Comments for “Southwest Boise Neighborhood Plan ”

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  1. Stringio

    Added March 22 2018

    Please improve the bike and walk path from top of Oregon Trail from Columbia Village to Bowler Park Site. The current path is very dangerous along the hillside and difficult for residents to navigate. Improving this trail would provide safe access to the the Green Belt and Bowler Park. Improving access will enhance opportunities for homeowners in CV to easily and safely access Green Belt for travel downtown.

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  2. Stringio

    Added March 22 2018

    Please add a pedestrian crosswalk here to ease transition of walkers and bikers along this micro path crossing. Increased safety and interest in exercise.

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  3. Stringio

    Added March 22 2018

    Please add a pedestrian crosswalk here to ease transition of walkers and bikers along this micro path crossing.

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  4. Stringio

    Added March 22 2018

    Please add a pedestrian crosswalk here to ease transition of walkers and bikers along this micro path crossing.

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  5. Stringio

    Added March 22 2018

    Please add a pedestrian crosswalk at this location. This point is end of a micro path that many residents use to travel throughout the subdivision. Is best place to provide children a safe place to cross for access to subdivision amenities

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  6. Stringio

    Added March 22 2018

    Need a sidewalk from Eagle Road to 5 mile Road. Multiple bus stops on Victory that causes kids to walk on the side of a very busy unlit road. I commute down Victory for work everyday and see kids in dangerous spots all time, plus there are new subdivisions populating the area which increases foot and bike traffic needs.. A sidewalk would improve this situation.

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  7. Stringio

    Added March 22 2018

    We need a safe pedestrian passage up to and over the overpass. I understand the overpass is not very wide but a curb with reflective marker signs to isolate pedestrians on the east side of the bridge would be a significant improvement.

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  8. Stringio

    Added March 21 2018

    Sidewalk along Lake Hazel from Valley St. to Five Mile. With added retail along Lake Hazel there is a need for sidewalks all along Lake Hazel on both sides of the road.

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  9. Stringio

    Added March 21 2018

    A sidewalk on the north side of victory between Cloverdale and Eagle would be great... connecting the two current sidewalk infrastructures would open biking opportunities in the area and making the trek safer for those biking and running it currently.
    Thanks!

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  10. Stringio

    Added March 21 2018

    The lack of bike lane along this tiny section causes hurried motorists to pass dangerously close to bicycles when the light turns green rather than wait the 5 seconds for the bike lane to start. Why on earth is the road narrower in just this little spot?

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  11. Stringio

    Added March 21 2018

    A bike lane along Maple Grove and Lake Hazel would connect hundreds of homes to the library and grocery store at Five Mile and Amity.

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  12. Stringio

    Added March 21 2018

    It's currently possible to stay in bike lanes and on back roads from Victory to downtown Boise with the exception of a small section of Orchard north of the freeway and the Americana hill. A consistent bike lane on Cole across the canal and through to Victory would connect hundreds of homes to this route and therefore to downtown Boise.
    The stretch between the fire station, across the canal, and on to Victory is very narrow and congested during commuting hours with only a very small shoulder and limited visibility. On Fridays it's even worse as the shoulder is frequently blocked by trash bins.

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  13. Stringio

    Added March 21 2018

    The sidewalks, on Cloverdale, between Overland and Lake Hazel, are far and few between. If my family wanted to take a walk or bicycle ride, it would be very unsafe down this road. The addition of sidewalks, down this whole road, would be great.

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  14. Stringio

    Added March 21 2018

    Sidewalks are needed to safely bike and walk to the new Y.

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  15. Stringio

    Added March 21 2018

    Sidewalks are needed to safely bike or walk to the new Y.

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  16. Stringio

    Added March 21 2018

    I would love to see a crosswalk with a signal at this location or at Brownstone.

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  17. Stringio

    Added March 21 2018

    If this section and Five Mile were improved, students east of Five Mile could safely bike and walk to school.

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    Added March 21 2018

    I would love to see sidewalks to make this a safe route for walking and for kids biking.

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  19. Stringio

    Added March 21 2018

    This part of the sidewalk to Lake Hazel Middle isn't very safe. The real sidewalk ends and turns to dirt. Then students have to walk/bike into the same area cars turn into without a dedicated walking path to the sidewalk in front of the school.

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  20. Stringio

    Added March 21 2018

    There is a walking path along 8 Mile Creek, it connects Hollendale to Hiawatha (the second street). It’s a great path but not good for bikes at the moment, paving it would make it far more accessible! Right now it’s a bit of a problem with goatheads. I am Working very closely with the landscaping company to make sure we conquer this problem. Any assistance to help with this would be awesome!

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  21. Stringio

    Added March 21 2018

    There is no sidewalk or bike lane on victory between five mile and cloverdale. We must drive to the library because we can't safely ride our bikes there without going all the way down to five mile close between Fred Meyer and the fire station. Last time I tried to ride south of victory on Cloverdale the sidewalks/bike lanes were not continuous so we must drive if we want to go that direction.

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  22. Stringio

    Added March 21 2018

    Surprise Way would be ok, but the bricks make it not so nice for bikes

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  23. Stringio

    Added March 21 2018

    It would be nice to have a safe East/West bike route. Victory is scary. And not easy to get to from the East

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  24. Stringio

    Added March 20 2018

    No side walk connecting from the west side of Hazelwood subdivision along Lake Hazel to Valley Street; with Lake Hazel Elementary so close, this is dangerous for any kids walking.

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  25. Stringio

    Added March 20 2018

    There is a stretch that has no sidewalk from Hazelwood to Walgreens on the north side of the road and also the south side of the road from Hazelwood Village to Jacksons. There are a lot of pedestrians that walk this path and need sidewalks to ensure safety.

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