The Greater Boise Auditorium District is dedicated to promoting Boise’s economic growth

The District is governed by an elected five-member board of directors responsible for the operations of the Boise Centre – Idaho’s premier convention center for meetings, conferences and social events.

The District

Greater Boise Auditorium District
 

Created by Public Vote in 1959

The Greater Boise Auditorium District was created in June of 1959 by an overwhelming show of support of Boise Voters. Its purpose is to promote economic growth and serve the public need, More…


Election Financial Disclosure Reports

Not more than fourteen days and not less than seven days before the date of a general election in which the candidate or political committee is involved, a statement of all contributions received and all expenditures or encumbrances made by or on behalf of the candidate or political committee since and including January 1 and to and including the sixteenth day before the general election, together with a cumulative statement showing all such contributions and expenditures or encumbrances to and including the sixteenth day before the general election.

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Board Meetings

Please check back for the upcoming meeting notice.

Meeting minutes and previous meeting notices are available here.

News

Boise Convention Center Plans Huge Expansion

Greater Boise Auditorium District leaders have announced their intention to purchase new meeting, ballroom, and kitchen space adjacent to its current space that will allow the Boise Centre to serve a much larger segment of the national convention market.

Click here to read the full article on www.meetingsfocus.com


Gardner Co., auditorium district announce Boise convention partnership

Partnering with the auditorium district and transit authority shows the Gardner Co. can do more than construct tall buildings.

Click here to read the full article on www.idahostatesman.com


A Study Shows Need for Expansion

A study by Convention Sports and Leisure confirms the Boise market can support, and is in need of, a meeting/convention facility with larger capacity.

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