About Nampa Idaho
Nampa Idaho is one of the fastest-growing communities in the state, and is the up-and-coming city in Canyon County. With a population of more than 81,000 people, Nampa is home to plenty of economic opportunities, residential developments and cultural attractions. Residents love the fact that they can soak up the pioneer history associated with this community without sacrificing the convenience of modern day amenities.
There are more than 6,700 businesses and firms in Nampa, ensuring that residents of this community have plenty of opportunities for employment and participation in the local economy. The Amalgamated Sugar Company changed the face of business in this community in 1942, providing employment opportunities for many of the city's residents. This sugar factory remains in operation today. The agricultural, manufacturing and railroad industries all play an important role in the local economy. The Idaho Center is located in Nampa, and it brings in many exciting events and shows that help to drive the local economy.
Nampa ID is famous for its extensive parks system, which boasts 24 local parks. The largest and oldest park in the system is Lakeview Park. The park consists of 44 acres, and visitors love to walk along the tree-lined paths and enjoy the scenic rose garden, which is a favored spot for outdoor weddings in the community. Lakeview Park also has an amphitheater where outdoor concerts are hosted during the summer months. The park is complete with a playground, a water park and a picnic area that is available for reservations. The ample recreational opportunities in this community make it the perfect place for both growing and established families to call home.