The Treasure Valley is rapidly growing. It is a great mix of long-time residents and those that have relocated to take advantage of its many highlights, including the outdoors, great climate, independent western thinking, affordable cost of living and a welcoming population. Having lived in Denver and then Salt Lake City, both through their tremendous growth stages, Boise reminds me of both, with the exciting days lying ahead. More than either of those two cities though, the residents of Boise are so welcoming.
The David. Florence, Italy
The Brothers K by David James Duncan.
Improved public transportation. Congestion will kill the lifestyle if transportation is not addressed. The growth will happen. It cannot be stopped. So everyone should get on board and prepare for it.
I’m still discovering all that the area has to offer; however, thus far, the hiking is amazing.
It’s now my home!
Downtown Boise. It is so vibrant and outgoing. For a small city, this not what I expected. The “wine country” in Canyon County. Hot Springs.
Friendly competition. Leaving the Colliers mark on the community. Our group takes pride in working together for betterment of the community. We are involved in the Million Meals in March competition and everyone is driven by both the desire to help those in need and to “win” the competition by providing the most support to the Food Bank.
I hope it will remain a Treasure. It needs to grow, but not become a Salt Lake or Denver or Phoenix. I hope it will always be the western city that those who know about it will always appreciate it; however, it is not the “hot spot” of the day.
George Iliff. He hired me to be his successor. Enough said.
The feedback I have has all been internal. Folks are proud to be a part of the causes TTV is supporting.
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