Quigley Phase 2: Summer 2023 Updates


We are very excited to be launching Phase 2 of Quigley Farm this summer starting in July! The Quigley Community is very eager for this offering of 21 new residential City of Hailey lots, that include single-family and duplex lots. The demand was strong for Phase 1 which has been completely sold out. There are now 11 new beautiful residential … Read More

What’s Happening at Sage School – Summer 2023 Updates


The Sage School’s new campus in the Quigley Farm neighborhood, at the edge of a 1,200-acre conservation easement allows the school to fully fledge the student experience with daily access to an amazing outdoor campus. Our new campus comprises four new buildings in a local canyon. It will directly help connect our students to the place where they live by … Read More

Summer ’23 Updates from BCRD


This winter, BCRD saw record use at Quigley Trails Park yet again! Groomed for almost five months, Quigley Trails Park had hundreds of trail users every day of the season.  VSEF held four months of Devo Team Nordic skiing and the Quigley Cup with the Papoose Club.  BCRD held two Día de Esquí Nórdico events to welcome the Spanish-speaking community … Read More

Join Us For Our Grand Opening!


Quigley Farm put down your roots and grow

Thursday, June 14, 3:00pm Friday, June 15, 9:30am At Quigley Farm, out Fox Acres Road, just past Wood River High School Come learn about Hailey’s newest neighborhood and what makes it so unique. The sales team and local partner organizations —BCRD, Sage School and The Hunger Coalition— will do a short presentation on Quigley Farm plans and answer questions. Refreshments … Read More

BCRD plans new trails east of Hailey


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Tracks planned as part of development in Quigley Canyon May 9, 2018 Click here to read article on the Idaho Mountain Express.  After five years of work in Croy Canyon, the Blaine County Recreation District expects to start work cutting a new network of trails in Quigley Canyon this week, breaking ground on what will become its primary Nordic park … Read More

BCSD accepts Quigley acreage


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Hailey land is earmarked for athletic fields—eventually May 11, 2018 Click here to read article on the Idaho Mountain Express.  The Blaine County School District took its due piece of the upcoming Quigley Farm development on Tuesday when its board of trustees agreed to accept a swath of land for future athletic fields. The deal deeds the district 11.12 acres … Read More

Hailey council approves Quigley Farm annexation


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Idaho Mountain Express, Tony Evans, May 17, 2017 View the article on the Idaho Mountain Express here. The Hailey City Council on Thursday voted unanimously to move forward with an annexation agreement that would bring the planned 200-unit Quigley Farm development into the city limits. The Hailey Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing in June to make … Read More

Hope Floats for Quigley Canyon


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The Hennessy Co. has been encouraging community involvement for the future of Quigley Canyon which is a deviation from former views of the developers plans. “Now, what we want to do is a long-term regenerative model that gives back to the community, builds on it, where everybody is improved,” said Hennessy View article here.

The Mountain Express reports on Quigley Farm’s latest plan.


Quigley Farm Site Plan

After a few community forums Quigley Farm has come up with a proposed plan that includes ideas from the community. Excerpt from Mountain Express Below: The most recent version of a proposed development in Quigley Canyon, east of Hailey, was displayed to the public during a meeting at the Community Campus on Thursday, June 25. Called Quigley Farms, development would … Read More

Mountain Express declares that There is Hope for Quigley Canyon


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By HARRY WEEKES Quigley. The iconic canyon immediately east of Hailey evokes images of alfalfa, late afternoon sun and dog walks. And “no trespassing” signs. It is hard to call up the canyon and not consider its beauty or the history of recent planned-development ideas. Now, a local team is proposing to change this last part. Called Quigley Farm, a … Read More