NENA has many committees, each working on different areas of importance to the North End.  Committees meet separately from monthly public NENA meetings.  Committees volunteers are always welcome and a great way to meet your neighbors and get involved in the neighborhood!

Recruitment Committee: Prior to the annual meeting, or whenever a vacancy exists on the Board of Directors, this committee shall nominate persons for Board positions becoming or that are vacant. They shall also be responsible for recruiting and maintaining a list of all NENA members interested in volunteer activities.

Hyde Park Street Fair Committee: Help organize one of Boise's best traditions: the Hyde Park Street Fair! Started in 1979, the Fair has been a beloved annual tradition for generations with unique vendors, local eats & drinks, and two stages with killer lineups of music and entertainment.  

Communications & Outreach Committee: Responsible for the website, social media, community calendars, and other communications to keep neighbors informed and promote neighborhood events. 

Historical Preservation Committee: Keeps informed of historical preservation issues, including trees.

Planning & Zoning Committee (P&Z):
Serve as a conduit of P&Z topics relevant to the North End; understanding of P&Z processes helpful.  

NENA Aid Committee:  This committee works to identify charitable opportunities that best benefit North End families, neighbors, and organizations.

Bylaws Work Group:  Responsible for the process of bylaw revision.  Including best practices and compliance with Idaho Non-Profit Code.

Safe Streets Committee:  This committee works to ensure the North End has streets that are safe for all to enjoy.

Block 75 Committee: Gather and communicate the perspectives and interests of stakeholders related to Block 75, the currently-vacant block and site of undetermined future development bordered by 11th, 12th, Hays, and Fort streets, where the Downtown Teaching Farm is located.