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The second most populated city in the state, Meridian is home to approximately 87,743 Idaho residents. When you consider the land area of 11.8 square miles and the current population, the population density is 7,443 people per square mile.
There are plenty of events planned annually to help residents stay connected. Popular community events include Dairy Days Festival, National Night Out, Meridian Barn Sour Fun Run, and the Annual Salmon Feed, Chili Cook-Off, and Pancake Feed. Don’t let the size of the city fool you. Residents are committed to nurturing a small-town feel.
This affluent community has a thriving economy that is supported by distinct business corridors throughout the city. The Health Sciences & Technology Corridor features the Treasure Valley Campus of Idaho State University, Blue Cross, and St. Luke’s Hospital. The Downtown Corridor is being revitalized and is currently an attractive location for businesses and entertainment venues. The Northwest Corridor features Spurwing West, Paramount, and BridgeTower. A 2,798-acre area known as the Ten Mile Corridor features residential neighborhoods that are close to commercial businesses.
It’s no surprise that educational excellence is another high priority for residents of Meridian when you consider that 94.9% of residents over the age of 25 years old have a high school diploma or higher. An impressive 42% of residents hold a college degree. Students attend schools within the West Ada School District. The largest school district in the state, West Ada School District has 31 elementary schools, 7 middle schools, and 12 high schools.
In addition to the amazing community events, Meridian residents enjoy a variety of outdoor activities that include white water rafting, skiing, hiking, biking, and golfing. There are 20 city parks available for recreational activities, sports, and hobbies.
The best source of information about local communities and real estate topics is your real estate agent. Give Tim Burroughs a call today at 208-409-7653 to learn more about the area, discuss selling your house, or tour available homes for sale.