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“North End News” spring issue

The new issue of the North End News is here! It should be landing on your doorstep in the next week or two – hopefully nice & dry after the rainstorms have cleared out.

In the meantime, take a sneak peek here: North End News Spring 2018

Our newsletter is unique among Boise neighborhoods, and we are thrilled to have this community-building tool. If you are interested in helping with the newsletter (writing, taking photos, delivering a route, other ideas??), please contact the editor at stephanie@northendboise.org.

Third Annual Tiny House Tour of the North End

The Third Annual Tiny House Tour of the North End will be held on Saturday, October 10 (the second Saturday of October), from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.


Adult  –  $20 per person
Children 12 and under  – $10 per person
Family package (2 adults + 2 children)  – $50

Tickets available at Goody’s in Hyde Park, through www.boisehighstrings.com, or from any Boise High Orchestra student. They will also be available the day of the event at the registration table in front of Goody’s.

Tour books and maps can also be picked up at Goody’s the day of the event.

Proceeds support the Boise High School Orchestra.

Fire Dept training burn – June 9, 2011

Boise Fire Dept BadgeBoise Fire Department Training Exercise

To: The Neighbors of 1919 W. Jefferson

From: Boise Fire Department
Captain Paul Roberts

Subject: Training Exercise
June 9, 2011

Date: June 6, 2011

The Boise Fire Department will conduct a fire training exercise on June 9th, 2011 in your neighborhood. Anyone is welcome to observe.

What is a Fire Training Exercise?
It’s rare and welcome opportunity for firefighters to train using an actual structure fire. The fire will be closely monitored for safety. This opportunity provides your firefighters with realistic fire training that cannot be duplicated. Firefighters will be extinguishing controlled fires within the home.

What can we expect?
On June 9th beginning at 8:00 a.m., residents can expect to smell and see smoke in the area of 1919 W. Jefferson. There will also be times where residence might see fire in the residence of 1919 W. Jefferson. On the days prior to the training, Boise Fire Instructors will be in the neighborhood preparing the property. Please feel free to stop by and talk with us.

Why 1919 W. Jefferson?
The property owner has graciously agreed to allow the fire department to train on this property, which had already been slated for destruction and removal.

The Boise Fire Department takes great care to ensure this type of training is conducted in the safest possible manor. If you have questions, please feel free to contact me, Captain Paul Roberts, 573-7817.