The Boise river flow at one time this spring made it to a high of 8650cfs which is the 2nd highest in history. . Since then the flow has slowly dropped to around 8000cfs, which is still 1000cfs above flood stage. But starting next week the flow will go even higher
First it was Ada County that declared an emergency disaster due to flooding, followed a few days later by the city of Eagle and now Canyon County Commissioners have voted to declare a disaster emergency for flooding and possible emergency evacuations due to a rise in river flows.