A Boise neighborhood association is a group of community members who organize, share ideas, and cooperate to improve their neighborhood.
Membership is voluntary and open to all stakeholders, including neighbors, businesses, and other organizations within a neighborhood. The voluntary and open nature of a neighborhood association differentiates them from homeowners associations (HOAs), which are associated with individual subdivisions and typically compulsory.
At its inception in 2006, Pierce Park Neighborhood Association’s boundaries mirrored that of the Pierce Park Meadows subdivision. (See FAQ: Which Pierce Park neighborhood’s which?)
In 2015 the association realized many local businesses and residential neighbors in our community fell outside of those boundaries and likewise outside ANY Neighborhood Association’s boundaries. Recognizing the need for all of our neighbors to be included, the association applied to extend the boundaries to its current, more inclusive, borders.
Current Pierce Park Neighborhood Association area: