Request for Applications for Board of Commissioners of BCACHA

March 8, 2023By Ann UpchurchNews

The Boise City / Ada County Housing Authorities are seeking applications from residents / participants in our programs for a position on our Board of Commissioners. To learn more about the requirements and commitment of this position, please read: Board Member Letter of Invitation To access the application, please print the document at this link, … Read More

“What Home Means to Me” Poster Contest

February 23, 2023By Ann UpchurchNews

Each year, the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO) holds a poster contest as part of their Housing America Campaign. The theme is “What Home Means to Me.” This is an opportunity for youth in our programs to be selected and recognized for their artwork at local, state and national levels. Any child … Read More

BCACHA Receives Renewed Funding for Family Self-Sufficiency Program

January 30, 2023By Ann UpchurchNews

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has announced their Public Housing Agency recipients for renewal funding for the Family Self-Sufficiency program. The recent HUD announcement provides background and details about the FSS program, and how, nationally, it is serving over 60,000 residents with asset-building supportive programs, helping families remove potential barriers to … Read More

Family Self-Sufficiency Newsletter Jan-Mar 2023

January 4, 2023By Ann UpchurchNews

Enjoy our first newsletter of 2023 with helpful information on keeping a New Year’s resolution, home ownership tips, dental health for children, announcements of upcoming workshops and events, and more. There is also an inspiring story of one FSS participant’s decision to make a better life for herself and her family, and the joy of … Read More

Public Housing Agency (PHA) Capital Fund Program Plan – Draft

December 19, 2022By Ann UpchurchNews

The Boise City and Ada County Housing Authorities (BCACHA) have developed drafts of the Capital Fund Program Plan in compliance with the Quality Housing and Work Responsibility Act of 1998. A copy will be available for review on our website at . Any comments or recommendations from residents or the general public on the … Read More

Family Self-Sufficiency Fall 2022 Newsletter

September 22, 2022By Ann UpchurchNews

We are happy to share our Fall 2022 FSS Newsletter. This edition contains helpful information for those who suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), some great tips on things to do with your children over the winter break, and a great article on how to be happy with what you have, while reaching for more. … Read More

Victory Landscape/Sprinkler Project

August 3, 2022By Ron BarstowNews

The Ada County Housing Authority requests bids from qualified contractors for the Victory Landscape/Sprinkler Project at 1785 W. Victory Rd., Boise, Idaho, 83705. The work consists of: Replacing existing sprinkler system, preparing yard for installation of sod and landscape as described in the specifications prepared by Ada County Housing Authority. Victory Landscape/Sprinkler Project Bid Packet … Read More

Moore Street Development RFP – Proposal Evaluations

July 28, 2022By Ann UpchurchNews

The Boise City Ada County Housing Authorities solicited proposals for development services for property owned on Moore Street, Boise. Eight proposals were received, reviewed and scored by a sub-committee of the Board of Commissioners. The results are summarized in the chart below. Developer Evaluations – Moore Street As a result of the scoring of proposals … Read More

Family Self-Sufficiency Newsletter – Summer 2022

June 29, 2022By Ann UpchurchNews

Enjoy our Summer 2022 Newsletter. This edition includes an insightful summary of an article on “Flourishing,” from the Journal of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing. Read about how gratitude, savoring and imaging your best self can bring you significant positive effects and impacts your ability to help others. There are tips on how to save money … Read More