Kimberly, Idaho is a quaint small town not to far from Twin falls. Its surrounded by a multitued of other small towns like its self. It lies in the Snake River Plain and is commonly known to have the best tasting water of Idaho. Come sate your thirst and live in Kimberly, Idaho.
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83341-Kimberly Real Estate for Sale
83341 Kimberly Idaho Homes and Lifestyle
The average age of homes in Kimberly is 29. As of June 2011, 78 percent of properties are owned, 10 percent are rented and 12 percent are unoccupied.
In June of 2011, the average cost of purchasing a home in Kimberly, Idaho was about $175,000. The home values have dropped from 2010 to 2011 by 15 percent.
The population of Kimberly as of June, 2011 is 2,784 and has had positive growth rate of 6.5 percent since 2000. The cost of living in Kimberly is 4.9 percent. There are four schools in Kimberly: Kimberly Elementary, Kimberly Middle, Kimberly High and Lighthouse Christian School.
The rate of unemployment in this town as of June 2011 is almost 7 percent which is lower than the national average of 10.2 percent. Kimberly has a negative job growth rate of -2.64 percent. The projected job growth rate over the next decade is almost 28 percent.
The rate of sales tax in this town is 6 percent and the income tax rate is 7.8 percent. The average per person income is just over $18,000. The average household income is almost $42,000. The cost of living in Kimberly is about 95 out of 100 which is lower than the national average.
The median commute from home to work is about 20 minutes. About 90 percent of these workers drive to work alone in their own vehicle. Approximately 10 percent of these workers participate in a carpool.
On an annual average, Kimberly receives 11 inches of rain. This is significantly lower than the national average of 37 inches. An average of amount of 27 inches of snowfall is also received which is close to the national average of 25 inches. Kimberly experiences about 85 days a year of measurable precipitation. There are about 215 days a year of sunshine. The temperature in July reaches 85 degrees. The temperature in January falls to 20. The comfort index in Kimberly is 73 out of 100 which is far better than the national average of 44.
Neighborhoods & Parks
The town of Kimberly maintains 14 acres of park areas. These parks include:
- Shoshone Falls Park
- Dierkes Lake Park
- Centennial Waterfront Park
- Harrison Park
- Barry Park
- Sunrise Park
- Rock Creek Park
- South Park
- Sunset Memorial Park
Downtown Kimberly provides a unique shopping experience for the Idaho land owners. The shopping opportunities include:
- Jos Market
- Murtaugh Country Store
- Nanas Toys
- Natures Gate
- Phil Pepperdine Smoked Foods
- Ray's Sports Cards & Collectibles
- Ridley's Market
- Veryberry Farms
- Windsor Greenhouses & Nursery
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Listing information last updated on July 30th, 2021 at 8:01am MDT.