'Public Lands' Tour to Visit Three Boise Neighborhoods Saturday, May 12 

click to enlarge VERONICA LEMASTER
  • Veronica LeMaster
Mention the phrase "public lands" in Idaho and most residents might think of vast amounts of protected acreage in rural settings. But a local chapter of the national nonprofit National Street Service wants more Boiseans to think about the public lands inside city limits that make up our neighborhoods. On Saturday, May 12, they'll accentuate the city's public lands with free trolley tours to celebrate what they say is "the value and potential of the streets in Boise."

With trolley tours departing between 1 and 5 p.m., attendees will visit three neighborhoods to "experience the street" in three different ways: "Reflection" at Vista Avenue and Targee Street, "Comfort and Protection" at the intersection of North Orchard and Denton streets in the city's Morris Hill neighborhood and "Ownership of the Streets" on Broad between Fifth and Sixth streets in the revived Central Addition neighborhood, home to Boise Weekly.

Sponsors promise free ice cream, food, drinks and family friendly activities throughout the afternoon at each location. 
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