We like to think Idaho Falls is the perfect size, big enough to provide access to the modern amenities and cultural attractoins you expect, but small enough that we haven't lost our Western way of life.
One of the jewels on the fertile Snake River Plain, Idaho Falls is becoming one of the best kept secrets in both destination and business travel. Ranked among the Top 10 "Hottest Small Cities" by Inc. Magazine, Idaho Falls is as big as you want it to be.
Big enough to host major conventions, live orchestra and 5-star cuisine. Small enough to offer an easy pace, clean air and riverside walks.
Big enough to deliver professional baseball, a much-ballyhooed 7-acre zoo and the Museum of Idaho. Small enough to offer boat trips, ski hills and cozy nights before a stone fireplace.
Yeah, you could say we’re pretty proud to be one of this country’s “Hottest Small Cities.” Now come on out to the river and lets turn up the heat.
Population: Over 52,716
Altitude: 4,744 ft. above sea level
Median Age: 33.1 Years
Average number of people per household: 2.82
Cost of living: Southeast Idaho is 95.6% of the Nation's average
Annual precipitation: 9.8 Inches
January's average temperature: 10° to 27° F
Mid-July average temperature: 51° to 86° F
Average summer humidity: 28%
Sales tax: 6%
Average property tax: 1.5% of the assessed value