Hidden Springs is a planned community on 1,844 acres in the Dry Creek Valley. Under the terms of the Hidden Springs Planned Community Ordinance (Section 8-21A-5E), no less than 810 acres of Hidden Springs property, designated as the “Open Space Area” are to remain open and free from development other than wildlife habitat improvement, trails and other recreational improvements, agriculture and agricultural operations and outbuildings. As of 2008, 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. Fifty-nine (59) acres of natural open space off Cartwright Road are not held in the CE. The plan divides the CE lands into five areas:
Wetlands Dry Creek Corridor Currant Creek Corridor Uplands Farm and Orchard
The Open Space Committee is a volunteer committee of Hidden Springs residents reporting to the Town Council. The committee is responsible for advising HSTA and the Town Council on matters pertaining to open space management in the community.
Are you interested in becoming a member of the Open Space Committee? Feel free to contact the HSTA office or attend an upcoming Open Space Meeting held the first Tuesday of every month in the Community Clubhouse starting at 6:00pm.
The Open Space program efforts include:
Direct dial the general office number 208-229-2323 and listen to the options or select ALL CONTACTS below.
Town Association Office
5876 W Hidden Springs Dr.
News & Announcements
Town Design Review
New Hidden Springs Residents
Homeowners Association Account
Mailboxes &Keys / Access Cards