The Landscape of what was to become Nampa in Canyon County was changed forever when the Railroad made its way through. The sagebrush-covered ground was cleared and leveled so tracks could be laid, and Nampa became one of the many towns that sprang up along the tracks. Many businesses also began to grow from the small population of 799 people in 1900 to over 100,000 in 2020.
Nampa is just a 20 min drive from the Boise Metropolitan area and is the 3rd largest city in Idaho. Businesses have continued to find Nampa as a great place to open. The first-ever indoor mall of Treasure Valley was built in 1965 and now many shopping areas are around the Nampa area. In 2020 Amazon built a large fulfillment center which added jobs in the area. Two different major hospitals have been built in the last few years and have some of the best medical care around. Some of the great agricultural areas have given way to new businesses, newer subdivisions with many parks and recreation centers. The Snake River Stampede Rodeo, every July, and continuing local level activities throughout the year make Nampa a great place to live. Single-family housing is affordable starting at $390,000 with homes and acreages available also.
Come visit Nampa and wineries in the area and enjoy all that Nampa has to offer.
Nampa has a population of 100,673. Nampa is less family-centric than the surrounding county with 35% households with children. The county percentage for households with children is 36%.
The median household income in Nampa is $46,737. The median household income for the surrounding county is $49,926 compared to the national median of $61,963. The median age of people living in Nampa is 32.7 years.
The average high temperature in July is 90.5 degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 20.8 degrees. The annual precipitation is 11.37.
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