City of Boise Survey on COMPASS Planning

Every four years, metropolitan planning organizations such as COMPASS undergo a federal review to determine if federal planning requirements are being met to ensure that federal transportation funding continues to flow to the region.

In May 2022, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Federal Transit Administration (FTA) will review the COMPASS regional transportation planning process. To help conduct the review, FHWA and FTA are soliciting public feedback and comments on COMPASS and its planning efforts.

District 5 Candidate Forum Video – 10/8

In case you missed this on Friday evening, the East End Neighborhood Association recorded the City of Boise District 5 Candidates Forum! Find the video at their Facebook page. Thank you for sharing East End NA!

You can also read about the event in the following BoiseDev article.

District 5 Candidate Forum-10/14

The City Club of Boise and League of Women Voters of Idaho, Greater Boise Area are partnering to host a public forum for candidates for Boise City Council on Thursday, October 14, 2021 at 12:00 p.m. MT via Zoom.

During the 2020 legislative session, the State passed a bill (HB413) requiring cities with populations over 100,000 people to create districts for City Council elections. For the upcoming 2021 election, Boise City Council seats 1, 3, and 5 will be up for election using the new geographic districts and for two-year terms. Click here for an interactive map to find your City Council district based on your address.

The forum will be held live on Zoom from 12:00 p.m. MT through 1:30 p.m. on October 14, 2021. This forum is free and open to the public, and will be recorded for broadcast on Boise State Public Radio and archived on the City Club of Boise YouTube channel.

All candidates who are in 2021 Boise City Council election contests have been invited to participate in the forum.  

You can register for this forum at the City Club of Boise website.

September 2021 West End Board Meeting

The September board meeting will be held the third Tuesday of the month, September 21st at 6:30 in Fairview Park.

A tentative agenda has been set as follows:

West End N.A. Board Meeting Agenda- September 21, 2021

Location: Fairview Park

6:30pm- Welcome to neighborhood members and attendees

6:35pm- Review of August Meeting Minutes

6:40pm- Committee Reports

Community Building- Seeking new chair

Halloween Event Subcommittee- Lindsey Ochoa

7:10pm- Communications- Cali Eby & Lauren Pennisi

7:20pm- Housing and Development – David Anderson

Overview of development notices

7:30pm- Fundraising and Grants – Brain K 

Sponsorship outreach for Halloween event

7:40pm- New Business

If you have other items you would like to discuss please email Board president, Chris Testa, at You can also request an item to be discussed at the meeting, adhoc items will be discussed after agenda items as time allows.

July 2021 West End Board Meeting

The July board meeting has been changed from the regular third Tuesday of the month, to next Tuesday, July 13th at 6:30 in Fairview Park.

Please join us, the agenda will include review of the winning logo and color drafts and calls for new committees and nominations for chairs.

If you have other items you would like to discuss please email Board president, Chris Testa, at You can also request an item to be discussed at the meeting, adhoc items will be discussed after agenda items as time allows.

West End Logo Winner!

We are pleased to announce the winning logo for the West End Logo Project by Kelly Knopp is Logo 3! This logo really captures the unique features of our neighborhood including the surf wave, the river and the Greenbelt, our proximity to other great parts of the city, while standing out from many of the other neighborhood logos. It was the clear preference among members with over 60% of the votes. 

We received 242 votes through an online survey and in person voting between May 15th through June 20th. The results are as follows:

West End Logo Vote Totals242
Logo 1208.26%
Logo 27430.58%
Logo 314861.16%

We will continue to work with the artist to colorize the winning logo design. Once completed, the neighborhood association will have full rights to the logo for use on future materials. The logo will be used for marketing on our website and other social media platforms, neighborhood swag, letterhead and hopefully sign toppers around the neighborhood (a grant application has been submitted). 

If you have any questions about this ongoing project, or the voting process, please contact us at

Bark in the Park June 12th

West End Neighborhood Association invites you and your friendly furry friends to Fairview Park for fun and games with our neighbors!

There will be a dog parade with awards, live music, lawn games for the humans, and a food truck (bring your own seating and refreshments – NO GLASS). Come visit with your neighbors and meet new ones!

We are looking for a few volunteers to help with set up, take down, and during the event. Please email if you are interested in helping out, and if you have a preference of time or task.

You can RSVP to the Facebook event page here.

Vote for our Neighborhood Association Logo

The West End Neighborhood Association received funding from the City of Boise to design a logo that represents our neighborhood. This logo may be used for things like street sign toppers, signage, the website, and other marketing material.

Local artist Kelly Knopp ( has designed three logos to choose from. Please indicate which of the three logo drafts you want to become our final logo. The vote will be open to all West End members through June 20th and up for discussion at the June 15th board meeting.

Logo 1
Logo 2
Logo 3