Neighborhood Reinvestment Grants
2014 Neighborhood Reinvestment Grants Program
What are Neighborhood Reinvestment Grants?
The Neighborhood Reinvestment Grant (NRG) program is a partnership between the City of Boise and the registered neighborhood associations.
The program funds comprehensive neighborhood plans and capital construction projects to help enrich the lives of our citizens, enhance the identity and quality of life in our neighborhoods and encourage a strong sense of community.
Projects funded through the Neighborhood Reinvestment Grant include:
- Public Art at Catalpa Park | Collister Neighborhood, 2001
- Borah Park Community Garden | Borah Neighborhood, 2010
- Controller Boxes Artwork | Downtown Boise Neighborhood, 2010
Traffic, Sidewalks & Accessibility
- Safe Way to School Sidewalk Placement | Southeast Neighborhood, 2004
- Boise Avenue ADA Curb Ramps | South Boise Village Neighborhood, 2010
- Accessible Dock at Quinn's Pond | Veteran's Park Neighborhood, 2005
- Amity Road Pedestrian-Bike Path | South East Neighborhood, 2009
Neighborhood Plans & Enhancements
- Neighborhood Plan | Central Bench Neighborhood, 1999
- Identity Signage at Beacon St. and Boise Ave. | Southeast Neighborhood, 2010
- Neighborhood Signs | Boise Heights Neighborhood, 1995
Parks & Playgrounds
- Whitney School Playground Enhancement | Vista Neighborhood, 2010
- Greenbelt Benches | Warm Springs Estates Neighborhood, 2000
- Morris Hill Park Playground Equipment | Morris Hill Neighborhood, 2009
- Bowden Park Playground Equipment | Depot Bench Neighborhood, 2007
Bird image from artwork funded by a Neighborhood Reinvestment Grant.