City workers will prune and remove several overhanging branches and trees beginning at 9 a.m. Monday, March 11, on the Greenbelt near the Capitol Boulevard bridge.
Boise Community Forestry crews are working on the project in conjunction with an Ada County Highway District bridge improvement plan.
Equipment will be stationed on the Capitol Boulevard bridge, with flaggers directing traffic where necessary on the Greenbelt pathway. Pedestrians and bicyclists are urged to use caution.
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.