Twin Falls, ID: What you need to know

Located in Southern Idaho, 130 miles from Boise, Twin Falls is best known for Shoshone Falls, the Niagara of the West, and bountiful outdoor adventures. Adventure seekers here can enjoy whitewater rafting, kayaking, rock-climbing and BASE jumping from Perrine Bridge, a must-try that earned it spot on Livability.com's Top 10 Death Defying Cities. Twin Falls has a thriving agriculture-based economy, which powers its reputation as a preferred location for food science, production and processing companies. Local schools receives strong support from the community in both academics and sports, and The College of Southern Idaho provides higher education opportunities while also enriching the community's arts and culture scene.


Twin Falls, ID City Profile

Quick Facts

Population 45,984
Median Age 32
Median Household Income $41,927
Median Home Price $141,200
Walkscore 38
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Twin Falls, ID Health and Health Care

High-quality health care is close at hand for Southern Idaho residents

Twin Falls, ID trails are a great way to stay healthy and exercise throughout the year.

Twin Falls, ID Business and Economy

Businesses innovate, conserve to protect environment

Young pros share why they love it here

Clif Bar Baking Company Opens Sustainable Bakery

‘Manufacturing Community’ status provides access to major agricultural grants

Manufacturing, food production, distribution sectors are among economic leaders

Southern Idaho’s agriculture production dominates

New construction and redevelopment bring lots of activity to historic downtown Twin Falls, ID.

Several companies in Twin Falls, ID are experimenting with food science making the region known for "feeding the world".

Chobani's $300 million Greek yogurt plant in Twin Falls, ID is churning out jobs for the region's dairy industry.

There are many food and agriculture jobs in Twin Falls, ID.

Twin Falls, ID is known for its dairy production and processing, and it continues to grow.

There are many food-based companies and agriculture businesses in the Twin Falls, ID region.

Twin Falls, ID is a Top 10 Accessible City. Learn more about how easy transportation is around the city.

Twin Falls, ID Schools

Schools build solid foundations and enhance them with advanced learning opportunities

Initiative teaches high-schoolers about leadership, community

CSI has been a strong influence on Magic Valley

College of Southern Idaho and Boise State University providing students with a great college education in Twin Falls, ID.

Twin Falls, ID Demographics

Population By Gender

  Male 49.1%
  Female 50.9%

 
Total Employed Armed Forces: 10
In Twin Falls, ID

 
9.5% CIVILIAN VETERANS
in Twin Falls, ID

Median Population

Median Age 32.4%
Age 18 Over 72.5%
Age 21 Over 68%
Age 62 Over 17.2%
Age 65 Over 14.1%

Race

  Ethnicity White 90.6%
  Ethnicity Black 0.7%
  Ethnicity Asian 2.6%
  Ethnicity Hispanic 15.1%
  Ethnicity Indian 1.4%
  Ethnicity Other 2.3%

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Economics

  Median Household Income $41,927
  Median Home Price $141,200
  Homes Owned 40.5%
  Homes Rent 59.5%
  Median Property Rent $685

Southern Idaho has so much to offer anyone who loves the outdoors. Nature has been very kind to us.

Bill Greene, coordinator of Team Weenie Running Club

Language

  English Only 84.9%
  English Other 15.1%

 
COMMUTE TIME: 15.6 MINUTES
in Twin Falls, ID

Commute Types

  Walked 2.6%
  Worked at Home 2.7%
  Public Transportation 0.4%
  Other Means 2.7%
  Drove Alone 81%
  Carpooled 10.6%

38/100
WALK SCORE
for Twin Falls, ID