Is it all about Boise?
When a person starts thinking where he or she should live in Idaho, the first city that crosses their minds is, of course, Boise. It is the largest cultural, educational and technological center of the state that has been included into the Smart Assest’s 2017 list of the best cities to live in 2017. In addition to many different jobs offered in the market and great outdoor recreation activities, the city features rather a low crime rate and an affordable cost of living. It is a green city with numerous parks, wonderful artistic and theatrical life, and sports. However, if you think that it is the only city in Idaho where you will feel comfortable and happy, you are mistaken. The second largest city in Idaho is Idaho Falls famous for its extensive river walk, focus on agriculture and such industries as retail, entertainment, and medicine. It has been ranked one of the 100 best cities to live in the US and raise kids.
Twin Fall is the 7th largest city in the state known for its college, several large food producing companies and agriculture. It is great for families with kids as there is an extensive range of public schools and recreation.
The other cities of Idaho that can be chosen for relocation are Moscow, Nampa or Standpoint located in Northern Idaho. Being not large in area and population they still offer a silent and measured life for everyone.