Welcome to the Neighborhood!

Mission/Purpose: Morris Hill Neighborhood Association is a nonpartisan volunteer neighborhood organization created for the purpose of educating, informing, and engaging the Morris Hill community. We are neighbors working together to build a sense of neighborhood community. Our primary goal is to help nurture a safe, peaceful, and healthy neighborhood environment.

What is a Neighborhood Association? “A Neighborhood Association is a group of community members who organize, share ideas, and cooperate to improve their neighborhood. Membership is voluntary and open to all stakeholders, including neighbors, businesses, and other organizations within a neighborhood. The voluntary and open nature of a neighborhood association differentiates them from homeowners associations, which are associated with individual subdivisions and typically compulsory.” – City of Boise –

Neighborhood Association Map


SAVE THE DATE! Morris Hill Neighborhood Association is holding its Annual Meeting & Board of Director Elections on Saturday, August 26, 2023, 10:00AM, at Community of Christ Church (408 N Garden St). The meeting will include a discussion and possible revisions to our existing bylaws. Click Here


Neighbors! If you are interested in serving on the Morris Hill Board, please complete the form below. Directors serve a one year term, are required to sign a conflict of interest form, and are asked to attend the annual meeting and four additional quarterly board meetings. Directors are also asked to help with and participate in our annual neighborhood cleanup event and any other Morris Hill sponsored activities. Morris Hill is a nonpartisan volunteer neighborhood organization. Serving on the board is an act of service and an opportunity to give back to our wonderful neighborhood community. Please submit your form no later than August 19, 2023. Click Here


Thank you to all of the amazing Morris Hill neighbors who participated in our 2023 Neighborhood Cleanup Day and street cleaning effort! Participants included: Linda Fitzgerald, Todd & Laura Glindeman, Ashley Hobson, Chris & Lynn Lockhart, Theresa Vawter, Allison Young, Kristin Young. A special thanks also goes out to Boise Paint & Supply, Community of Christ Church, and the City of Boise for providing our “neighborhood beautification” grant award.


Thank you to the following individuals who participated in our 2023 Campaign! We greatly appreciate your generosity: Ashley Hobson, Chris & Lynn Lockhart, Frank & Kristin Young, Allison Young


A special thanks goes out to everyone who participated in our 2022 RMC pull tab giving opportunity! Georgianna Ainslie, Shannon & Mechelle Grisso, Chris & Lynn Lockhart, Anne Marie Piccotti, John Piccotti, Anne Stafford


What do you like best about living in Morris Hill?

“It’s a thriving, thoughtful, caring community.”
– Sonya C. –

“Central location, good people. Our family appreciates what the Neighborhood Association does.”
– TJ S. –

“I love Morris Hill because it’s a great, growing, yet tight knit neighborhood.”
– Anonymous –

“Morris Hill has great walkability and a sense of community. It is wonderful to see the history with all of the homes and the area. There are fun activities around the holidays!”
– Ashley H. –

“Helpful Neighbors! Also centrally located in the valley!”
– Micah S. –


Morris Hill Bylaws Bylaws
Morris Hill Conflict of Interest Policy Conflict of Interest Policy
IRS 501(c)(3) Compliance Checklist IRS 501(c)(3) Compliance Checklist
Morris Hill Esri Census Report 2020 Esri Census Report

Please note that a Neighborhood Association is different from a Homeowner’s Association (HOA) and they are separate entities. Morris Hill is not a HOA and does not require dues or have any covenants, conditions, & restrictions (CC&R’s).

Listed below are a few examples of the HOA’s that are currently located within the Morris Hill neighborhood boundaries:
Cleo Court Subdivision Homeowners Association, Inc. – Contact: Kelly Luff
Douglas & Byron Townhomes Homeowners Association, Inc. – Contact: Anna Hunt
Watkins Condominium Homeowners Association, Inc. – Contact: Jenifer Burns

Morris Hill Neighborhood Association is not involved in code enforcement issues. If you have been reported regarding a City of Boise code related situation, please know that the Morris Hill Neighborhood Association did not report you.