TOWN MEETING - Wednesday June 13th 6:30 pm at the Clubhouse

TOWN MEETING – Wednesday June 13th 6:30 pm at the Clubhouse.  This is an informational meeting with community, council and committee updates.  HSTA has invited representatives from the Ada County Sheriff's Office to attend to answer questions regarding community safety, recent break-ins (cars and homes), importance of reporting to ACSO and speeding.

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2018 HS SWIM CLUB - REGISTER NOW!

Over its 12 years, the HS Swim Club has had hundreds of resident kids through its extremely successfully program. These kids have built relationships, confidence, learned life skills in the water, and had a blast doing it. Many have loved it so much they've gone on to high school and/or year-round club teams! For Hidden Springs residents age 6 - 18, ALL ability levels are welcome. Registration forms are at: HiddenSpringsSwimClub.com, the HSTA office, the Merc, and the Library. ...

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CRUISIN' HIDDEN SPRINGS - CAR SHOW, FOOD TRUCKS, & MUSIC! Saturday June 2nd

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Car Show Registration / W. Hidden Springs Dr. 8:00 to 10:00 am D&B Breakfast Bar fundraiser for DCHS / W. Hidden Springs Dr. 8:30 to 10:30 am Show & Shine / W. Hidden Springs Dr. 10:00 am to 1:00 pm K-9 demonstration 10:30 am Food Trucks (Dutch Bros Coffee, Rusty Dog, Cup Bop) / W. Hidden Springs Dr. 10:00 am to 1:00 pm Award Presentation Concerts / W. Hidden Springs Dr. 1:00 to 2:00 pm ROAD CLOSURES / NO PARKING – Saturday June 2rd from 7:0...

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HSTA EVENTS & AMENTITIES

Recently the Town Office has received a number of questions regarding community events and amenities in relation to our Cartwright Ranch neighbors. The information below should answer many of the questions. Hidden Springs residents are members of the Hidden Springs Town Association (HSTA). Hidden Springs residents paid transfer fees and quarterly dues which fund operating expenses for the Hidden Springs community.  The HOA and its members (aka residents) are supported and...

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OFF LEASH & UNCONTROLLED PETS

Another reminder to those residents who continue to allow their dogs to roam, refuse to acknowledge their pet is not under their control, barks when cold or lonely, or poops anywhere but their own backyard.     HSTA respectfully asks you to consider the following:  Be neighborly – don’t leave the dog out in below freezing temps to bark for attention; when you see someone ahead of you on a trail, leash your dog until you pass; do not allow your dog to approa...

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