If you don't speak up, you can't complain, right? Well, the Idaho Department of Transportation wants your input when it comes to improvements on I-84 in Canyon County. According to a flyer distributed to homes in Canyon County (including mine), ITD says there is about $343 million that has been allocated to "study, design and construct" projects from Caldwell to Nampa.

So, in order to get the community involved and your voices heard, they're going to be hosting a series of open houses where they'll be asking you to identify issues and needs (both short and long term) that should be addressed in their studies down the line. You'll also have a chance to review and event give 'em a piece of your mind when it comes to ITD's "current plans to improve I-84 in Nampa."

Here's where you can go to get in on the conversation:

TUESDAY, JUNE 26 - 4 p.m. - 7 p.m.

Thomas Jefferson Charter School - 1209 Adam Smith Ave., Caldwell

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27 - 4 p.m. - 7 p.m.

Happy Day Transit Center - 5907 Cleveland Blvd., Caldwell

THURSDAY, JUNE 28 - 4 p.m - 7 p.m.

Hampton Inn - 5750 E. Franklin Rd., Nampa