Coming soon - updates + info from the Historic Committee.

The North End is a Historic District. 

This handout covers what that means in terms of making changes to your home. 

When do you need CofA from the City? 

This handout covers a few common situations.

Helpful Resources

HPC Meeting Agenda    https://www.cityofboise.org/virtual-meetings        

  • Historic Preservation committee meetings are the last Monday of the month. They sometimes have an interesting work session at 5:30, before the 6pm meeting.            

  • Click on their agenda, then the HPC packet link to examine the plans and read the staff report. These are available about a week before the meeting.            

If you live in a historic district and are considering making changes to your home beyond basic repair, you likely need a Certificate of Appropriateness.




NENA is a non-profit organization serving Boise’s Historic North End since 1976.  NENA strives to represent, preserve, and protect the historic, social, cultural, and environmental character of Boise’s North End neighborhood.


Anyone who lives or works in the North End is automatically a member.

We engage neighbors in developing creative solutions for positive change.  We have fun celebrating and embracing the diversity of our neighborhood that is essential to civic unity.  We listen to, respond to, represent, and collaborate for our neighbors’ interests.

We welcome you to the North End!

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