Boise Mayor David Bieter proclaimed the month of September, which is also National Neighborhood Month, as Neighborhood Month in Boise.
Mayor Bieter’s proclamation (see below) is part of the City of Boise’s Energize Our Neighborhoods initiative and kicks off a month of neighborhood events and social media challenges for Boise residents of all ages. 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.
“Boise’s neighborhoods are what make our city so successful,” Mayor Bieter said. “Each has a unique character that adds to the overall fabric of our city’s livability. This September, Energize Our Neighborhoods is bringing residents and neighbors together to celebrate and enhance the community each neighborhood enjoys. I hope everyone will join us and do their part to bring their neighborhood together.”
Below is a list of Energize Our Neighborhood events that are part of the Neighborhood Month celebration. Click here for more details on these events.
- September 1 – 23: Youth Art Contest
- September 9 – 15: HealthY Communities
- September 16 – 22: National PARK(ing) Day
- September 23 – 30: Community Involvement
- Sept. 6: Vista Presentation “The Vista Neighborhood – A Hidden History”
- Sept. 8: Exploring Boise’s Boundaries East End Neighborhood Tour
- Sept. 11: National Day of Service and Remembrance
- Sept. 12: State of the City
- Sept. 13: Vista Neighborhood Tour “Mid-century Magic”
- Sept. 16: National Neighborhood Day
- Sept. 20: Vista Neighborhood Tour “Famers, Bankers and Engineers: The Legacy of the Eagleson Family”
- Sept. 21: PARK(ing) Day - Unveiling of Mobile Engagement Van
- Sept. 22: Exploring Boise’s Boundaries West End Neighborhood Tour
- Sept. 28: National Good Neighbor Day & Energize Boise Celebration
- Sept. 29: Vista Neighborhood Tour “Vintage Vista”
About the City of Boise: Our vision is to make Boise the most livable city in the country by fostering vibrant communities, innovative enterprises and lasting environments on behalf of our nearly 225,000 residents. Visit cityofboise.org to learn more.