Moving to Twin Falls
From the very beginning of their educational careers, local students are well-supported in their academic endeavors. Twin Falls is home to several top-rated schools, including two elementary schools, a high school, a charter school and a private Christian school. For students who want continue their education locally, the College of Southern Idaho is a public community college that offers several prominent business programs.
Life is not only good, it’s convenient in Twin Falls. Whether community members need to run errands, get to work or have a little fun, shopping, professional and entertainment centers are all nearby. According to livability.com, the average commute to work is around just 15.6 minutes, another factor that contributes to the high quality of life.
Outdoor adventures are a way of life in Twin Falls, and there are an abundance of places to explore to get a fresh air fix. The city’s namesake, its beautiful waterfalls, can be seen by hiking or boating around Shoshone State Park. Snake River Canyon Trail is another popular hiking spot. While exploring nature is a favorite way to spend the days, there are plenty of opportunities to take in arts and culture indoors too. The city has a calendar packed with art, music, theater and other cultural performances at several venues: The Herrett Center for Arts and Science, Magic Valley Arts Council and the College of Southern Idaho Fine Arts Center.
When hunger calls, local restaurants answer with a variety of cuisines that hit the spot. Popular destinations include coffee shops, pizza joints, brewhouses and steakhouses that serve up fresh seafood in addition to local cuts of meat. Casual joints and more formal dining atmospheres alike are all conveniently located within city bounds, most just a short drive away.
Local leaders have transportation at the top of their minds and ensure that all community members can navigate the city easily and affordably. The LINC program provides free transportation to disabled and elderly residents through a partnership with several local transportation services. Additionally, Trans IV buses and Dial-a-Ride offer convenient transportation in and around the city.
Emergencies happen, and Twin Falls residents have the peace of mind that, when they do, exceptional care is close to home. In addition to several urgent care centers located within the community, St. Luke’s Magic Valley Medical Center supports residents with 24-hour emergency services, women’s and children’s preventive health care and an advanced cancer center.
The Twin Falls Police Department is actively engaged with the local community, with many community-based crime prevention programs throughout the city’s neighborhoods. These programs and an active police presence contribute to communities that residents feel safe living, working and playing in. Another particularly appealing aspect of the city is its housing affordability and options.
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