Downtown Maintenance Matters
Maintenance Concern? Email the Downtown Maintenance Matters Team (MMT)
Maintenance concerns may include:
- Damage to
- Flower planters
- Streetlamp banners
- Tree grates
- Bicycle racks
- Parking meters
- Street lights
- Litter, overflowing garbage
- Weeds in tree grates
- Sidewalk tripping hazards
- Blocked storm drains
- Unhealthy trees
Thank you for your attention and report. Your maintenance concern will be addressed as soon as possible by the Downtown Boise Maintenance Matters Team sponsored by the City of Boise Parks and Recreation Department and the Downtown Boise Association.
Property owners are responsible for the removal of snow. The Downtown Maintenance Matters Team provides supplemental snow removal from sidewalks within the business improvement district whenever 1” or more of snow accumulates.
Emergency? Call 9-1-1
If police services are requested but it is a non-emergency situation, contact Boise Police dispatch 208-377-6790
Report a Crime Online: To report a crime that occurred in the City of Boise where no suspect information or immanent safety threat exists https://police.cityofboise.org/online-crime-reporting/
To contact the Downtown Boise Neighborhood Contact Officer Ed Moreno:
Email Officer Ed Moreno
Please report immediately to Boise Police non-emergency dispatch 208-377-6790. Graffiti must be reported, documented, and removed quickly to discourage its spread. It’s the responsibility of property owners to remove graffiti from their property.
The DBA coordinates installation of banners promoting non-profit, cultural, charitable, or civic events. Banner space is in high demand. For information, please contact Mel Khampha.
Other helpful links:
Ada County Highway District for road construction updates.
Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce
City of Boise
Capital City Development Corporation
ValleyRide Regional Transit