FIRE PIT, CHIMNEY, AND BARBECUE PIT SAFETY AWARENESS

As we head into the summer, remember to abide by the following North Ada County Fire safety guidelines: In the foothills, ALL fire pits, outdoor chimneys, barbecue pits must have a spark arrestor (metal screen) to contain the fire and its embers. NO person shall allow the burning of materials to emit large volumes of smoke or odors.  NO burning shall take place on days when adverse weather conditions create a hazard.

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AQUA ZUMBA/WATER AEROBICS

Aqua Zumba/Water Aerobics will be offered three days a week at the Clubhouse Pool again this year.  Classes will be held on Monday and Wednesday mornings from 9:00 to 10:00 am and Fridays from 8:00 to 9:00 am from June 24th through August 30th.  The cost is $65.00 per person for the 10-week session.    Casiana Larson will return again this year with new routines and music!  In order to hold the class, a minimum of 20 residents (Class maximum is 30) must be signed ...

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HIDDEN SPRINGS SEMINAR SERIES May 1st and 13th

ID Theft & Scam Prevention! Wednesday, May 1st at 7:00 pm at the Clubhouse.  Representatives from the Ada County Sheriff's Office and Better Business Bureau discuss ID Theft and Scam Prevention. Learn some tips and tricks to prevent yourself from being a victim!   Save money and keep your grass green this summer! Monday May 13th at 7:00 pm at the Clubhouse.  Representatives from SUEZ Water and Zamzows will share ways to keep your lawns green during the hot summer mo...

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GIVE A PINT OF BLOOD...GET A SLICE OF PIE May 7th

Valley Pies of Hidden Springs is sponsoring a Blood Drive on Friday, May 11 from 12:00 to 6:30 pm at the Community Club House, 5525 W. Hidden Springs Dr. Please sign up at https://www.redcrossblood.org/ (code: HiddenSprings) and help us support this great cause.   Give blood and enjoy a delicious home-made slice of pie!  

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NOT ALL DOGS ARE FRIENDLY AND NOT ALL PEOPLE LOVE YOUR DOG LIKE YOU DO!

The following applies to ALL pets (dogs, cats & chickens) per Section 6.10 Animals/Pets of the Hidden Springs Master Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs).   Do Not Let Them Roam Freely - When they are not confined on your property, pets must be leashed at all times. There has been an increase in aggressive and dog bite incidents reported to the Town Office and Animal Control. Pick Up After Them - Immediately remove any pet waste from public or ...

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HIDDEN SPRINGS FIRE STATION

Recently the HSTA was contacted about staffing of the Fire Station in Hidden Springs, emergency response times and insurance rates and forwarded our inquiry to North Ada County Fire & Rescue.   In response, the North Ada County Fire and Rescue District Board of Commissioners let us know that the District is about to start a Strategic Planning effort with Boise City Fire to talk about staffing in the Dry Creek Basin and also in Garden City proper.   In the past the tax b...

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NEW WATER TANK CONSTRUCTION

Suez mailed a letter to all residents regarding an improvement to the water system in the Dry Creek Valley. Their contractors, Dahle Construction and The Core Group, have begun work on the new Hidden Springs #2 and Neville Ranch (aka Cartwright Ranch) Reservoir that will be constructed next to the existing Hidden Springs Reservoir. When the new reservoir is complete, it will increase the available water storage to the area, reduce possible service disruptions and maintain fire flow reserves for...

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