Homeowners Association Asks Idaho Man To Remove Gay Pride Display | Idaho

BOISE — The Jordan Hall home first appears briefly between the trees on the road up the Quail Ridge subdivision in Boise.

At night, the Hall’s Pride rainbow lights look dim from the road because of the bright white porch lights. He put up his display towards the end of Pride Month in June – inspired by the White House Pride display, which he saw when he lived in DC






Jordan Hall’s home in Boise’s Quail Ridge subdivision is bathed in colorful lights as the sun sets, Tuesday, July 12, 2022. Hall has encountered resistance from the neighborhood homeowners association, which wants the lighting be deleted.










HOA Battle

Jordan Hall, a resident of the Quail Ridge subdivision in Boise, discusses recent issues he’s had with the neighborhood homeowners association during a July 12 interview.










HOA Battle

Jordan Hall’s home in Boise’s Quail Ridge subdivision is bathed in colorful lights as the sun sets, Tuesday, July 12, 2022. Hall has encountered resistance from the neighborhood homeowners association who want the lighting to be deleted.




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