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Proposed Shoreline District
Boise's newly established

Shoreline District

The Shoreline Urban Renewal District holds opportunity to solve public infrastructure deficiencies in the Lusk Street neighborhood, revitalize the riverfront neighborhood and enhance the riverfront amenities and mobility corridor along the Boise River.

The City of Boise directed Capital City Development Corporation (CCDC), Boise’s redevelopment agency, to proceed with the Shoreline District formation process. Initial investigations began in early 2017, approved of by stakeholders and partner agencies, and formally adopted on December 18, 2018. The Shoreline District took effect January 1, 2019, and will remain an active district for 20 years, and terminate in year 2039.

What is Urban Renewal?

The process where a previously developed area is improved and rehabilitated into a vibrant urban neighborhood.

Proposing a District

Anticipated to be Boise’s next urban renewal district, the Shoreline Study Area holds opportunity to solve public infrastructure deficiencies and revitalize the area.

Be Part of the Process

Establishing a District is a multi-step public process that relies on input and feedback from the general public, key stakeholders, consultants, and agency partners.

To offer your opinion at any time on the proposed Shoreline District ― including ideas for projects you'd like to see happen ― please send us an email or submit your message through this form.

Share Your Thoughts

To offer your ideas for projects you’d like to see happen in the Shoreline Urban Renewal District, please send us an email or submit your message through this form.

Share Your Thoughts

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