CALDWELL

Quick Stats

$390,500

Median Home Price

2021

10

Average Days

On Market

$43,269

Median Household

Income (2017)

2,375

Elevation

(ft. above sea level)

58,481

Population

(est 7/2019)

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     The city of Caldwell, located to the west of Nampa along the western edge of the Treasure Valley, is the county seat of Canyon County. Caldwell features a rich agricultural history. It has the appeal of being a smaller community yet has the benefit of being a short drive to the larger cities of the Treasure Valley. 

     Downtown Caldwell has undergone a revitalization in recent years and the Indian Creek Plaza area is a fun destination with shopping, festivals, concerts, farmer’s market, splash pads, and even ice skating in winter. It is a great place to visit with your family. The booming Idaho wine industry is a growing attraction, and the Sunnyslope Wine Trail begins in the Caldwell area. The area is beautiful and features several wineries to visit and experience what they have to offer. Caldwell is also home to two golf courses, numerous parks, and green belt walking paths for your recreational enjoyment.  

     The College of Idaho, a private liberal arts college, is in Caldwell. The college offers 26 majors and 58 minors and has a small student to faculty ratio for an enhanced learning experience. The college boasts one of the highest graduation rates and student retention rates in Idaho. 

     Major employers in Caldwell include J.R. Simplot, West Valley Medical Center, College of Idaho, and Vallivue School District among others. The real estate opportunities include small to mid-size homes as well as larger homes and farms/ranches. The smaller city lifestyle may be perfect for you and your family to enjoy.