Boise Valley Communities

From urban living in a vibrant downtown setting to planned communities surrounded by acres of farmland, the Boise Valley offers countless lifestyle options to meet your particular tastes and needs. While each community possesses its own distinct personality, business benefits and opportunities, there is a genuine spirit of cooperation among cities, businesses and government leaders to enhance the quality of life in the Boise Valley by advancing the region’s economic development.

Looking for a new place to live? Find facts and figures about the Boise Valley Residential Real Estate market in Ada and Canyon Counties from 2009 through the third quarter of 2011 here.  The Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce also sells relocation packets for a minimal cost.  Click here to order one or call the Chamber's receptionist at (208) 472-5205 for more information.

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Boise is the hub of commerce, banking, high-tech development, government and industry for Idaho. As the third largest city in the Pacific Northwest, Boise offers vibrant cultural and recreational opportunities, friendly people, and a legendary mild climate. Selected in March 2009 by Conde Nast as the nation's 5th Best City for Small Business, Boise boasts the nation’s best growth rate (7.4 percent) for small businesses.

Boise is Idaho’s capital city and is the home of Boise State University, known for its academic and athletic excellence. The city offers a highly educated and experienced workforce, affordable housing and a safe, clean and vibrant downtown with outstanding dining options. World class skiing, fishing, hiking and other activities are easily accessible from Boise. Visit

Clark Krause
Executive Director
Mobile: 208-863-9675
Phone: 208-472-5230
Jana Jones
Director, Economic Development Services
Mobile: 208-921-4686
Phone: 208-472-5246
Lisa Bloomquist
Marketing & Content Manager
Mobile: 208-340-6990
Phone: 208-472-5229
250 S. 5th St.
Suite 300
Boise, Idaho 83702
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