Financial Help Available for Idaho Renters

June 16, 2020By Ann UpchurchNews

For Immediate Release Benjamin Cushman, Media Media Contact at Idaho Housing and Finance Association Financial Help Available for Idaho Renters (Boise, Idaho, June 15, 2020) Idaho renters affected by COVID-19 may be eligible for financial assistance through Idaho Housing and Finance Association’s Housing Preservation Program. The program, which is available only to renters, provides short-term … Read More

Capitol/Franklin Exterior Brick Sealant Project

March 19, 2020By Ron BarstowNews

The Boise City Housing Authority invites sealed bids from qualified contractors for the Capitol/Franklin Exterior Brick Sealant Project at Capitol Plaza – 700 W. Cunningham Pl., Boise, ID  83702, and Franklin Plaza – 1555 W. Franklin St., Boise, ID  83702.  The work consists of:  Application of a penetrating Silane Siloxane sealant to the exterior brick … Read More

Streamside Duplex Bathroom Remodel

March 19, 2020By Ron BarstowNews

The Ada County Housing Authority invites bids from qualified contractors for the Streamside Duplex Bathroom Remodel Project at 5905/5907 Streamside Pl. Garden City.  The work consists of: Complete bathroom (2) remodels (one bathroom in each unit) as described in the specifications prepared by Ada County Housing Authority. BID Documents REVISED – Streamside Bathroom Remodel Bid … Read More

RAD Consultant RFP

March 13, 2020By Ron BarstowNews

The Boise City Housing Authority of Boise, Idaho (BCHA) hereby invites independent Contractors to submit proposals for consulting services to evaluate the feasibility and applicability of implementing a Rental Housing Demonstration Program more commonly referred to as “RAD”; and assist in the submission of an application to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) … Read More

Moore Street RFP

November 20, 2019By Ron BarstowNews

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS The Boise City Housing Authority (BCHA) is inviting qualified housing developers to submit an application for Development Services for the development of affordable multifamily housing units to serve low to moderate income families at 3119 West Moore Street, Boise, Idaho. Interested housing developers may obtain the “Request for Development Services” RFP information … Read More

U.S. Department of Justice Awards BCACHA $300,000 for Transitional Housing Assistance Program

August 28, 2019By Ann UpchurchNews

The U.S Department of Justice recently announced award of $300,000 for Transitional Housing Assistance, through the Office on Violence Against Women, to the Boise City/Ada County Housing Authorities (BC/ACHA). The funds will be used to continue the operation of a Transitional Housing Program that provides 6-24 months of housing and supportive services for victims who … Read More

Valor Pointe Groundbreaking

July 23, 2019By Ann UpchurchNews

On July 22, partners in the Valor Pointe development on State Street broke ground on the site which will be a 27-unit supportive housing community for area veterans currently experiencing homelessness. “Valor Pointe is the second housing development in our city that utilizes the Housing First model, providing community members with a secure and stable … Read More

Housing Choice Voucher (Section 8) Waiting List Opening

June 19, 2019By Ann UpchurchNews

PUBLIC NOTICE The Boise City / Ada County Housing Authorities (BCACHA) will begin accepting pre-applications for placement on the Housing Choice voucher (Section 8) waiting list. Pre-applications will be accepted online at beginning Monday, July 15, 2019 through Friday, September 6, 2019. No pre-applications will be accepted after this registration period. After September 6, 2019, a … Read More

Sandhill Crane Development Update

June 17, 2019By Ann UpchurchNews

Kate Talerico recently published an article in The Idaho Statesman regarding the status of the Sandhill Crane affordable housing development. As her article explains, two years ago, Boise approved 50 affordable market-rate apartments off Whitewater Park Boulevard. These apartments have not been built. Her article explains one of the main reasons why. You can read … Read More