Capital City Development Corporation

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Capital City Development Corporation (CCDC) is the redevelopment and urban renewal agency for Boise, Idaho, founded by the City of Boise in 1965 as the Boise Redevelopment Agency (B.R.A.). Today, CCDC is a public redevelopment agency serving as a catalyst for quality private development through urban design, economic development and infrastructure investment with a goal of “building vitality in Boise’s downtown.” CCDC’s nine-member Board of Commissioners directs the activities of the agency. The commissioners are appointed by the mayor and confirmed by the Boise City Council. They serve five-year terms and are not compensated for their service. The agency employs a staff of fifteen people.

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