Boise is growing!

And with growth comes change.

Below is a list of resources to help you keep track of the proposed and approved changes, and the opportunities to use your voice to positively affect changes in our neighborhood.



This newsletter is sent monthly to neighbors, providing updates on developments in the neighborhood and hearings on those developments.


Planning and Zoning Commission Meetings:

Hybrid Public Hearings: Hearings will be conducted in the Maryanne Jordan City Council Chambers, on the third floor of City Hall at 6pm. Instructions on how to attend and participate virtually can be found online at: you plan on providing comment, please sign in via Zoom. If you plan on “listening only” select the YouTube link.

    • Tuesday, September 20. 2022:  CUP22-00021 / Fly Boise! / 3401 N Collister Dr / A modification to a special exception to include outdoor recreation and alcohol sales on 0.95 acres in an R-1C Zone (Single Family Residential)
    • Monday, September 12, 2022: CUP22-00027, 4426 Catalpa DriveConditional Use Permit (CUP) to build an addition onto Collister Elementary on 4.46 acres in R-1A zone.
    • Monday, September 12, 2022 (deferred from Monday, August 1, 2022): CUP22-00003, 6202 W. State StreetThe “Z” Zamzow Event Center is requesting an occupancy change from A3 to A2 to accommodate the use of space for a banquet hall.
    • Monday, September 12, 2002 (deferred from Monday, July 11, 2022): CAR21-00035 and SUB21-00053: 5807 W. Hill RoadBend Subdivision, annexation and rezone of 5807 W. Hill Road into the City of Boise. Property to be combined with 5727 W. Hill Road for subdivision. Proposal for the construction of 54 buildable lots on 8.03 acres.

City Council:

The public can participate virtually through Zoom or YouTube. At this time there are no City Council hearings scheduled for proposed projects within the Collister Neighborhood Association.

City Zoning Rewrite:

Keep up to date on the zoning rewrite efforts by visiting Involvement | City of Boise.


(ACHD) – ACHD is responsible for planning, construction, maintenance and improvements to Ada County’s local roads and bridges (excluding state highways).  This means cities do not control their own streets in Ada County. Our neighborhood is in District 3.