Below you will find a list of meetings and community events!
Due to the number of construction and bio-hazard closures this season, Town Council agreed to keep the pools open one more week!
Pool Monitors will ONLY be on duty weekends starting Monday August 21st. If a Pool Monitor is not at the pool and you need assistance or discover something resembling a bio hazard, please contact the Town Manager (208) 447-9427 or the Pool Supervisor, Jeanie Thomas 208-283-9092.
The sixth Working Town Council Meeting (WTCM) of 2017 was held June 13th. The meeting was called to order at 6:30 pm and business conducted as follows:
To read the entire WTCM Brief #6 CLICK HERE!
The fifth Working Town Council Meeting (WTCM) of 2017 was held May 16th. The meeting was called to order at 6:28 pm and business conducted as follows:
To read the entire WTCM Brief #5 CLICK HERE!
The Boise Farmers Mobile Market is coming to Hidden Springs Monday evenings 5:00 to 6:30 pm June 5th through September 27th in the Merc Parking Lot. Enjoy fresh, local, seasonal produce weekly from Peaceful Belly Farm, Ohana No-till Farm, Next Generation Organics, Fiddler’s Green Farm, True Roots Organics and more.
Thank you to the Farm Committee for helping HSTA bring the Boise Farmers Mobile Market to the community! Share the Work/Share the Harvest every Wednesday night at the community farm!
In response to the recent social media chatter, emails and letters regarding the community pools, HSTA has compiled some FAQ!
In 2014, The Idaho Legislature adopted Senate Bill 1310 which placed limits on fines issued by property owners’ associations. The law, which became Idaho Code Section 55-115, placed fining requirements on associations.
Under the new regulation many associations, including Hidden Springs, lost the ability to impose fines for violations of an association’s CC&Rs unless the authority to impose the fine was clearly set forth in the CC&Rs.
Therefore, as of July 2014, the HSTA board could not adopt fines through a resolution or some other act short of a full scale amendment to the recorded CC&Rs.
Losing this ability has made it difficult to enforce CC&Rs in the neighborhood. In pursuit of a solution, HSTA consulted with a property attorney for legal guidance on enforcing our CC&Rs. Read More.
The Hidden Springs Transfer Fee is ½ of 1% of the gross selling price*. The transfer fee is paid upon the initial purchase of the lot and then upon every resale.
The Transfer Fee funds are used to implement the protection, care and enhancement requirements for Conservation Easement lands (Hidden Springs Planned Community Ordinance Section 8-21A-5E).
Approximately 988 acres in Hidden Springs are designated as natural open space subject to the terms of a Conservation Easement (CE) held by Ada County. The Conservation Area includes:
Wetlands Dry Creek Corridor Currant Creek Corridor Uplands Farm and Orchard
The Hidden Springs Transfer fee may be used to provide funding for any of the following purposes: (1) the administrative and operating costs of the Town Association; (2) t
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