Sometimes you just get bored or want to find out more information about a place. When that happens some people like to look up different areas yellow pages. One that is not looked at often enough is the Boise, Idaho yellow pages.Boise is the capital city of the state of Idaho. This city is the most populated city in the entire state. As of 2008, the population is estimated to be about 200,000 people. Despite this, this city, and indeed, this state are often overlooked or forgotten about. This is unfortunate given the fact that it is really a great place to live. The low crime rate coupled with the affordable housing makes Boise an ideal location for achieving the American dream.
Looking through a Boise, Idaho business directory you will find that Boise is a city filled with many headquarters or manufacturing buildings. Manufacturing is a large business sector in this city. It might also surprise you that Boise is a city of younger people. The most recent census shows that approximately 25% of the population of Boise is 18 years of age or younger. This means that the image that is often associated with Boise, that of a city of no one except maybe a few aging locals, is simply not true. The youth population is so large that there are 31 elementary schools and 5 high schools. This is a considerable amount of schools given the fact that the population of the city is not that large. This goes to show that the city of Boise cares about its youth and creating a family friendly atmosphere.
The city of Boise contains a unique Basque community that is the second largest in the country. It is also the fifth largest Basque community in the world. There is a Basque festival held in Boise every five years known as Jaialdi. This kind of activity is something that you would be hard pressed to find anywhere else in the country or in the world. This alone goes to show you that Boise does not really fit the image it is often given.If you have ever discounted Boise in your mind, then you might want to give it a second thought. It is quite a lovely place that is at least worth experiencing, if not moving to. Learn as much as you can about this city today and maybe plan a trip to it sometime in the near future.
Written by Lyndsey Morgan
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