Warm Springs Mesa | Neighborhood Association
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WELCOME TO THE WARM SPRINGS MESA NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION WEBSITE

The “Mesa” is located just east of Boise, Idaho. It is so named because of its geological formation, an elevated area of land with a flat top and sides that are usually steep cliffs. It takes its name from its characteristic table-top shape and sits just below another mesa named Table Rock (pictured in our slide show) just to the north along with the geothermal hot springs close by. With the Boise River flowing at the base of the Mesa, and an extensive trail system surrounding the Mesa and connecting to the river and the famous miles-long Greenbelt, the neighborhood is desirable in its close proximity to the growing State Capital City of Boise but has an atmosphere of a private residential area with spectacular extended views of the City and Boise airport below. It provides immediate access to businesses, the airport, and outdoor activities for the whole family.

The Warm Springs Mesa Neighborhood Association is an active group of volunteers whose goal is to create a sense of community by providing education, entertainment, and other activities and serve as an information link to public entities (Boise City, Ada County, ACHD, utilities, etc.) which maintain and improve the neighborhood. Feel free to contact us. Welcome to the Mesa!

Important Information

Check out our Newsletter library for past, present and current issues with upcoming events and neighborhood information.            Click here for previous issues

Click on the icon below to go to the WSMNA facebook page!

Please join our email database to receive news & notices that may be pertinent to living on the Mesa. If you have any questions please click on “Contact Us” on the left menu bar.



Voluntary Dues

Voluntary Dues…  Most of our activities and events are supported by the voluntary dues paid by the residents of the Mesa.  We suggest $35 per year (or more if you wish) payable here or send a check payable to MNA to Debbie Arnhols, 1889 Toluka Way, Boise ID 83712.

A major focus of the Mesa is living with wildfire.  Here you will find the FireWise Toolkit and related articles.

Top Stories

Mesa Events

CHECK OUT “NEWS YOU CAN USE”

You can find recent posts of upcoming events and important announcements under the main menu at left (desktops, tablets) or at the bottom of the page (smartphones)!


STARVIEW DRIVE USE SURVEY

Warm Springs Mesa residents are asked to complete a brief survey on their use of and preferences for Starview Drive. Click here for more information and a link to the survey.


DID YOU MISS THE NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION ANNUAL MEETING ON NOV. 12?

Click here for information on how to view a recording of the meeting, including election of NA Board members, update on Starview/Boulder Point, and speakers Boise Police Chief Lee and Neighborhood Contact Officers Tim Beaudoin and Jessica Knarr.

Local Happenings

OUTDOOR YOUTH ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATIONAL CLASSES RETURN

Popular outdoor programs and activities start in March at the Jim Hall Foothills Learning Center and Boise Urban Garden School. Read More…


NEW AIRLINE, NEW DESTINATION

JetBlue will launch nonstop flights between the Boise Airport and New York City’s John F. Kennedy International Airport on July 2, 2021. Read More…


NEIGHBORHOOD CHIPPING PROGRAM

Interested in having a woodchipper brought to your neighborhood!  .. Here’s how


City of Boise

BPD RELEASES ANNUAL COMMUNITY REPORT

The COVID-19 pandemic contributed to a drop in Boise’s crime rate in the last year.  The overall decline over the last few decades is also related to BPD’s community policing efforts. Read More…


LEGISLATIVE UPDATE

This week the City of Boise is tracking two Senate bills – SB1111, focused on establishing districts for local city council elections, and SB1108, which is aimed at changing growth of property tax budgets. Read More…


CURBING WASTE IS A COMMUNITY EFFORT

Every year large amounts of cardboard, newspaper, food and yard waste end up in trash carts instead of recycle or compost carts. Read More…


CITY OF BOISE COVID-19 GUIDELINES

Here’s a quick guide to orders, what’s open, and other information:  Read More…


Volunteer Opportunities

WSNMA is always looking for volunteers! Whether you are interested in becoming a board member or helping create and deliver our newsletter, leading or participating in neighborhood projects or events (picnics, music on the mesa, movies, etc), please click here to contact us.

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