The pedestrian/bicycle bridge right behind Les Bois park (RIP) was removed a couple springtimes ago, after the "Snowmageddon" runoff threatened to wash it out and send it downstream. (In retrospect, the foundations on both sides held, and it would've likely remained in place.)
Following a fundraising effort, the foundations were shored up this spring, the bridge was dropped back into place, and the asphalt for the half-mile or so across the island was replaced. It's all been open again, for a couple weeks.
Probably 90% of the area population is oblivious - it didn't matter to them that the bridge was removed, or that it was replaced. But for those of us who grew accustomed to using it for our transportation and recreation, it's awfully nice to have it back! My sincere thanks to the generous people who donated to the project, and to the good folks at the Idaho Foundation for Parks and Lands, who made it happen.
(Photos are of the new asphalt and the reinstalled bridge. And I had to include a family of wild turkeys that crossed my path, just on the other side. It's a blessing to have such encounters.)