HSTA STAFF UPDATE AND OPEN POSITION

Jeanie Thomas has resigned from her position as Assistant Town Manager to pursue new adventures. We wish Jeanie all the best and appreciate all her contributions to the community and dedication to the team for the last 3 years. If you are an enthusiastic team player with strong interpersonal and communication skills, detail oriented and organized, “get-it-done” individual looking for full time work, we are interested in meeting you! Currently accepting resumes for an Assistant Town ...

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COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT SURVEY

HSTA has $60K set aside for a Community Improvement Project. Since it has been 3 years since the last survey, Town Council wanted to gauge current interest and detractors for specific ideas as well as find out from the community if there are other projects to consider. Currently, the top ideas are: Dog Park, Gym Expansion, HS Drive Entrance Beautification, Shade Structures at the Pools, Recreational Courts, Outdoor Covered Areas. Responses will be collected until September 29th. Link to...

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IMPROVEMENTS REQUIRE TOWN DESIGN REVIEW BOARD APPROVAL

Considering a home improvement project (hardscape, shed, patio, fence, play structure, pool, landscape remodel, flagpole, etc.)? Per the governing documents, improvements require design review as 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 April 21st and May 19th.  Submissions are due the Friday before the meeting. If you are ...

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BARK & SPLASH FUNDRAISER September 22nd

Grab your furry family member(s) and head to the pool for a doggie swim party! Back by popular demand, the community pool will celebrate the end of the swim season by allowing dogs to enjoy their own dedicated swim time. A 30-minute Bark & Splash session is $10.00 and ALL proceeds benefit the Hidden Springs Library. Register For Your Bark & Splash Swim Session Today!

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DRONE USE (Ada County Ordinance No. 883//2018)

If you are operating a drone, please be aware of your surroundings, familiarize yourself with drone laws in Idaho (Ada County Ordinance No. 883//2018) and respect your neighbors’ right to privacy.  Flying a drone over private property can be construed as video voyeurism and/or disturbing the peace.  If you see a drone hovering over your property or a neighbor’s property, at a window or following a person, please call the Ada County Sheriff’s non-emergency line @ 208-...

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HSTA & HSSC ANNUAL REPORT

The Hidden Springs Town Association and Hidden Springs Sewer Company Annual Report includes HSTA financials (actual/budget), projects completed in 2020 and what's coming up in 2021, HSSC financials (actual/budget), projects completed in 2020 and what's ahead in 2021.  The information provided by the Association to its members is not to be considered public information, and may not be copied or further disseminated in any manner, including online via any website or social media plat...

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REPAINTING YOUR HOME?

If you are selecting new exterior colors for your home, complete and submit a Design Review and Exterior Color Selection form (available on the website or in the Town Office). Completed forms with paint chips can be dropped off at the Town Office any time.  Please allow 10 working days for this process. If you are painting your home using the existing colors (not changing anything), you do not need approval.

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FLAG POLES/FLAGS (Policy 1500/Idaho Code 55-115)

Temporary U.S. Flags may be mounted in flagpole holders attached to the front walls of a residential structure.  Temporary U.S. Flags must be removed from display by sundown of such display date to comply with U.S. Flag courtesies, procedures and etiquette. Such flags must be in good condition and any faded or torn flags must be replaced.  No banners or flags are permitted that advertise any commercial product or entity.* Seasonal flags must be removed within an appropriate time frame...

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STREETLIGHTS

The HOA is now utilizing AME Electric for the community’s street light service and repair.  The HSTA conducts a monthly inspection and reports any street lights in need of repair to AME.  If you notice a bulb out or damaged fixture, please email the information and location to hsta@hiddensprings.com.  As a ballast or bulb goes out, AME will be retrofitting the fixtures to LED.  LEDs are up to 50 percent more energy efficient than the high-pressure sodium bulb and are r...

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TENNIS COURTS LOCATED AT HIDDEN SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Hidden Springs Elementary School is the only elementary school in the Boise School District fortunate enough to have a tennis courts on school property. Principal Thaemert asked the Town Office to remind residents that the tennis courts are on school district property. Over the years, Principal Thaemert and Boise School District have been more than happy to share the courts with the community neighborhood.  Just like the other school facility buildings and grounds they are not open for pub...

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