Choose Idaho Falls
#2 Best Small Cities To Move To
- Movoto 2017
Best Small Cities to Start a Business
– Wallethub 2019
Top 100 Places to Live
– Livability 2019
#13 in U.S. for Job Growth
– Forbes 2019
Idaho Falls Airport
Idaho Falls Regional Airport (IDA) is the air transportation center for Eastern Idaho, Southern Montana, and Western Wyoming business travelers. The terminal building is easy to navigate, parking is steps away from check-in, and the airport amenities are abundant. The Idaho Falls Regional Airport strives to provide first-class service to all and seeks to ensure your business travel experiences are seamless and convenient.
Education and Workforce
Idaho Falls is home to the College of Eastern Idaho, Idaho’s newest comprehensive community college, and University Place, the Idaho Falls campus offering both Idaho State University and University of Idaho programs and resources to local students. University Place is focused on offering excellent educational and research opportunities to traditional and non-traditional students, while engaging in mutually beneficial partnerships with the Idaho National Laboratory and the Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES). University Place provides Idaho Falls with exceptional graduate and doctoral education programs, as well as select undergraduate and certificate opportunities. University Place is adjacent to the scenic Snake River and Freeman Park, and in close proximity to the Idaho Falls Idaho National Laboratory facilities.
Idaho Falls Power & Fiber
Businesses and residents in Idaho Falls will benefit from among the lowest utility rates in the country. Of particular note are the electric rates, supplied by Idaho Falls Power. Although Idaho Falls was not the first community to own and operates its own municipal utility, it is one of the oldest public power communities in the Northwest, operated continuously by the city since 1900. Idaho Falls Power works to offer safe, reliable, and high-quality power to its customers. Idaho Falls Power aggressively pursues the least cost power supply mix, which has resulted in its being the regional, state, and national price leader for both residential and commercial rates. Residential rates are among the lowest in the country, well below half of the national average. Idaho Falls Power believes that efficient use of electrical energy is an important part of the power supply and does all possible to encourage and promote cost-effective energy efficiency measures.
Idaho Falls Power has operated its own dark fiber optic network for more than a decade, enabling high speed broadband to drive the economy of Idaho Falls. Fiber service is available to both commercial and residential residents within Idaho Falls.