People using the Greenbelt near Capitol Boulevard should be extra cautious early next week, as Boise Community Forestry crews will post occasional flaggers while they clear trees and branches overhanging the pathway.
Work is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m., Monday and wrap up Tuesday afternoon. The city is taking on the project in conjunction with Ada County Highway District’s bridge improvement plan.
Boise Community Forestry manages more than 41,000 public trees in Boise. In 2012, Forestry crews and volunteers planted 436 new trees in parks and on public rights of way in 2012.