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Subdivisions in Boise

Located along the Boise River and nestled against foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Boise offers many outdoor activities to local residents, from skiing at Bogus Basin Ski Resort to biking on the Boise River Greenbelt to boating at nearby reservoirs.   The Boise area has it all - desert, rivers, mountains and lakes for hiking, camping, kayaking, river rafting, hunting and fishing.

Many large regional, national and international companies are headquartered here, including Simplot Corporation, Boise Cascade, Washington Group, Micron Technology and Hewlett-Packard.

Boise is home to Boise State University, the state's largest university with an enrollment of over 18,600 students, as well as 34 grade schools, 9 junior high schools, and 5 high schools.

Subdivisions in Eagle

The City of Eagle, one of the Treasure Valley's premier communities, is located in Western Ada County approximately 13 miles west of Boise. Eagle is one of the smaller cities in Ada County with a population of about 14,000. Eagle is known for it's stance on family values and ensures moderate growth by its firm direction on development.

Strategically placed between the foothills and the Boise River, the City of Eagle has much to offer in the way of horse and bike riding, a new state-of-the-art skate park, as well as numerous family parks. The Chamber of Commerce promotes many family oriented annual events in the community, including Eagle Fun Days, Customer Appreciation and Country Christmas.

Open space, appealing but firm design standards, and a Western architectural theme featuring old style street lights and tree lined streets all contribute to a city that confers an attractive allure to visitors, as well as those who are pleased to call Eagle “home.”

Subdivisions in Caldwell

Caldwell is the home of two magnificent golf courses, museums displaying artifacts, and a community full of history. There are many homes on the historical register as well as sites in the downtown area, which are associated with Caldwell's rich past. There are green belts and walking paths for your recreational needs as well as more than a dozen beautiful city parks that can provide you with a variety of recreational opportunities such as swimming, softball, soccer and volleyball. Many parks also have a variety of playground equipment for your children.

Caldwell is the home of the world famous and nationally ranked Caldwell Night Rodeo. It is the County seat of Canyon County and the home of the Canyon County Fair. You will find a rich history of agriculture, as Caldwell is the home of the J.R. Simplot Company. Be sure to visit the campus of The College of Idaho. The college boasts nationally renowned athletic teams in all arenas as well as recent national championships in basketball, baseball and skiing.

Caldwell is the gateway to the Treasure Valley where you will find opportunities of all types including professional baseball, basketball, hockey teams and only minutes away from water recreational opportunities such as Roaring Springs and Lake Lowell. As you can see, Caldwell can offer a wonderful opportunity for you, your family, your business and your colleagues.

Subdivisions in Emmett

Emmett is best known for it’s breathtaking descent into the Valley of Plenty. The view from Freezeout Hill promises a land of fruit orchards, hometown festivals and family values in a rural country setting; qualities that Emmet is sure to deliver. Resting less than thirty minutes from Boise and the amenities offered in a large urban center, Emmett has carved out a niche of history and culture enjoyed by those looking for mix of rural and urban lifestyles.

Subdivisions in Meridian

Meridian is a vibrant and caring community that is a premier place to live, work, raise a family, and grow a business.  Located in the heart of Idaho Treasure Valley, Meridian is a family-friendly city that offers a tremendous array of opportunities and incentives for entrepreneurs and industrialists alike, and the quality of life enjoyed here is second to none. Meridian is truly Built for Business; Designed for Living.

If a business-friendly community with big-city personality and small-town ease appeals to you, you’ll definitely be impressed with Meridian!

Subdivisons in Middleton

Middleton is a unique rural community (population 4166) that offers a rare quality of life. Nestled in the Treasure Valley with two mountain ranges in full view, Middleton boasts a mild climate with four seasons. Middleton is one of the fastest growing communities in Idaho, yet continues to offer a small town feel for those who live here.

Middleton is within easy commuting distance (6-25 miles) of large industries, and is surrounded by agricultual land. Highway 44 passes through town, providing easy access to I-84 (3 miles to the west) and to Boise and the State Capitol (20 miles to the east). Boise is the largest city in Idaho and offers a complete line of shopping and cultural activities. Residents of Middleton enjoy the country life in the great outdoors with the Boise River passing just south of town and Bogus Basin, Tamarack, and other popular ski resorts just an hour away. Our residents enjoy some of the best hunting, fishing, mountain biking, kayaking, and river rafting in the United States.

The City has really boomed in the last 6 years with residential construction. There is a 35 unit affordable housing complex that was completed in late 2004 and a new Assisted living facility that opened in July 2005. Water is clean and pure with no additives. The City has just finished a 1.2 million dollar upgrade on the sewer system and wastewater treatment facilities are in place to accommodate a population of 30,000.

Middleton thrives on agriculture and related industries. Farmers produce a variety of crops such as potatoes, sugar beets, grains, corn, mint, hops, beans, commercial nursery stock. Irrigation water is supplied from the Boise River and and Payette River (Black Canyon Dam project).

Subdivisions in Nampa

Nampa, Idaho's second largest city, is located in the southwest corner of Idaho, and easily accessible from Interstate 84, about 20 minutes west of Idaho's capitol city of Boise.

Whether planning a vacation, attending a special event or conference, or considering Nampa for your home, the amenities and friendly people will surely make you feel right "at home."

Nampa is always on the move, and the list of things to see and do continues to grow. Experience Nampa's variety. You can watch a theater production, explore the area's rich agricultural community, see world class rodeo action, take a white water rafting trip or even take in a basketball game.

Subdivisions in Star

Amid all the hustle and bustle of most growing towns you’ll find Star has a great deal of down-to-earth, rural charm. What makes Star especially unique is the budding business community.

Star is becoming a popular destination for home buyers in search of a new start and for business owners looking for a community with fresh appeal. City population has increased more than sixty-two percent over the last five years but the city is working diligently to insure all new development fits within the city’s comprehensive plan. There are many new commercial and residential projects in the works and residents are highly encouraged to have a voice in the planning process.

Parks and recreation are a top priority at city hall. Star now has its first official park, called Blake Haven Park and it’s just the beginning. Plans are in the works to add a playground and perhaps either soccer and/or ball fields. In the coming months and years you’ll be seeing more new places for outdoor recreation and fun.