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Boise, Idaho

With stunning scenery, abundant natural resources and year-round outdoor activities, it’s no surprise Boise consistently lands on national “best places” lists for families, businesses and recreation year after year. Boise is home to Boise State University.

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Mormon Population

Mormons make up 15.80% of the population of Boise. Idaho has 414,182 members in 121 stakes,979 wards and 98 branches, 2 missions, and 4 temples in Idaho, with a fifth announced to be built in Meridian Idaho. Idaho has the third most Mormons of any U.S. state (after Utah and California), and the second-highest percentage of Mormons (after Utah).

LDS History

Latter-day Saints first attempted settlement in what is now Idaho at Fort Limhi (later spelled Lemhi) on 15 June 1855 but that was abandoned in late March 1858. A second LDS colonization effort began in 1859 when a group of Utah saints began claiming and improving land near Franklin. The Bear River Massacre, reputedly the worst one-day killing of Native Americans in U.S. history, took place several miles northwest of Franklin on 29 January 1863. Responding to complaints regarding Indian attacks on emigrants, settlers, miners and cattle, federal troops from Fort Douglas in Salt Lake City killed about 300 natives in an early morning attack. Residents of Franklin nursed the troops’ wounds as they returned to Fort Douglas. A few settlers were permitted to return to the massacre site and rescue surviving adult Natives and three small children.

Family Friendliness

Mountains and museums. Restaurants and rivers. Festivals and fresh air. Many find Boise to be a surprising blend of urban and outdoors — big enough to have all the comforts of a big city, yet small enough to make it easy to enjoy it all.

Boise Idaho Temple

Boise Idaho

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Demographics:

About 205,617 people live in Boise. Boise is the capital and most populous city of the U.S. state of Idaho, as well as the county seat of Ada County. Located on the Boise River, it anchors the Boise City-Nampa metropolitan area and is the largest city between Salt Lake City, Utah and Portland, Oregon.

Climate:

The July high is around 90 degrees and the January low is 22. Boise City, ID, gets 12 inches of rain per year. Snowfall is 20 inches. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 88. On average, there are 206 sunny days per year in Boise City, ID. .

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