About Boise Idaho

If you are looking to live in a place with a metropolitan atmosphere, then look no further than Boise Idaho. Boise boasts a population of more than 205,000 residents, making it the most populous city in the state. Both growing and established families as well as young adults find Boise to be an attractive place to live, because it offers economic ventures, educational opportunities as well as a thriving commercial downtown.

According to statistics from the city government, the median income in Boise is $49,322 and the median resident age is 35.7. Boise is the home to several major corporations and employers, including Micron Technology, St. Luke's Medical Center, Hewlett-Packard Company and Albertson's, Inc. The economy is relatively diversified, with many people working in the agricultural sector as well as the medical and technology sectors.

Families with children are pleased to know that there are more than 30 elementary schools within the city, and five different high schools. In addition, Boise State University is located just outside of downtown Boise. This university was founded in 1932 and today, about 23,000 students attend this school which offers both undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Boise has the largest student population in Idaho.

Boise ID also has a vibrant downtown which is known for its small businesses. Its cityscape is not dominated by skyscrapers, but instead by the rolling hills of Idaho. Residents enjoy strolling the pedestrian region of the downtown, which is famous for its outdoor cafes and boutique shopping. There are many attractions to visit in downtown Boise, including the Idaho State Capitol and Zoo Boise.