Boise is our capital and one of the fastest growing cities in the nation Discover Boise and thousands of people relocate to Boise each year. Beautiful parks, resaurants, and bike path border the Boise River which runs through the heart of Boise. Boise is the home to Micron Technology, Albertsons Grocery and a huge Hewlett Packard facility.
Nampa is one of the fastest growing cities in Idaho. Located only minutes from Boise, Aggressive Nampa is known for it's progressive pro-growth attitude which has attracted thousands of new residents and business and industry.
Caldwell represents a lifestyle many seek. Known for it's focus on family Caldwell Living has attracted many residents to relocate here from the "Big Cities". Beautiful Lake Lowell offers summer boating and fishing and is surrounded by the Deeflat National Wildlife Refuge which is world renowned for it's natural wildlife. Caldwell is the home to the original J.R. Simplot potato processing facility.
Eagle is the Little City That Can with an "Old Town" charm coupled with exclusive residential developments. It has become the choice of many professionals looking for high-end homes away from the big city life.
Meridian is constantly in the news and is constantly competing with Nampa for the fastest growing Idaho City. Meridian is a bedroom community to Boise and conveniently located close to I-84. It has a long history and is the home to the popular and fun Meridian Speedway which has been offering family entertainment since 1951!
Middleton is one of the best kept "Little Towns" in the west. Middleton has been always known as a close community that has a strong agricultural base and a strong feel of "Community". The annual 4th of July fireworks is a major event each year drawing visitors from all over the valley.
Star is one of those towns that if you "Blink Your Eyes You Will Miss It!" But if you do miss it you will have missed a wonderful community. Star takes one back 50+ years and has the flavor of years gone by coupled with some new residential and commercial developments. It's proximity to the capital of Boise makes it a favorite for many.
Homedale will take you back about 50 years and has it all. Most people know not only their neighbors but most everyone else in the town. Ma and Pa grocery stores, tiny quaint churches and annual 4th of July parades. Homedale is well known for not only for the quality of life but for it's excellent schools and a close sense of community. Located only 45 + or - minutes from Boise it is a great place to raise a family.