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The city of Nampa is located 20 miles west of Boise and 6 miles west of Meridian. It is the third largest city in the State of Idaho and the largest city in Canyon County. Nampa’s heritage is an agricultural railroad town but it has grown into a charming community perfect for families who want an urban lifestyle without living in the larger city of Boise.
Nampa prides itself on its many parks full of opportunities such as play areas, swimming pools, walking paths, tennis courts, basketball courts, baseball fields, and picnic areas. There are many restaurants, shopping and entertainment options. The Ford Idaho Center hosts concerts, trade shows, equestrian shows, rodeos, and sporting events throughout the year. Lake Lowell is located nearby for boating and fishing activities. There are also several golf courses within the city.
There are several higher education opportunities in the city of Nampa. Northwest Nazarene University (NNU) is a private Christian liberal arts college affiliated with the Church of the Nazarene. NNU is a university offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in a variety of disciplines. The College of Western Idaho (CWI) is also in Nampa. CWI is Idaho’s largest public community college offering associate degrees, career-technical training, and continuing education. Boise State University also has a center in Nampa.
The city of Nampa is economically stable and has many job opportunities. Major employers in Nampa include Amalgamated Sugar Company, NNU, Lactalis American Group and Pepsi to name a few. An Amazon distribution center is currently under construction as well.
Living in Nampa is attractive to many people as the cost of living and home prices tend to be lower than in nearby cities. Real estate options vary from small to mid-size homes to large luxury homes and farms/ranches. Nampa may be just the right fit for your family!
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