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Foothills Levy Property Aquistions
(from Open Data Boise GIS)
on April 20, 2018.
updated 18 days ago.
In 2001, Boise voters passed a levy to fund conservation efforts in the Boise Foothills. The funds are used to protect open space lands through acquisitions, donations, conservation easements, or land exchanges with a focus on critical habitat, riparian corridors, rare plants, historic sites, and potential trail connections. This map contains polygon data representing all the real properties acquired or protected by the foothills levy funds. Most polygons follow parcel boundaries, but in a few cases where parcel data could not be acquired, generalized boundaries were digitized. The properties could have been purchased, exchanged, or granted conservation easements. Ownership can change as long as the protection stays intact. <div><br /></div><div>The polygon dataset was developed by City of Boise GIS staff under direction of the Boise Parks & Recreation Foothills and Open Space Manager. The data is maintained by the City of Boise and updated at the request of Boise Parks & Recreation staff, as changes to the data occur.</div><div><br /></div><div>For more information about the Foothills and Open Space Programs, please visit <a href="https://parks.cityofboise.org/open-space/" target="_blank">City of Boise Parks & Recreation</a>.</div>
Parks & Recreation Managed Properties (All)
(from Open Data Boise GIS)
on October 14, 2015.
updated about 1 month ago.
This is a polygon data set representing <b>City of Boise Parks and Recreation</b> data. A park is generally an area of land in a largely natural state, sometimes with grass, trees, paths, sports fields, playgrounds, picnic areas and other facilities, that is set aside and managed specifically for recreation use and enjoyment by the public. The features included in this polygon feature class are: parks, reserves, city maintained cemeteries, city maintained road rights-of-ways and greenbelt areas. <div><br /></div><div>This data set was created from a combination of Boise Parks and Recreation park and facility files and the Ada County Parcel records. This dataset was created by POWER Engineer's, Inc. and will be maintained by the City of Boise. This data set is updated at the request of Boise Parks and Recreation staff as changes to the park data occur. It is current to the date it was published.</div><div><br /></div><div>For more information about Boise parks and reserves, please visit<b> </b><a href="https://parks.cityofboise.org/parks-and-facilities/" target="_blank"><b>City of Boise Parks & Recreation</b></a>.<br /></div>