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Groups seek public input on Downtown Boise 'wayfinding' system

The Capital City Development Corporation and the Downtown Boise Association will hold the second community meeting to gather input on the development of a wayfinding system for Downtown Boise.

The meetings will take place on two nights, Tuesday, June 10 and Wednesday, June 11. The meetings, which are open to the public, will be held at the Rose Room, 718 W. Idaho St., from 4 to 6 p.m.

To participate in the meeting, RSVP to 384-4264. The wayfinding system will involve a network of information, direction and identification signs that work in unison to help guide people to and throughout the downtown area.

To develop the Downtown Boise wayfinding system, CCDC and DBA are collaborating with partners that include the City of Boise, Valley Regional Transit, Ada County Highway District, Idaho Transportation Department, Idaho Smart Growth, Boise Convention & Visitors Bureau, the Boise Centre and the State Department of Tourism.

The initial wayfinding system will be focused on Downtown Boise but could be expanded in the future to include entry points and destinations within the larger community.

Find more about the project here