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September 2018

Found 3 blog entries for September 2018.

Things to Do in Boise ID in October | Boise October Events

October is a gorgeous month in Boise as the City of Trees lights up with fall colors. As the leaves start to turn, it’s a great time to enjoy the crisp air and cool temperatures. The month begins with average temperatures in the mid 70s—ideal for a morning at the market or a stroll in the foothills—and ends by dipping into the mid-50s, just when you’re ready to bring out your wool sweaters and pour a hot beverage. October is the season of autumn festivals and events, and there’s more than enough to fill your calendar.

Scarecrow Stroll | Idaho Botanical Gardens

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The Idaho Botanical Gardens’ Scarecrow Stroll is a popular autumn event in Boise, featuring whimsical and creative scarecrows throughout the garden in the month of October. 31

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Prices in the Boise real estate market saw new record highs in August as the number of homes for sale declined for the 48th month in a row.

Ada County’s median single-family house price increased 19.68 percent from the same time twelve months ago, hitting a new record high of $333,900.

With so little to choose from, homes are selling in a median 10 days, the quickest recorded for this time of the year.

In Boise, prices jumped 20.18 from August a year ago to a record $306,450.

Canyon County median home prices grew by 20.22 percent from a year prior. The new median single-family home cost across the county is $220,000. Although, that’s down slightly from the previous record set last month.

In August of 2017, the Ada County housing market

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Exploring the Boise Greenbelt

When Boise residents consider the many wonderful amenities of the City of Trees, the Boise River Greenbelt is always near the top of the list.

Following the meandering path of its namesake, the Boise River Greenbelt is a 25-mile path, nearly all paved, that connects the community like a vital artery.

The City of Boise maintains the 25-mile portion of this path that makes up the greenbelt, but it connects to a much longer system of paths and trails that stretch almost 50 miles from Lucky Peak Dam to Eagle, ID. Like branches from a tree, walking paths and trails split off from the main greenbelt and connect Boiseans to their picturesque city.

Throughout all four seasons, the greenbelt is beloved and well-used. In the spring and summer, families

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