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Streetscape & Community Initiatives

Construction in Downtown Boise is an exciting and positive testament to the city's growth and progress. With numerous construction projects underway, the downtown area is experiencing a vibrant transformation that reflects the vitality and economic prosperity of the region. These efforts are revitalizing the city's infrastructure, creating modern and sustainable buildings, and expanding opportunities for businesses and residents alike. This development boom is not only enhancing the aesthetic appeal of Downtown Boise but also providing new spaces for retail, dining, entertainment, green spaces, and housing options, catering to the evolving needs and preferences of the community; learn more about the projects and the partners behind the growth!

Ada County Highway District (ACHD) - Road Closures & Updates

You'll find the most up to date information on the public highway system in the county including daily updates on current projects and road closures as well as information on future road work. For more information, visit Ada County Highway District Online.

Bannock Street Neighborhood Concept: ACHD is developing a concept design through the Bannock Street Neighborhood Concept Study, which includes exploring bicycle and pedestrian improvements, enhanced crossing opportunities, and maintenance improvement along Bannock Street.

City of Boise - "Boise on the Block" Concept

Boise on the Block is a program that was created to help Boise businesses and restaurants remain open as our community was recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic. Boise City Council recently approved a concept redesign to keep two City-owned blocks of 8th St downtown closed to car traffic to enhance safety for disabled and vision-impaired community members. For more information, visit City of Boise website.

Various Projects Under Construction. 

1. The Sparrow/ 2. 12th & Idaho (residential)/ 3. Hotel Renegade/ 4. The Broadstone Saratoga/ 5. Block 68/ 6. Smith Block Building

Other projects that weren't highlighted above include 521 Grove Street, Rebuild 11th Street Block, The Avery Hotel, Rebuild Linen Blocks.

CCDC has many projects on the horizon, you can visit their website to learn more.

Another source of project updates, check our BoiseDev's project tracker, here. 

As construction progresses, Downtown Boise is poised to become an even more vibrant and dynamic destination, attracting visitors and fostering a sense of pride among its residents.