Boise and Garden City Greenbelt Closures and Alerts
The following link provides up-to-date information. Boise City Greenbelt Construction Interactive Map
BOISE PARKS AND RECREATION ALERT
Due to increased bicycle traffic and reduced parking needs in light of COVID-19, the City of Boise has installed an additional bike lane with orange and white traffic dividers to help cyclists ride through Julia Davis Park to access the Greenbelt from downtown, and vice versa. The lane is marked and located along the road that runs in front of the zoo’s main entrance. This new, protected access route will be in place until Zoo Boise is back to full operations. Our team will continue to monitor use of the additional protected lane and look for ways to improve cyclist and pedestrian access through the park into the future.
All events along the Greenbelt have been cancelled until the Cities of Boise, Garden City and Eagle have lifted the Shelter in Place Order.
During our beautiful spring days, some people may want to walk or bike the Greenbelt. If you do so, please observe the Covid-19 guidelines and stay 6 feet away from others, wear a mask when possible, avoid touching your face and touching communal objects. Use your BoiseRiverGreenbelt.app to keep track of your location on the Greenbelt and where bike repair stations are located along the way.
Bike Repair Stations - We realize that while biking you may need to use a bike repair station. We advise bikers to carry disinfectant wipes and hand sanitizer. You should wipe down any station before using it and sanitize your hands before and afterwards. Disinfectant wipes and hand sanitizers are not available at the bike repair stations.
Please be safe and responsible during this important time, so we may all soon return to the outdoor life we love along the Greenbelt.
Thank you from all of us here at the BoiseRiverGreenbelt.App
ATTENTION GREENBELT USERS:
Construction on the Expo Idaho Greenbelt Pathway segment is now complete and open to the public just in time for the holiday weekend! As always please remember to keep your dog on a leash, alert other users when attempting to pass, and maintain 6 feet of social distance.
A HUGE thank you to the Ada County Commissioners for making this important project happen!
Thanks to everyone for your patience during construction and we hope you enjoy your new pathway!