Answered By: Kim Reed Last Updated: Jul 31, 2014 Views: 7
Finding local information can often be challenging, as national publishers and researchers don't often focus on Idaho. Various units within our state and local governments are the best sources of this information, along with our local newspapers. Here are some starting points on water and demographics.
City of Boise Office of Economic Developmen:
- For information about water, check the Utilities page at http://www.boiseidaho.gov/infrastructure/utilities/and the Utilities at a Glance document at http://www.boiseidaho.gov/media/1259/Utilities.pdf
- For demographic information, check the Data & Reports page at http://www.boiseidaho.gov/data-reports/
For broader demographic information, explore the US Census at http://www.census.gov/#, particularly the options in the left-hand sidebar.
For information specific to the costs of water in the area, you might look at the rate schedule and tariffs on United Water's website: http://www.unitedwater.com/idaho/r-tools-and-resources.aspx
Those links should give you plenty to work with, but if you need more help, just let us know!
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