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Boise and the Treasure Valley boast a diverse and evolving economic landscape, providing opportunities for everyone. The region is becoming a popular destination for start-up companies thanks to a growing pool of young talent and experienced entrepreneurs. The area is also becoming well-known for its health and science industries. The Treasure Valley offers low business taxes, a lack of stifling regulations, and inexpensive commercial real estate. Of course, high-tech and innovative businesses coming to the region isn’t a new development. They’re simply building on a well-laid foundation paved by companies such as Micron, HP, Simplot, IBM, St. Luke’s Hospital, Albertsons, and several other well-recognized corporate brands.
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There is simply no denying that Boise State University is the most visible higher-education institution in the valley. With 26,000+ students and more than 200 fields of study, ranging from undergraduate programs to post-graduate studies, it’s easy to see why. But Boise State isn’t the only institution carving out an amazing reputation for itself. Throughout the Treasure Valley, you’ll find colleges and universities setting themselves apart. For example, The College of Idaho, located in Caldwell, is rated as one of the top 50 Small Colleges in the United States. Situated in Nampa, Northwest Nazarene University is one of the top 6 2020 Boise & Surrounding Valley Relocation Magazine Christian universities in the Northwest. Idaho State University is renowned for its Meridian Health Science Center. Meridian is also home to Idaho’s first medical college—the Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine or ICOM. These are just a few of the most recognizable institutions found throughout the valley.
While the Treasure Valley is formally recognized as a large area located in the southwest region of Idaho extending into southeast Oregon, for our purposes, we’re focused exclusively on the Boise metropolitan area. Focusing on the Boise area, the region is a wide valley, considered to be at the foot of the distant Rocky Mountains. The valley floor is carved by streams and rivers, the largest remaining being the Boise River that joins the Snake River about 40 miles to the north. The location of the Boise metro area lends itself to four distinct seasons. In the summer, temperatures range from the upper nineties to the lower sixties. Summers are dry and especially delightful in the early evenings into the late mornings. Depending on where you’re from, winters are moderately cold with little or occasional snow. Spring and Fall are mild and the favorite times of year to go exploring much of Idaho, especially if mountain biking, camping, and fishing are at the top of your recreational interests.
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