Nampa is a principal city in the Boise Valley, Idaho's largest metropolitan area. In 2021, Nampa was one of the 15 fastest-growing cities with populations of 50,000. Nampa’s 2020 population was 106,860. Nampa’s unemployment rate is 2.9%, its labor force totals 48,477 and the city’s median age is 31.9.
Nampa is centrally and ideally located to reach all western U.S. markets, from Seattle to San Francisco and Salt Lake to Las Vegas. Nampa’s market reach extends to over 66 million consumers within a 750-mile radius. Nampa is located about 20 miles west of Boise along Interstate 84 and is less than 20 minutes from the Boise Airport which handles more than 3.6 million travelers each year.
More than 17% of Nampa’s workforce is employed in manufacturing, nearly twice the national rate. Manufacturers, food producers, and technology companies in Nampa benefit from educational and training opportunities provided by the local community college (College of Western Idaho) and area universities (Boise State University and Northwest Nazarene University).
From vibrant public spaces and abundant recreational opportunities to cultural diversity and an exceptional business environment – Nampa’s quality of life is world-class.