North Fork, Idaho is a community within Lemhi County. The population of North Fork, Idaho is 199. The population growth rate has changed by 1.2 percent since 2000. The population density of North Fork, Idaho is 1 people per square mile. The national population density is 87.
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83466 North Fork Idaho Homes and Lifestyle
Age of Homes The average age of homes in North Fork, Idaho is 25. 69 percent of these properties are owned. 18 percent of these properties are rented. 13 percent of these properties are unoccupied.
Home Values The average cost of purchasing a home in North Fork, Idaho, is $77,000. The home value rate in North Fork has changed by -4.06 percent since last year. The average property tax rate in North Fork, Idaho is $9.13 per $1000 of home value. The national property tax rate is $11.20.
Area Information The rate of unemployment in North Fork, Idaho is 4 percent, The average national rate of unemployment is 10.2 percent.
North Fork, Idaho has a job growth rate of 0.2 percent. The projected job growth rate over the next decade is 14 percent. The rate of sales tax in this North Fork, Idaho is 6 percent. The income tax rate is 7.8 percent. The average per person income is $31,000. The average household income is about $60,000. The cost of living index in North Fork, Idaho is 85. The national cost of living index is 100.
There closest schools in North Fork are Salmon Elementary School, Salmon Middle School and Salmon High School. The school board in North Fork, Idaho spends $5,228 on each student. The national per student spending average is $5,678. There is one teacher for every 23 students.
The median commute from home to work is about 15 minutes. 63 percent of these workers drive to work alone in their own vehicle. 15 percent of these workers participate in a carpool. 26 percent work at home.
On an annual average, North Fork, Idaho receives 12 inches of rain. The national rainfall average is 37 inches. An average of amount of 43 inches of snowfall is also received. The national snowfall average of 25 inches. North Fork, Idaho experiences about 57 days a year of measurable precipitation. There are about 230 days a year of sunshine. The temperature in July reaches 86 degrees. The temperature in January falls to 6. The comfort index in North Fork, Idaho is 74 out of 100. The national comfort index is 44.
Neighborhoods & Parks The park areas around North Fork, Idaho:
Sawtooth National Park
Salmon National Park
Nearby Shopping The shopping opportunities include:
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Listing information last updated on February 23rd, 2017 at 10:37am MST.