NeighborWorks® Pocatello held its annual meeting and awards ceremony this past October 23 at Westside Players Warehouse at 1009 S. 2nd Avenue. The event was an opportunity to recap many accomplishments and to recognize dedicated volunteers and community partners. The event was sponsored by the Bank of Idaho.
The evening began … More
NeighborWorks Pocatello recently received a Community Challenge Grant from the AARP Foundation in the amount of $4,250 to create a mobile Block Party Trailer for the purpose of activating public spaces and to bring neighborhoods and the community together. The Block Party Trailer will be officially unveiled on Saturday, October 27 at Alameda … More
NeighborWorks Pocatello recently presented Curb Appeal Awards to six residents living in the centrally located neighborhoods of Pocatello who have done an outstanding job with landscaping.
If you passed through the Alameda, Bonneville, College, Lewis & Clark, Neighborhoods of Historic Old Town or Whittier Neighborhoods this past summer, may have noticed the Curb Appeal Award signs in selected front yards. The signage and a gift card in the amount of $25 from Pinehurst Floral and … More
Thanks to over a million dollars in funding from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), low to moderate income Pocatellans are now eligible to have lead-based paint hazards in their home removed for free.
Recently, the City of Pocatello’s Planning and Development Services Department received a … More