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CCDC Development Director Doug Woodruff Named IBR’s Accomplished Under 40 Honoree

August 1, 2021

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A top executive of Boise’s redevelopment agency has been recognized for his creative collaboration and leadership on distinguishable projects throughout downtown.  His significant contributions to Boise’s infrastructure, enriches its livability and  provides incentives for economic development that enhances the city and supports it’s growing population.

Doug Woodruff, CCDC development director, was recognized in July in the Idaho Business Review’s 22nd annual “Accomplished Under 40” awards program.


In its awards presentation, IBR cited Woodruff’s “significant contributions to the infrastructure of Boise”:

“The renovation of The Grove Plaza, Broad Street neighborhood improvements, and a new urban park at 11th and Bannock streets have all benefited from his leadership. Woodruff believes that through acts big and small, we each have the power to influence our world and bring about the change we wish to see.”

Woodruff joined CCDC as a project manager in 2014 and was promoted to development director in 2020. He now manages a cross-functional team of seven and oversees the execution of the five-year Capital Improvements Plan, totaling $114 million in public projects. He holds a master’s degree in real estate development with an emphasis in city and metropolitan planning from the University of Utah, a bachelor’s degree of landscape architecture from the University of Idaho, and an associate’s degree of applied science from Boise State University.

Asked about his success, Woodruff credited “strong family values—being raised in a household where doing a good job and working hard was highly valued.”

“Today it really comes from being a member of our community and working as a part of the City of Boise, and wanting to see our future be one that is full of the high quality of life like we experience today,” he told IBR.


See other ‘Accomplished Under 40’ Honorees HERE.