Property tax on your house keeps going up. But many commercial properties see a different story

Few topics garner more discussion in Idaho than property taxes. With the residential housing market climbing into the stratosphere in recent years, residential property owners, especially in high-growth areas like the Treasure Valley, are straining under the rise in their bills. Several factors influence these hikes, but one of the largest is the ongoing shift … Read more

Consultant helps Boise State evaluate conference future, records show: How the Broncos stack up

BoiseDev Exclusive A story BoiseDev members got first. Boise State continues to evaluate its options when it comes to conference affiliation – including paying an outside contractor this year to provide a profile of the athletic department and how it might look in conferences like the Pac-12 and American Athletic Conference. According to reporting from … Read more

Murgoitio park trade: Records shed new light on possible swap – and what the city can and can’t do

BoiseDev Exclusive A story BoiseDev members got first. All eyes are on Boise City Hall in the next few weeks to see if the city council will go through with a land swap proposal to trade a long-dormant park site outside city limits for foothills land. Public records obtained by BoiseDev shed new light on … Read more

Treasure Valley housing crisis causes ripples across economy, community

The Treasure Valley’s affordable housing crunch touches more than just individuals struggling to make their rent. Boise’s housing crisis is one of the major forces shaping the community and could play a major role in the economy in decades to come. As median Ada County home prices soar over the half a million mark and … Read more

Exclusive: ‘Boiseans need housing’: McLean & Clegg say Murgoitio site trade would help housing need, serve Boise taxpayers

BoiseDev Exclusive A story BoiseDev members got first. For the first time, Boise’s political leaders are explaining what they hope to see with the Murgoitio Park site in SW Boise. As BoiseDev reported, the city started a process to annex the 168-acre site and an adjacent property owned by the Boise School District into the … Read more

The role schools play in SW Idaho’s growth: location, bussing, and sprawl vs. density

In a few months, 1,300 students will pour through the halls of the brand new Owyhee High School on what was once farmland on the edge of Canyon County. This school, built with a maximum capacity of 1,800 students, stands ready to absorb new students gushing into the West Ada School District as Meridian booms. … Read more

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