North End News: Election Edition

The new issue of the North End New is on its way to your doorstep! It includes information about candidates for Boise mayor & city council. Read up, and then vote! Early voting began Oct. 21, and Election Day is Nov. 5.

Lots of other great neighborhood news inside, as well. If you can’t wait for our volunteers to deliver your newsletter, you can read the fall issue of North End News online right away!

Please note: Due to an editorial error, City Council candidate Tecle Gebremichael was inadvertently excluded in the original version. His information has been added and can be found on the last page of the digital newsletter, or on a single-page insert inside paper copies. 

Holiday House Tour

Saturday, Dec. 14, 2019


We are pleased to announce the 3rd Annual North End Holiday Home Tour! Neighbors and visitors will enjoy a self-guided stroll through some of the North End’s unique homes  decked out in their holiday best!

The tour will include eight gorgeous houses, all between 10th and 12th streets. Visitors will enjoy the warmth and character within the Hays Street Historic District, home to five of the tour houses.

This year’s Holiday Home Tour is a fundraiser for NENA’s new partnership with the local non-profit Jesse Tree, which provides a hand up to people facing eviction, empowering them to remain in their homes.​ Earlier this year, NENA created a dedicated fund for Jesse Tree, which is used to financially assist neighbors within the boundaries of the North End neighborhood.

Tickets are available now! Tickets are $25 per person (or $20 if pre-purchased online). Kids under 12 are free.NENA can accept cash and cards for tickets purchased in person on the day of the event. All wristbands and tour maps can be picked up on Dec. 14 at Goody’s, 1502 N. 12th St.

Date: Saturday, December 14, 2019
Hours: 1 p.m. until 5 p.m.
Who: The tour is open to everyone! (Kids under 12 are free.) Invite your friends, family, and neighbors!
Where: Pick up your map & wristbands on Dec. 14 at Goody’s in Hyde Park, 1502 N. 12th St.

More details are available at

Hyde Park Street Fair Parking

Avoid parking headaches with a free shuttle!

Free parking is available during the Fair weekend at First Baptist Church, located at 607 N 13th Street, just one mile south of Camel’s Back Park.

The church’s free shuttle runs in a continuous loop Friday 4-9pm and Saturday 11am-9pm. Shuttle is unavailable Sunday due to church services.

North End News Summer Newsletter – Hyde Park Street Fair Edition!

Hot off the presses!

In the coming weeks, the North End News Summer Newsletter – Hyde Park Street Fair edition will be delivered by neighborhood volunteers to doorsteps across the North End. Inside, you’ll find a take-along guide (with maps and stage lineups!) for our 40th Annual Hyde Park Street Fair, along with lots of other info. You can also read the News online, here: North End News Summer 2019.

Enjoy these last few weeks of summer, and we’ll see you at the Fair!