Everything you want and need in a city can be found in Nampa – minus the big city feel. Nampa’s nickname is “The Heart of Treasure Valley,” and its natural beauty is evident in all directions.
This affordable city is also the gateway to Idaho wine country. Every year, visitors flock to the area to explore local vineyards and discover that the city is also brimming with museums, music venues and a historic, postcard-perfect Main Street.
A pro-business way of thinking has attracted many companies to Nampa, and the city has developed a diverse economy. Nampa has always featured a strong agricultural base with the production of sweet corn seed, livestock, dairy, alfalfa and wine grapes, and now other thriving business sectors attracting young talent include advanced manufacturing, biotechnology, health care, food processing, retail, education and construction.
Nampa is graced with outdoor beauty, and residents have many places to enjoy the great outdoors. The city features 27 parks and 14 miles of pedestrian pathways, and golfers can hit the fairways at Centennial Golf Course and Ridgecrest Golf Club.
If you’re thinking about moving to Nampa, be sure to check out the publications below for more information of living and working in this Idaho gem.
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