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Welcome Home—

                                                                                    Post Falls is the right place to bring
                                                                                    your business and your family and
                                                                                    watch them both grow.

       Welcome to Post Falls, Idaho.

       We’re known for our small-town, community feeling and being one of the fastest growing cities in the Northwest.
       Our city is a very special place, with scenic beauty, year-round recreational opportunities and a relaxed lifestyle
       that creates a valuable quality of life that is attracting new businesses and new citizens daily. Post Falls is living
       proof that you can have growth and prosperity without loosing that small town charm and sense of community.

       Post Falls’ quality of life is exceptional, with low population density, safe and quiet neighborhoods, mild traffic and
       clean air and water. The cost of living, housing, groceries, transportation, utilities, and taxes are all below national
       averages and significantly less than larger cities.

       The recreational opportunities and natural surroundings are a large part of why people choose Post Falls. Boating
       and water sports such as wakeboarding, water skiing, wakesurfing, whitewater kayaking and stand-up paddle
       boarding are popular on the Spokane River. Winter sports including downhill skiing/snowboarding, snowshoeing,
       cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling are also easily accessible from Post Falls. The region also provides ample
       opportunities for sportsmen and anglers. The City maintains 27 parks, several of which are on the Spokane River.
       Sports, swimming, rock climbing, boating or just relaxing, there’s a park that fills the bill.

       As Mayor, I welcome you to our city and invite you to discover the many great things we have to offer.


       Ronald G. Jacobson, Mayor
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