Matt Edmond

Parking & Mobility Director

PHONE 208-384-4264  FAX 208-384-4267


“A city's streets are more than just a means of transportation, a way to get from point A to point B. Rather, they are a city’s greatest community and civic asset. While they allow for the travel of cars, bikes, and buses, they also allow for the travel of ideas and information, be it a protest march, a celebratory parade, or a serendipitous encounter on a daily walk or while running an errand. In this regard, Downtown Boise has some of the best streets in America, and I'm grateful to have played some small part in that.”

Matt’s job is all about travel within Boise. He manages the six public parking garages that CCDC wholly or partly owns, with more than 3,200 parking spaces serving downtown. He’s also responsible for coordinating mobility initiatives with agency partners such as ACHD Commuteride, City Go, and Valley Regional Transit. Matt also led the effort to establish a redevelopment district focused on Transit-Oriented Development along State Street. Through these efforts, Matt and CCDC seek to promote economic development and contribute to the livability and sustainability of the city.

Prior to joining CCDC, Matt was a senior transportation planner at the Ada County Highway District, where he managed the Integrated Five-Year Work Plan and served as the Bicycle & Pedestrian Coordinator for Ada County. Before his time in civilian public service, he served as an aviation officer and Chinook helicopter pilot in the U.S. Army.

Matt holds a master’s degree in public administration from Boise State University and a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners, International Parking & Mobility Institute, and the Pacific Intermountain Parking & Transportation Association.