TOWN DESIGN REVIEW BOARD (TDRB) (Improvements/Exterior Paint)

Considering a home improvement project?  Shed? Patio? Pool? Fence? Hardscape? Per the governing documents, improvements requiring design review must follow the process set forth in the Residential Design Guidelines, Section 5.0. TDRB meetings are scheduled monthly and Design Review forms can be found on the website or in the Town Office.  The next scheduled meetings are Wednesday September 18th and Wednesday October 16th. If you are selecting new exterior colors for your home, c...

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GIVE A PINT OF BLOOD...GET A SLICE OF PIE Friday August 30th!

Valley Pies of Hidden Springs is sponsoring a Blood Drive on Friday, August 30th 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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GENTLE YOGA FALL 2019 - September 16th through November 20th - Just 3 spots left!

Based on the continued popularity of Gentle Yoga it will be offered again this fall, Monday and Wednesday mornings from 9:00 to 10:00 am at the Community Clubhouse.   The instructor, Casiana Larson is registered with Yoga Alliance as an RYT500 (registered yoga teacher-500 hour level) and has experience teaching all levels of yoga (prenatal, restorative, seniors) and experience teaching yoga to people with developmental and physical disabilities.   The cost is $60.00 per pe...

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BOISE FARMERS MOBILE MARKET Wednesdays from 5:00 to 6:30 pm

The Boise Farmers Mobile Market/Veggie Van visits Hidden Springs Wednesday evenings starting June 5th through August 28th from 5:00 to 6:30 pm. The van parks on W. Hidden Springs Dr. near the Merc. 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 others!  

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CC&RS - IMPORTANT REMINDERS!

The rules in a homeowners association are set to protect the safety and well-being of the members in the community, property values, and quality of life. It’s important for members to respectfully follow the CC&Rs, Bylaws and Community Rules. This month, the HSTA would like to remind residents: Your recreational vehicle can ONLY be parked in your driveway or the street in front of your house for short-term loading, unloading and cleaning (no more than 72 hours), Section 6.9 page...

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