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Membership
Do you live within our designated Morris Hill Neighborhood Association boundaries or are you an area merchant? Sign up to be on our neighborhood email group today! Please send name, street address, phone, and email address to MorrisHillNA@yahoo.com

Membership is FREE!

Morris Hill Boundaries:
Bounded on the east of Roosevelt, on the south of Alpine, on the west of Curtis, and on the north by the Connector until Orchard, then Emerald from Orchard to Roosevelt. Visit our Neighborhood Area Map link for more details.

You can download a PDF of our Neighborhood Area Map for more details.

Morris Hill Committees

VOLUNTEER TODAY! We need your help! Please contact MorrisHillNA@yahoo.com to volunteer for one or more of our exciting neighborhood Committees!

Neighborhood Hospitality Committee

The purpose of the Neighborhood Hospitality Committee is to welcome new neighbors to our neighborhood community. Committee members deliver Morris Hill hospitality gift bags and encourage new residents to become active participants of the Morris Hill Neighborhood Association.

Neighborhood Watch Committee

The purpose of the Neighborhood Watch Committee is to promote neighborhood crime prevention and encourage Neighborhood Watch startup groups throughout our neighborhood. All committee members are existing Neighborhood Watch Chairpersons and/or Block Captains.

Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)

The purpose of the Morris Hill Community Emergency Response Team is to educate neighbors who can then assist with disaster preparedness for hazards that could potentially occur in our neighborhood. Team members graduated from the CERT training program in 2012 and receive continuing education in the areas of “basic disaster response such as: fire safety, light search & rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations.”

Zombie Outbreak Response Team (ZORT)

The purpose of the Morris Hill Zombie Outbreak Response Team is to educate neighbors who can then prepare and assist with any Zombie Apocalypse that could potentially occur in our neighborhood. “A Zombie could be anything from a person infected by a pandemic outbreak to a crazy nut job, criminal, or gangster who wants to hurt your family and steal your food and preps.” Team members prepare, train, and ready themselves for anything and everything while also helping others who are family, friends, and other ZORT members survive in a time of need.

Elder Care Assistance Committee

The purpose of the Elder Care Assistance Committee is to help our older neighbors who are limited in mobility or less fortunate. Services provided to this population include: healthy meals, warm blankets, grocery shopping services, household maintenance, and friendship. Together we are making a difference in our community!

Social Events Committee

The purpose of the Social Events Committee is to plan, organize, and facilitate all neighborhood meetings, social events, and activities as a way of building a sense of neighborhood community.

Neighborhood Planning Committee

The purpose of the Neighborhood Planning Committee is to conduct neighborhood planning in the manner described in the official “Neighborhood Planning Guide” of Boise City.

Neighborhood Reinvestment Committee

The purpose of the Neighborhood Reinvestment Committee is to apply for neighborhood reinvestment funds. Aspects of this responsibility include the need to identify eligible projects, establish a project election procedure, obtain the necessary homeowner signatures, and work on project(s) to completion. Committee members will select a Committee Chairperson to schedule and facilitate all committee meetings. Chairperson will represent the committee and give regular updates at all general membership meetings.

Public Agency Committee

The purpose of the Public Agency Committee is to monitor meetings, agendas and actions of public agencies and commissions, including but not limited to the Ada County Highway District, Compass, and Boise City. It shall also be the purpose of this committee to participate in the Boise City Code required Neighborhood Meetings. Committee members will select a Committee Chairperson to schedule and facilitate all committee meetings. Chairperson will represent the committee and give regular updates at all general membership meetings.

Grievance Committee

The purpose of the Grievance Committee is to receive complaints and promptly recommend specific actions to the Board of Directors. Committee members will select a Committee Chairperson to schedule and facilitate all committee meetings. Chairperson will represent the committee and give regular updates at all general membership meetings.

Board of Directors

The purpose of the Board of Directors is to manage the daily operations of the Association in the interim between general membership meetings. The Board consists of no less than three and no more than eight individual members of record. Positions include: President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Business Representative, and Director(s).