Urban Renewal Agency Mountain Home, Idaho

Past Projects 











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 Urban Renewal Agency

Past Projects



  • Marathon Cheese: The URA funded over $2,000,000 for infrastructure during construction in 2005

  • Railroad Park:  The URA provided approximately $12,000 in improvements including the clock and sidewalk that meanders through the park.
  • 295 North 2nd East, The Beall’s Building:  The URA invested approximately $700,000 in the purchase of the vacant building, renovations and upgrades to electrical and plumbing to meet current code requirements.  

  • Downtown Art:  The URA provided $6,000 in funding to the continuing downtown alley art project.

  • ADA ramps and sidewalks:  The URA funded over $350,000 to construct ADA ramps and sidewalk improvement within the URA area from 2015-2020.

  • Decorations, Flowers, and Trees:  The URA has works with City to fund landscaping and Christmas decorations within the URA area.

  • Downtown Revitalization:  The URA funded $62,500 for the development and completion of the Downtown Master Plan.

  • 195 North 2nd East, The Hub Building:  The URA purchased the Hub Building inn 2018 for $275,000 and is currently seeking RFPs (Requests for Proposals) from developers seeking a viable use for the building.

  • The URA purchased The Hub Lot behind the Dilly Deli in June of 2018 and invested $875,000 in what is now named The Hub Plaza a public gathering place similar to the Grove in downtown Boise.  This was completed early in 2020.

  • Downtown Master Plan Phase 1.  In 2019 the URA provided $900,000 of funding for the revitalization of Main Street.

  • The URA has approved $475,000 of funding for Downtown Master Plan Phase 3.  This is to be completed in the spring of 2021.

    Since its inception in 2005, the Urban Renewal Agency of the City of Mountain Home has provided over $5,655,500 for infrastructure improvements and continues to invest in fiscally responsible projects that fit within the Idaho statutory requirements to provide economic development within the Urban Renewal Agency area.