Idaho White Pages, United States

Idaho is a scenic beauty in the northwest region of the United States.  Once, the state’s economy was largely based on agriculture. Today, Idaho has become heavily invested in science and technology, manufacturing, energy, and mining. Still, the landscape remains unspoiled by industrialization, making it a tourist destination for about 20 million people looking to enjoy an outdoor recreational experience. Interested persons can find someone in Idaho by searching the Idaho white pages with a phone number. 

The phonebook directory provides you with details such as names, addresses, cellular service providers, social media accounts, and even public records. Arrest, criminal, court, and property records are commonly sought public records you can find on the Idaho white pages. 

Idaho At A Glance

demographic statistics for idaho
  • Became a US State — July 3, 1890 (43rd state)
  • Capital: Boise 
  • Population: 1.8 million (2020)
  • Size: 83,568 square miles (14th largest)
  • Nicknames: The Gem State, The Potato State
  • Motto: “Let it be perpetual.”
  • State Tree: Western White Pine
  • State Flower: Syringa
  • State Bird: Mountain Bluebird

10 Quick Facts About Idaho

population by race for idaho
  • The state’s name originates from a Native American word that literally means “the land of many waters.” 
  • Idaho is called the Gem State because there are over 70 types of precious states in the state.
  • Idaho is often called the Potato State because it produces over one-third of potatoes produced in the United States.
  • Besides potatoes, the agriculture powerhouse is the Lentil Capital of the World and has one of the largest hops farms in the US. 
  • At 7,9000 feet, Hells Canyon in Idaho is deeper than the Grand Canyon. 
  • The Idaho state seal is the only American state seal designed by a woman — Emma Edwards Green’s design was adopted in 1891. 
  • If you stand at the top of Heaven’s Gate Lookout in Idaho, you can see the entire state as well as Washington, Montana, and parts of Oregon.
  • You cannot gift another person a box of candy weighing more than 50 pounds in Idaho. It is illegal. 
  • Idaho is famous for its hot springs, especially those located in Lava Hot Springs, Idaho. The state Capitol in Boise is the only state capitol warmed using geothermal water, a renewable source of energy. The system currently heats about 1.5 million square miles of the Capitol and has been operational since 1982. 
  • State Valley, Idaho, is the premier ski destination in the United States. 

Largest cities or towns in Idaho

MeridianRexburgGarden City
Idaho FallsMoscowRathdrum
Coeur d’AleneHaydenHailey
Twin FallsMountain HomePayette
Post FallsJeromeEmmett