Choose your area of interest and get involved on a ULI Idaho committee. There are standing committees that support the on-going activities of the district council and there are task forces in support of a specific community initiative. It is easy to be involved.
The Fiscal Year 16 Management Committee members are: Chair: Kent Hanway, President of CSHQA Treasurer: Wes Jost, Director of Idaho Real Estate for Zion’s Bank Vice-chair for Programs: Julie Marple, Director of the Development Group for the Northwest Real Estate Capital Corporation Vice-chair for Governance: George … Read More
Healthy Demonstration Corridors Nearly every community across the United States is plagued by auto-dominated arterials and commercial corridors that add pollution, ugliness, and danger to the metropolitan landscape. With a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, ULI will be investigating best practices to reinvent under-performing suburban and … Read More
Highlights of the September 10, 2014 Program: Infrastructure: Shaping the Competitive City Tom Murphy , ULI Senior Fellow, provided highlights … Read More
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is examining changes to the state urban renewal law for presentation in the 2016 Legislative Session. For more information go to: http://www.legislature.idaho.gov/sessioninfo/2015/interim/urban.htm. The next meeting of the committee will be held on October 19th
The work led by ULI Idaho to see how Vista Avenue could become a more healthy corridor is featured in the current edition of Urban Land. To see a description and photos go to: http://urbanland.uli.org/sustainability/creating-healthier-commercial-corridor-along-boises-vista-avenue.
How Housing Matters (http://howhousingmatters.org/) is the go-to place for the most rigorous research and practical information on how housing can contribute to: Better educational opportunities and outcomes for children. Stronger economic foundations for families and communities. Healthier people and neighborhoods. Funded by the John D. … Read More
Ed McMahon, who has been a keynote speaker at several ULI Idaho programs,appeared at a TEDx in Florida to explain how communities reap competitive advantages by establishing unique identities. See the video of his presentation.