextdoor.com. This is a good way to keep up with what’s going on and to impact public involvement. Contact Communications Chair: Katy Wolf
Safety and Livability Team (SALT)
Past Safety and Livability related activities: litter pickups, the Neighborhood Spring Cleanup, graffiti cleanups. The team or officer is also a liaison to city resources for crime and safety. SALT Chairs meet monthly at NECN, and all meetings are open to the public.
If you are interested in getting involved or have questions/concerns - Contact SALT Chair: Katy Wolf