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City of Boise, Idaho

These are all the open meetings we have for "City of Boise, Idaho". Meetings are grouped into the series you see here. Individual meeting pages have the video, transcript, and other info.

Historic Preservation Commission Meetings

No description provided.
  • 25 meetings
  • latest Nov 2022
  • 18 participants
  • 2 hours
  • 1 per month
approval
consent
ordinances
ratifications
deliberations
policies
objections
council
environmentally
proceeding
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Planning and Zoning Commission Meetings

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  • 40 meetings
  • latest Nov 2022
  • 27 participants
  • 3 hours
  • 1 per month
boiseians
plannings
conservancy
policymakers
urbanization
practicality
complicating
ordinances
considerate
incentivizing
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Boise Districting Commission Meeting

No description provided.
  • 7 meetings
  • latest Nov 2022
  • 14 participants
  • 1 hour
  • 2 per month
districting
districted
redistricting
districts
legislature
councilmen
ordinances
precincts
elections
annexing
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Parks and Recreation Commission

No description provided.
  • 14 meetings
  • latest Nov 2022
  • 12 participants
  • 50 minutes
  • 1 per month
commissioners
councilmember
commission
boise
officials
welcomed
citizens
come
goers
adjournment
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City Council Meetings

No description provided.
  • 170 meetings
  • latest Nov 2022
  • 15 participants
  • 2 hours
  • 1 per week
administrations
appropriations
facilities
reorganizing
councilwork
budgeting
libraries
commissioning
editions
annexing
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Design Review Committee Meetings

No description provided.
  • 27 meetings
  • latest Nov 2022
  • 16 participants
  • 2 hours
  • 1 per month
building
constructed
facility
approvals
architecturally
enclosures
townhome
ordinances
inspections
easement
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Special Events Team Meetings

No description provided.
  • 30 meetings
  • latest Nov 2022
  • 18 participants
  • 1 hour
  • 2 per month
opera
attendees
boisehunfest420
officials
appointment
announcements
meet
extravaganza
concert
reconvene
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Art & History Commission Meeting

No description provided.
  • 5 meetings
  • latest Nov 2022
  • 13 participants
  • 1 hour
  • <1 per month
conversations
meet
chatted
greetings
invited
quorums
attending
ready
comments
chairwoman
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Open Space and Clean Water Advisory Committee

No description provided.
  • 11 meetings
  • latest Nov 2022
  • 5 participants
  • 35 minutes
  • 7 per year
adjourning
approving
madam
legislature
committee
comments
ellen
revise
bye
awaiting
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Public Works Commission

No description provided.
  • 16 meetings
  • latest Nov 2022
  • 10 participants
  • 2 hours
  • 1 per month
councilmember
commissioners
elected
boiseans
officials
legislature
appoint
committee
welcomed
come
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Airport Commission

No description provided.
  • 14 meetings
  • latest Nov 2022
  • 8 participants
  • 45 minutes
  • 1 per month
permitting
faa
officials
stewards
oversees
proceeding
inspections
bulletins
convene
phoenix
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Citywide Advisory Committee Meetings (for Zoning Code Rewrite)

This playlist includes all videos for the Citywide Advisory Committee for the City of Boise's Zoning Code Rewrite, which meets monthly. The City of Boise’s Zoning Code Rewrite is a two-year process that involves revising the city's zoning code, which has not been updated in over 55 years. In revising the zoning code, the city hopes to create solutions for more affordable housing, better public transit, mixed-use activity centers, and a more connected and equitable city. To achieve this vision, Mayor McLean selected 20 community members for the Citywide Advisory Committee for the Zoning Code Rewrite. These 20 members represent the diverse array of geographies and people that comprise Boise. Additionally, this committee serves in an advisory capacity for the Zoning Code Rewrite process by reviewing materials, making recommendations, and providing new ideas that will help ensure the city achieves its goal of Creating a City for Everyone.
  • 23 meetings
  • latest Oct 2022
  • 17 participants
  • 2 hours
  • 9 per year
councilors
deliberations
ordinances
planning
guidelines
citywide
governance
initiatives
apprised
boiseans
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Boise Public Library Board Meetings

No description provided.
  • 13 meetings
  • latest Oct 2022
  • 12 participants
  • 1 hour
  • 1 per month
approving
okay
greet
comments
attendees
voting
proceedings
reconvening
taking
madam
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CID #1 Harris Ranch

No description provided.
  • 23 meetings
  • latest Sep 2022
  • 6 participants
  • 30 minutes
  • 1 per month
district
budgeted
taxpayer
charges
county
approvals
commissioners
1103
appraisal
homeowners
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Ethics Commission

No description provided.
  • 1 meetings
  • latest Jul 2022
  • 4 participants
  • 5 minutes
commissioners
approved
quorum
jurisdiction
church
minutes
adjourn
decision
schedule
boise
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Development Impact Fee Advisory Committee

No description provided.
  • 8 meetings
  • latest Jun 2022
  • 8 participants
  • 1 hour
  • 7 per year
council
boisepd
permitting
policing
departments
decisions
planning
report
minutes
adjourned
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Idaho Land Board

No description provided.
  • 4 meetings
  • latest Mar 2022
  • 17 participants
  • 1 hour
  • 3 per year
officials
governors
administers
appointees
supervisors
approving
notices
secretary
staff
come
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Shelter Better Task Force

No description provided.
  • 8 meetings
  • latest Sep 2021
  • 14 participants
  • 1 hour
  • 1 per week
taskforce
revisiting
discussions
tasked
shortly
challenges
concern
planning
councilmen
proactively
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Zoning Code Rewrite Public Kick-Off

Recordings from the City of Boise's Zoning Code Rewrite Public Kick-Off events in early November. Discussion includes: introductions for the city project team and project consultants, a review of the city's current zoning code, the zoning code rewrite process, and three interactive activities addressing community concerns, trade-offs, and future solutions that may be accomplished through an updated zoning code.
  • 7 meetings
  • latest Apr 2021
  • 17 participants
  • 2 hours
  • 1 per month
welcomes
citizens
mayor
residents
council
community
boise
ordinances
planners
insightful
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