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Old Posted Jun 23, 2015, 5:01 PM
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the 'burbs are definitely growing like a weed. just seems boise's growth has slowed.

personally, i'd like to see boise do some serious annexing and extend the city limits to areas that are prime for growth, such as the land between the micron plant and the canyon.
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Old Posted Mar 27, 2016, 12:37 AM
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Here are the 2015 county results:

1. Ada 434,211
2. Canyon 207,478
3. Kootenai 150,346
4. Bonneville 110,089
5. Bannock 83,744
6. Twin Falls 82,375
7. Bingham 44,990
8. Bonner 41,859
9. New Perce 40,048
10. Latah 38,778
11. Madison 38,273

Ada should be at 450,000 in 2 years. Kootenai just passed 150,000. Bonneville just passed 110,000. Twin Falls should pass Bannock in 2 years.

Here are the 2015 metro/micro results:

1. Boise metro (Ada, Canyon, Gem, Owyhee, Boise) 676,909
2. Coeur d'Alene metro (Kootenai) 150,346
3. Idaho Falls metro (Bonneville, Jefferson, Butte) 139,747
4. Twin Falls micro (Twin Falls, Jerome) 105,189
5. Pocatello metro (Bannock) 83,744
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First time I've seen Boise considered in a Combined Statistical Area.

756,061 (2015) Boise City-Mountain Home-Ontario, ID-OR CSA



Coeur d'Alene and Idaho Falls.

698,170 (2015) Spokane-Spokane Valley-Coeur d'Alene, WA-ID CSA
235,829 (2015) Idaho Falls-Rexburg-Blackfoot, ID CSA



Annual Estimates of the Resident Population: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2015
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division
Release Date: March 2016

https://www.census.gov/popest/data/m...015/index.html

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Old Posted May 19, 2016, 1:13 PM
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Here are the 2015 city results:

1. Boise 218,281
2. Meridian 90,739
3. Nampa 89,839
4. Idaho Falls 59,184
5. Pocatello 54,441
6. Caldwell 51,686
7. Coeur d'Alene 49,122
8. Twin Falls 47,468
9. Lewiston 32,544
10. Post Falls 30,453
11. Rexburg 27,663
12. Moscow 25,060
13. Eagle 23,612
14. Kuna 17,226
15. Ammon 14,960
16. Chubbuck 14,428
17. Hayden 14,133
18. Mountain Home 13,730

---Merdian surpassed Nampa as Idaho's second largest city
---Meridian will have 100,000 people by 2019
---Nampa will have 90,000 people by next year
---Idaho Falls will have 60,000 people by 2017
---Coeur d'Alene will have 50,000 people by next year
---Post Falls now has 30,000 people
---Moscow now has 25,000 people
---Ammon will have 15,000 people by next year
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Spokane, WA-Cd'A, ID CSA....721,873

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I just noticed the typo for Rexburg Roxburg sounds nice for this fascist town lol.

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Here are the 2015 city results:

1. Boise 218,281
2. Meridian 90,739
3. Nampa 89,839
4. Idaho Falls 59,184
5. Pocatello 54,441
6. Caldwell 51,686
7. Coeur d'Alene 49,122
8. Twin Falls 47,468
9. Lewiston 32,544
10. Post Falls 30,453
11. Roxburg 27,663
12. Moscow 25,060
13. Eagle 23,612
14. Kuna 17,226
15. Ammon 14,960
16. Chubbuck 14,428
17. Hayden 14,133
18. Mountain Home 13,730

---Merdian surpassed Nampa as Idaho's second largest city
---Meridian will have 100,000 people by 2019
---Nampa will have 90,000 people by next year
---Idaho Falls will have 60,000 people by 2017
---Coeur d'Alene will have 50,000 people by next year
---Post Falls now has 30,000 people
---Moscow now has 25,000 people
---Ammon will have 15,000 people by next year
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I'm really impressed with the robust growth Coeur d'Alene has experienced over the last half-decade! Up 11.3% since 2010, it's growing at 2.5x the rate of the Spokane-CdA CSA and more than double Idaho's state growth rate of 5.6% (5-year)

Coeur d'Alene:

2010: 44,137 (Base Year)
2011: 45,024 (+887; +2.01%)
2012: 45,574 (+550; +1.22%)
2013: 46,378 (+804; +1.76%)
2014: 47,887 (+1,509; +3.25%)
2015: 49,672 (+1,235; +2.58%)
5-yr total increase: +4,987 (11.30%)

Spokane/CdA CSA:

2010: 667,487 (Base Year)
2011: 670,964 (+3,478; +0.52%)
2012: 674,724 (+4,760; +0.71%)
2013: 679,955 (+5,231; +0.78%)
2014: 688,160 (+8,205; +1.21%)
2015: 698,170 (+10,010; +1.46%)
5-yr total increase: +31,684 (4.75%)

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Old Posted Jun 5, 2016, 5:31 AM
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First time I've seen Boise considered in a Combined Statistical Area.

756,061 (2015) Boise City-Mountain Home-Ontario, ID-OR CSA



Coeur d'Alene and Idaho Falls.

698,170 (2015) Spokane-Spokane Valley-Coeur d'Alene, WA-ID CSA
235,829 (2015) Idaho Falls-Rexburg-Blackfoot, ID CSA



Annual Estimates of the Resident Population: April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2015
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division
Release Date: March 2016

https://www.census.gov/popest/data/m...015/index.html
I wonder how long it will be before Elmore county joins the MSA.. seems like lots of commuting between mountain home and boise...


also, the city of boise needs to annex the southwest ada county alliance.. that has been put off long enough and with all the development, it's just time.. that would bring another 40K people into the city of boise population..
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http://www.boiseweekly.com/boise/hig...nt?oid=3949853

High Birth Rate, Domestic Migration Result in Idaho Becoming Third-Fastest Growing State in U.S.

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Idaho's population was pegged at 1,683,140 as of July 1, representing an estimated increase of more than 30,300 residents from the previous 12 months.

Economists said the population growth could be attributed to a combination of a high birth rate and in-migration from other states. Approximately 19,000 people moved to Idaho from states within the U.S. and abroad between mid-2015 and mid-2016. Additionally, Idaho's birth rate—13.7 births per 1,000 women—was ranked seventh highest in the nation.
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Here are the 2016 county results:

1. Ada 444,028
2. Canyon 211,698
3. Kootenai 154,311
4. Bonneville 112,232
5. Bannock 84,377
6. Twin Falls 83,514
7. Bingham 45,201
8. Bonner 42,536
9. New Perce 40,369
10. Latah 39,196
11. Madison 39,048

Ada should pass 450,000 next year. Twin Falls should pass Bannock next year. Latah & Madison should pass 40,000 in the next 2 years.


Here are the 2016 metro/micro results:

1. Boise metro (Ada, Canyon, Gem, Owyhee, Boise) 691,423
2. Coeur d'Alene metro (Kootenai) 154,311
3. Idaho Falls metro (Bonneville, Jefferson, Butte) 142,572
4. Twin Falls micro (Twin Falls, Jerome) 106,508
5. Pocatello metro (Bannock) 84,377
6. Lewiston metro (Nez Perce & Asotin, WA) 62,675

Boise metro should pass 700,000 next year. In the next few years Twin Falls will become a metro area.
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Coeur d'Alene, ID MSA .......157,637
Spokane, WA-Cd'A, ID CSA....721,873

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jimthemanincda, do you have access for the updated numbers for the
Boise City-Mountain Home-Ontario, ID-OR CSA?
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2015-2016
Coeur d'Alene was the 11th fastest growing metro area in the U.S. (2.6%)
Boise was the 19th fastest growing metro area in the U.S. (2.3%)

2010-2016
Boise metro grew 12.1%, moving up from the 85th largest metro in the U.S. to the 81st largest metro in the U.S.
Coeur d'Alene metro grew 11.4%, moving up from the 285th largest metro in the U.S. to the 264th largest metro in the U.S.
Idaho Falls metro grew 6.9%, moving up from the 297th largest metro in the U.S. to the 289th largest metro in the U.S.
Twin Falls micro grew 6.9%, moving up from the 30th largest micro in the U.S. to the 21st largest micro in the U.S. (if it were a metro area, it would rank around 343rd)
Pocatello metro grew 1.9%, moving down from the 370th largest metro in the U.S. to the 371st largest metro in the U.S.
Lewiston metro grew 2.9%, staying the 380th largest metro in the U.S.
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Coeur d'Alene, ID MSA .......157,637
Spokane, WA-Cd'A, ID CSA....721,873
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jimthemanincda, do you have access for the updated numbers for the
Boise City-Mountain Home-Ontario, ID-OR CSA?
770,906 Boise CSA

All of the data sets were released to the public this morning
Metros, micros, CSAs
https://www.census.gov/data/tables/2...cal-areas.html
Counties
https://www.census.gov/data/tables/2...ies-total.html
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Coeur d'Alene, ID population....50,665
Coeur d'Alene, ID MSA .......157,637
Spokane, WA-Cd'A, ID CSA....721,873

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Here are the 2016 city results:

1. Boise 223,154
2. Meridian 95,623
3. Nampa 91,382
4. Idaho Falls 60,211
5. Pocatello 54,746
6. Caldwell 53,149
7. Coeur d'Alene 50,285
8. Twin Falls 48,260
9. Lewiston 32,872
10. Post Falls 31,865
11. Rexburg 28,222
12. Moscow 25,322
13. Eagle 24,785
14. Kuna 17,902
15. Ammon 15,252
16. Chubbuck 14,644
17. Hayden 14,344
18. Mountain Home 13,840

---Boise should have 225,000 next year
---Meridian might pass 100,000 next year
---Nampa should have 100,000 in 6 years
---Idaho Falls passed the 60,000 mark
---Caldwell will surpass Pocatello as the 5th largest city within 2 years
---Coeur d'Alene passed the 50,000 mark
---Post Falls will surpass Lewiston as the 9th largest city next year
---Eagle will surpass Moscow as the 12th largest city next year
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Here are the 2016 city results:

1. Boise 223,154
2. Meridian 95,623
3. Nampa 91,382
4. Idaho Falls 60,211
5. Pocatello 54,746
6. Caldwell 53,149
7. Coeur d'Alene 50,285
8. Twin Falls 48,260
9. Lewiston 32,872
10. Post Falls 31,865
11. Rexburg 28,222
12. Moscow 25,322
13. Eagle 24,785
14. Kuna 17,902
15. Ammon 15,252
16. Chubbuck 14,644
17. Hayden 14,344
18. Mountain Home 13,840

---Boise should have 225,000 next year
---Meridian might pass 100,000 next year
---Nampa should have 100,000 in 6 years
---Idaho Falls passed the 60,000 mark
---Caldwell will surpass Pocatello as the 5th largest city within 2 years
---Coeur d'Alene passed the 50,000 mark
---Post Falls will surpass Lewiston as the 9th largest city next year
---Eagle will surpass Moscow as the 12th largest city next year
Interesting that at some point in the near future all 5 of Idaho's largest cities will be part of the Boise MSA. Coeur d' Alene is buzzing along but I think that'll slow mainly due to geographic constraints whereas Caldwell doesn't have any...
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Was checking out CSA population numbers on the Wiki- looks like Boise is at 770k while Spokane-CDA is at 710k. Wonder how that works our density wise since Boise’s CSA stretches 100 miles versus Spokane’s 35 or so.
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Was checking out CSA population numbers on the Wiki- looks like Boise is at 770k while Spokane-CDA is at 710k. Wonder how that works our density wise since Boise’s CSA stretches 100 miles versus Spokane’s 35 or so.
The Spokane CSA (Spokane, Stevens, and Pend Oreille Counties in WA and Kootenai County, ID) covers 6886 square miles, and has a population density of 103 people per sq/mi.

The Boise CSA (Ada, Boise, Canyon, Elmore, Gem, Owyhee, and Payette Counties in ID, and Malhuer County in OR) covers 22,173 square miles, and has a population density of 34 people per sq/mi.

What makes the Boise CSA seem so sparse compared to the Spokane CSA is the inclusion of Owyhee and Malhuer counties. While these two counties add 17,626 square miles, and by themselves are 2.5 times the area of the Spokane CSA, they add fewer than 43,000 people.

In other words, Owyhee and Malhuer counties make up over 79% of the land area of the Boise CSA, but only contain 5% of the population. Hence the much lower population density of the Boise CSA.
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Here are the 2017 county results:

1. Ada 456,849
2. Canyon 216,699
3. Kootenai 157,637
4. Bonneville 114,595
5. Bannock 85,269
6. Twin Falls 85,124
7. Bingham 45,927
8. Bonner 43,560
9. New Perce 40,385
10. Latah 39,333
11. Madison 39,141

Ada passed 450,000 and should hit 500,000 around 2021. Twin Falls should pass Bannock next year. Latah & Madison should pass 40,000 in the next 2-3 years.


Here are the 2017 metro/micro results:

1. Boise metro (Ada, Canyon, Gem, Owyhee, Boise) 709,845
2. Coeur d'Alene metro (Kootenai) 157,637
3. Idaho Falls metro (Bonneville, Jefferson, Butte) 145,643
4. Twin Falls micro (Twin Falls, Jerome) 108,751
5. Pocatello metro (Bannock) 85,269
6. Lewiston metro (Nez Perce & Asotin, WA) 62,920

Boise metro passed 700,000. In the next few years Twin Falls will become a metro area.

Coeur d’Alene was the 5th fastest growing metro area in the nation last year. Boise was the 7th. Sandpoint was the 7th fastest growing micro area in the nation last year. Mountain Home was the 9th.
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Boise-Mountain Home-Ontario CSA 790,363
Spokane-Spokane Valley-Coeur d’Alene CSA 721,873
Idaho Falls-Rexburg-Blackfoot CSA 243,805

Boise CSA will easily surpass 800,000 next year and should hit 900,00 around 2024. Spokane/Cd’A CSA will be at 750,000 within 3 years. Idaho Falls CSA will hit 250,000 in 2 years.
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Here are the 2017 city results:

1. Boise 226,570
2. Meridian 99,926
3. Nampa 93,590
4. Idaho Falls 61,076
5. Pocatello 55,193
6. Caldwell 54,660
7. Coeur d'Alene 50,665
8. Twin Falls 49,202
9. Post Falls 33,290
10. Lewiston 32,820
11. Rexburg 28,337
12. Eagle 26,089
13. Moscow 25,146
14. Kuna 19,200
15. Ammon 15,540
16. Chubbuck 14,869
17. Hayden 14,693
18. Mountain Home 14,224

---Boise passed 225,000 people
---Meridian will pass 100,000 next year
---Nampa should have 100,000 in 4 years
---Caldwell will surpass Pocatello as the 5th largest city next year
---Twin Falls will pass 50,000 next year
---Post Falls surpassed Lewiston as the 9th largest city
---Eagle surpassed Moscow as the 12th largest city
---Kuna will pass 20,000 next year
---Hayden will surpass Chubbuck next year

Source: https://www.census.gov/data/datasets...ns.html#tables
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