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Old Posted Apr 5, 2012, 8:26 PM
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Here are the county results:
7/1/2011 pop. 4/1/2010 pop.
1. Ada County 400,842 392,365
2. Canyon County 191,694 188,923
3. Kootenai County 141,132 138,494
4. Bonneville County 105,772 104,234
5. Bannock County 83,691 82,839
6. Twin Falls County 78,005 77,230
7. Bingham County 45,952 45,607
8. Bonner County 40,808 40,877
9. Nez Perce County 39,543 39,265
10. Madison County 37,864 37,536

There were no changes in the top 10 from last year. Ada County surpassed 400,000 in population! Canyon County should have over 200,000 people by 2014 and Kootenai County should have 150,000 people by 2015.

Metro/micro areas:
1. Boise-Nampa metro 627,664
2. Coeur d'Alene metro 141,132
3. Idaho Falls metro 132,073 (Idaho Falls CSA=178,025)
4. Twin Falls micro100,687
5. Pocatello metro 91,457
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Old Posted Apr 5, 2012, 8:27 PM
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It looks like the recession never really affected Idaho's growth other than slowing it down a bit. I am getting used to the slow pace of growth but I would have no problem going back to the pre recession growth either.
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I.F. Metro: 132,073
I.F. Bingham CSA: 178,025
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Here are the 2011 results for cities (as of July 1):

2011 pop. 2010 pop. % change
1. Boise 210,145 206,252 1.89
2. Nampa 82,755 81,774 1.20
3. Meridian 76,750 75,308 1.91
4. Idaho Falls 57,646 57,022 1.09
5. Pocatello 54,810 54,373 .80
6. Caldwell 46,905 46,354 1.19
7. Coeur d'Alene 44,962 44,269 1.57
8. Twin Falls 44,564 44,273 .66
9. Lewiston 32,119 31,936 .57
10. Post Falls 28,104 27,658 1.61
11. Rexburg 25,705 25,528 .69
12. Moscow 24,080 23,842 1.00
13. Eagle 20,347 19,964 1.92
14. Kuna 15,548 15,256 1.91
15. Chubbuck 14,067 13,952 .82
16. Ammon 14,019 13,868 1.09
17. Mountain Home 13,841 14,231 (2.74)
18. Hayden 13,550 13,334 1.62

The only big change since last year was Eagle hitting 20,000 residents.

Boise, Meridian, Coeur d'Alene, Post Falls, Eagle, Kuna, and Hayden all grew more than 1.5% last year.

Source: http://www.census.gov/popest/data/ci...EST2011-3.html

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Here are the 2011 results for cities (as of July 1):

2011 pop. 2010 pop. % change
1. Boise 210,145 206,252 1.89
2. Nampa 82,755 81,774 1.20
3. Meridian 76,750 75,308 1.91
4. Idaho Falls 57,646 57,022 1.09
5. Pocatello 54,810 54,373 .80
6. Caldwell 46,905 46,354 1.19
7. Coeur d'Alene 44,962 44,269 1.57
8. Twin Falls 44,564 44,273 .66
9. Lewiston 32,119 31,936 .57
10. Post Falls 28,104 27,658 1.61
11. Rexburg 25,705 25,528 .69
12. Moscow 24,080 23,842 1.00
13. Eagle 20,347 19,964 1.92
14. Kuna 15,548 15,256 1.91
15. Chubbuck 14,067 13,952 .82
16. Ammon 14,019 13,868 1.09
17. Mountain Home 13,841 14,231 (2.74)
18. Hayden 13,550 13,334 1.62

The only big change since last year was Eagle hitting 20,000 residents.

Boise, Meridian, Coeur d'Alene, Post Falls, Eagle, Kuna, and Hayden all grew more than 1.5% last year.

Source: http://www.census.gov/popest/data/ci...EST2011-3.html

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eagle is poised to really grow if the avimor development grows as planned.
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eagle is poised to really grow if the avimor development grows as planned.
I believe Avimor is kinda dead. M3 is the mega development still on the books.
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2012 Metro & Micro Area estimates came out last week. Here are the numbers for Idaho's Metros & Micros:
7/1/11 7/1/12 % growth
1) Boise metro 627,636 637,896 1.63
(Ada, Canyon, Gem, Owyhee counties)
2) Coeur d'Alene metro 141,103 142,357 .89
(Kootenai county)
3) Idaho Falls metro 134,847 136,108 .94
(Bonneville, Butte, Jefferson counties)
4) Twin Falls micro 101,094 100,570 .52
(Jerome, Twin Falls counties)
5) Pocatello metro 83,524 83,800 .33
(Bannock county)
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Here are the county results:
7/1/2012 pop. 7/1/11 pop. % increase
1. Ada County 409,061 401,092 1.99%
2. Canyon County 193,888 191,367 1.32%
3. Kootenai County 142,357 141,103 .89%
4. Bonneville County 106,684 105,706 .93%
5. Bannock County 83,800 83,524 .33%
6. Twin Falls County 78,595 78,074.67%
7. Bingham County 45,474 45,850 <.83%>
8. Bonner County 40,476 40,837 <.89%>
9. Nez Perce County 39,531 39,428 .26%
10. Latah County 38,184 37,882 .80%
11. Madison County 37,456 37,827 <.99%>

Latah County moved ahead of Madison County over the past year. Other than that there were no changes in rankings in the largest counties.

If current rates continue, Ada County will have 450,000 people by 2018, Canyon County will have 200,000 people by 2015, Kootenai County will have 150,000 people by 2018, and Bonneville County will have 110,000 people by 2016.

For Metro & Micro Areas, Sandpoint was finally named a Micro Area this year and has 40,476 in its Micro Area.
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2012 pop.
1. Boise 212,303
2. Nampa 83,930
3. Meridian 80,386
4. Idaho Falls 57,899
5. Pocatello 54,777
6. Caldwell 47,668
7. Coeur d'Alene 45,579
8. Twin Falls 45,158
9. Lewiston 32,051
10. Post Falls 28,651
11. Rexburg 25,732
12. Moscow 24,499
13. Eagle 21,025
14. Kuna 16,189
15. Ammon 14,199
16. Chubbuck 14,166
17. Mountain Home 13,791
18. Hayden 13,549

Ammon surpassed Chubbuck in population over the last year. Meridian is catching up and should overtake Nampa in population in a few years. Idaho Falls is slowly distancing itself from Pocatello in population.
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2013 pop.
1. Boise 214,237
2. Nampa 86,518
3. Meridian 83,596
4. Idaho Falls 58,292
5. Pocatello 54,350
6. Caldwell 48,957
7. Coeur d'Alene 46,402
8. Twin Falls 45,981
9. Lewiston 32,401
10. Post Falls 29,357
11. Rexburg 26,520
12. Moscow 24,534
13. Eagle 21,646
14. Kuna 16,532
15. Ammon 14,460
16. Chubbuck 14,125
17. Mountain Home 13,805
18. Hayden 13,681

There were no changes in the top 18 this year

---Meridian is catching up and should overtake Nampa in population within 2 years. Both Meridian and Nampa should have over 90,000 people within 3 years.
---Caldwell should have over 50,000 in the next year.
---Idaho Falls is increasing its population lead over Pocatello.
---Post Falls should have over 30,000 in the next year.
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Here are the county results:
7/1/2012 pop. 7/1/11 pop. % increase
1. Ada County 409,061 401,092 1.99%
2. Canyon County 193,888 191,367 1.32%
3. Kootenai County 142,357 141,103 .89%
4. Bonneville County 106,684 105,706 .93%
5. Bannock County 83,800 83,524 .33%
6. Twin Falls County 78,595 78,074.67%
7. Bingham County 45,474 45,850 <.83%>
8. Bonner County 40,476 40,837 <.89%>
9. Nez Perce County 39,531 39,428 .26%
10. Latah County 38,184 37,882 .80%
11. Madison County 37,456 37,827 <.99%>

Latah County moved ahead of Madison County over the past year. Other than that there were no changes in rankings in the largest counties.

If current rates continue, Ada County will have 450,000 people by 2018, Canyon County will have 200,000 people by 2015, Kootenai County will have 150,000 people by 2018, and Bonneville County will have 110,000 people by 2016.

For Metro & Micro Areas, Sandpoint was finally named a Micro Area this year and has 40,476 in its Micro Area.
Here are the 2014 county results:
1. Ada 426,236
2. Canyon 203,143
3. Kootenai 147,326
4. Bonneville 108,623
5. Bannock 83,347
6. Twin Falls 80,914
7. Bingham 45,269
8. Bonner 41,585
9. Nez Perce 40,007
10. Latah 38,411
11. Madison 38,038

Ada should be at 450,00 in 3 years. Canyon just passes 200,000. Kootenai will be at 150,000 next year. Bonneville should be at 110,000 in 2 years. Twin Falls should pass Bannock as 5th most populous in 3 years.
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2013 pop.
1. Boise 214,237
2. Nampa 86,518
3. Meridian 83,596
4. Idaho Falls 58,292
5. Pocatello 54,350
6. Caldwell 48,957
7. Coeur d'Alene 46,402
8. Twin Falls 45,981
9. Lewiston 32,401
10. Post Falls 29,357
11. Rexburg 26,520
12. Moscow 24,534
13. Eagle 21,646
14. Kuna 16,532
15. Ammon 14,460
16. Chubbuck 14,125
17. Mountain Home 13,805
18. Hayden 13,681

There were no changes in the top 18 this year

---Meridian is catching up and should overtake Nampa in population within 2 years. Both Meridian and Nampa should have over 90,000 people within 3 years.
---Caldwell should have over 50,000 in the next year.
---Idaho Falls is increasing its population lead over Pocatello.
---Post Falls should have over 30,000 in the next year.
Here are the 2014 city results:
1. Boise 216,282
2. Nampa 88,211
3. Meridian 87,743
4. Idaho Falls 58,691
5. Pocatello 54,292
6. Caldwell 50,224
7. Coeur d'Alene 47,912
8. Twin Falls 46,528
9. Lewiston 32,482
10. Post Falls 29,896
11. Moscow 24,767
12. Rexburg 27,094
13. Eagle 22,502
14. Kuna 16,999
15. Ammon 14,685
16. Chubbuck 14,229
17. Hayden 13,870
18. Mountain Home 13,780

The only change in the top 18 this year was Hayden passing Mountain Home

---Caldwell now has 50,000 people
---Post Falls will have 30,000 by next year
---Coeur d'Alene will have 50,000 residents within the next 2 years. Twin Falls should hit 50,000 in the next 4 years.
---Meridian will surpass Nampa as Idaho's second largest city in the next year. Both Meridian and Nampa will have 90,000 people within the next 2 years.
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Really wanting to see Caldwell get into the number 4 spot. How long until Eagle or Kuna fills out the big 5...
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Here are the 2014 city results:
1. Boise 216,282
2. Nampa 88,211
3. Meridian 87,743
4. Idaho Falls 58,691
5. Pocatello 54,292
6. Caldwell 50,224
7. Coeur d'Alene 47,912
8. Twin Falls 46,528
9. Lewiston 32,482
10. Post Falls 29,896
11. Moscow 24,767
12. Rexburg 27,094
13. Eagle 22,502
14. Kuna 16,999
15. Ammon 14,685
16. Chubbuck 14,229
17. Hayden 13,870
18. Mountain Home 13,780
It looks like Twin Falls may make it to the 50,000 mark by 2020 which would make it its own Metro area. I've always imagined the rim of the Snake River would be a great area for some high rises
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It looks like Twin Falls may make it to the 50,000 mark by 2020 which would make it its own Metro area. I've always imagined the rim of the Snake River would be a great area for some high rises
I actually expect that to happen either next year or in 2017. Metros are contiguous populations of 50,000 or more. The city of Twin Falls, along with neighboring Kimberly, have over 49,000 residents already...(for example, the city of Coeur d'Alene has less than 50,000 residents, but combined with the neighboring cities of Post Falls, Hayden, Dalton Gardens, Fernan, and Huetter, the area has been a metro for over 10 years now).
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This thread should be renamed "Idaho Census Thread" or something similar since data has been continuously updated.
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sure seems like Boise's population growth has slowed dramatically over the last 15 years. I wonder if that's because most of the growth has been in the suburbs, or if there's not much room left within the Boise city limits, but the amount of construction in the city (especially Harris Ranch and downtown) seems to suggest that Boise is still growing.
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sure seems like Boise's population growth has slowed dramatically over the last 15 years. I wonder if that's because most of the growth has been in the suburbs, or if there's not much room left within the Boise city limits, but the amount of construction in the city (especially Harris Ranch and downtown) seems to suggest that Boise is still growing.
I think it's safe to assume that Boise's growth in past decades was largely dependent on urban sprawl. I hope the trend of redevelopment in the urban core and infill of existing neighborhoods continue. Eventually as Boise becomes more dense, we'll start to see taller buildings downtown.
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sure seems like Boise's population growth has slowed dramatically over the last 15 years. I wonder if that's because most of the growth has been in the suburbs, or if there's not much room left within the Boise city limits, but the amount of construction in the city (especially Harris Ranch and downtown) seems to suggest that Boise is still growing.
The Boise Metro was 20th fastest growing metro (by percentage) in the past year. Meridian was I believe the 7th fastest growing city in the country. Population increase was much stronger from 2013-2014 than 2012-2013 in the entire area. I think we're going to see pre 2008 growth rates sooner than later.
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