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Welcome To The City Of Nampa.

Nampa is the 3rd largest city in the state of Idaho and is part of Idaho’s largest metropolitan area. The city is located about 20 miles west of Boise along interstate 84 and 6miles west of Meridian.

The city’s amenities enhance the excitement of a culturally rich urban core and translate into a dynamic market.

Call (208) 713-7420 or email

Call (208) 713-7420 or email

Spread Your Wings

Nampa, The Broad Strokes.

Nampa offers an environment rich in endless natural beauty, local history and culture, and economic well- being. The city has a long history of providing a business friendly atmosphere, low operating costs, skilled employees and a great quality of life.










Nampa’s food processing and manufacturing continues to flourish while industries such as agribusiness, high tech, shared services, and bio sciences are on the rise.

Deep Roots

The History Of Nampa.

Nampa began its life in the early 1880s when the Oregon Short Line Railroad built a line from Granger, Wyoming, to Huntington, Oregon, which passed through Nampa. More railroad lines sprang up running through Nampa, making it a very important railroad town. Alexander and Hannah Duffes established one of the town’s first homesteads, eventually forming the Nampa Land and Improvement Company with the help of their friend and co-founder, James McGee.


In spite of the name, many of the first settlers referred to the town as “New Jerusalem” because of the strong religious focus of its citizens. After only a year the town had grown from 15 homes to 50. As new amenities were added to the town, Nampa continued its growth and was incorporated in 1890.


The Hub

Downtown Nampa.

Historic Downtown Nampa has it all. Anchored by Library Square, this walkable, preserved historic area is home to the Nampa Train Depot Museum, Wall Street Plaza, Lloyd’s Square Park, Nampa Public Library, the Nampa Farmer’s Market, restaurants, art galleries, one-of-a-kind shops, live entertainment venues, residential and more.

Lake Lowell

Boating & Camping.

Deer Flat Reservoir, an offstream irrigation storage reservoir, was constructed by the United States Bureau of Reclamation between 1906 and 1911. Known locally as Lake Lowell, it is surrounded by the Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge, which was established in 1909 by President Theodore Roosevelt.

Nampa’s Latest Listings

Recently Added To The Nampa Market.

Maybe you’ve outgrown your home, looking to upgrade or simply looking for more space or a nice change. Whatever your needs are, we are beyond ready to help you with this process.


Office Address

RE/MAX Capital City

1420 W. Washington St

Boise, ID 83702

Tel: (208) 344-7477

Get in touch with us

Kerrigan Mayer

(208) 713-7420

Trayci Teroy

(208) 320-1816