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Demographics Analysis

The people of Teton County, Idaho give the community character. This place is unique because of factors such as population size / density, ethnic background, ratio of males to females, and average age.

Population By Sex By Age
(Teton County, Idaho)

Male:

Under 5 years : 450

5 to 9 years : 434

10 to 14 years : 236

15 to 17 years : 219

18 and 19 years : 8

20 years : 0

21 years : 2

22 to 24 years : 286

25 to 29 years : 390

30 to 34 years : 383

35 to 39 years : 402

40 to 44 years : 410

45 to 49 years : 340

50 to 54 years : 295

55 to 59 years : 269

60 and 61 years : 52

62 to 64 years : 94

65 and 66 years : 33

67 to 69 years : 57

70 to 74 years : 36

75 to 79 years : 58

80 to 84 years : 25

85 years and over : 32

Female:

Under 5 years : 353

5 to 9 years : 422

10 to 14 years : 207

15 to 17 years : 152

18 and 19 years : 7

20 years : 3

21 years : 11

22 to 24 years : 216

25 to 29 years : 316

30 to 34 years : 362

35 to 39 years : 244

40 to 44 years : 415

45 to 49 years : 280

50 to 54 years : 271

55 to 59 years : 272

60 and 61 years : 83

62 to 64 years : 76

65 and 66 years : 14

67 to 69 years : 44

70 to 74 years : 59

75 to 79 years : 67

80 to 84 years : 20

85 years and over : 17


(updated 2009)



Population By Ancestry
(Teton County, Idaho)

Ancestry specified:

Single ancestry : 4,224

Multiple ancestry : 3,528

Ancestry not specified:

Ancestry unclassified : 116

Ancestry not reported : 554


(updated 2009)



Population By Citizen Status In The United States
(Teton County, Idaho)

U.S. citizen, born in the United States : 7,516

U.S. citizen, born in Puerto Rico or U.S. Island Areas : 0

U.S. citizen, born abroad of American parent(s) : 83

U.S. citizen by naturalization : 138

Not a U.S. citizen : 685


(updated 2009)



Place Of Birth By Age
(Teton County, Idaho)

Total:

Under 5 years : 803

5 to 17 years : 1,670

18 to 24 years : 533

25 to 34 years : 1,451

35 to 44 years : 1,471

45 to 54 years : 1,186

55 to 59 years : 541

60 and 61 years : 135

62 to 64 years : 170

65 to 74 years : 243

75 years and over : 219

Born in state of residence:

Under 5 years : 287

5 to 17 years : 749

18 to 24 years : 94

25 to 34 years : 351

35 to 44 years : 356

45 to 54 years : 317

55 to 59 years : 144

60 and 61 years : 36

62 to 64 years : 40

65 to 74 years : 68

75 years and over : 97

Born in other state in the United States:

Under 5 years : 516

5 to 17 years : 839

18 to 24 years : 390

25 to 34 years : 852

35 to 44 years : 904

45 to 54 years : 713

55 to 59 years : 305

60 and 61 years : 88

62 to 64 years : 130

65 to 74 years : 122

75 years and over : 118

Native, born outside the United States:

Under 5 years : 0

5 to 17 years : 0

18 to 24 years : 0

25 to 34 years : 30

35 to 44 years : 33

45 to 54 years : 0

55 to 59 years : 0

60 and 61 years : 10

62 to 64 years : 0

65 to 74 years : 10

75 years and over : 0

Foreign born:

Under 5 years : 0

5 to 17 years : 82

18 to 24 years : 49

25 to 34 years : 218

35 to 44 years : 178

45 to 54 years : 156

55 to 59 years : 92

60 and 61 years : 1

62 to 64 years : 0

65 to 74 years : 43

75 years and over : 4


(updated 2009)



Place Of Birth By Sex
(Teton County, Idaho)

Born in state of residence:

Male : 1,455

Female : 1,084

Born in other state in the United States:

Male : 2,618

Female : 2,359

Native: born outside the United States:

Male : 53

Female : 30

Foreign born:

Male : 385

Female : 438


(updated 2009)



Place Of Birth By Race
(Teton County, Idaho)

Born in state of residence : 2,497

Born in other state in the United States : 4,735

Native: born outside the United States : 59

Foreign born : 650


(updated 2009)



Place Of Birth By Marital Status
(Teton County, Idaho)

Born in state of residence:

Never married : 426

Now married, except separated : 1,056

Divorced : 131

Separated : 0

Widowed : 65

Born in other state in the United States:

Never married : 723

Now married, except separated : 2,589

Divorced : 387

Separated : 35

Widowed : 49

Native: born outside the United States:

Never married : 19

Now married, except separated : 54

Divorced : 0

Separated : 10

Widowed : 0

Foreign born:

Never married : 129

Now married, except separated : 533

Divorced : 38

Separated : 71

Widowed : 5


(updated 2009)



Language Spoken At Home By Ability To Speak English (Population Of 5 Years and Older)
(Teton County, Idaho)

Speak only English : 6,452

Spanish or Spanish Creole:

Speak English "very well" : 432

Speak English less than "very well" : 673

French (incl. Patois, Cajun):

Speak English "very well" : 9

Speak English less than "very well" : 0

Italian:

Speak English "very well" : 11

Speak English less than "very well" : 0

Japanese:

Speak English "very well" : 24

Speak English less than "very well" : 0

Korean:

Speak English "very well" : 18

Speak English less than "very well" : 0


(updated 2009)



Ancestries in Teton County, Idaho

  • English: 1,439   (23.0%)
  • German: 1,059   (16.9%)
  • Other Groups: 853   (13.6%)
  • Irish: 465   (7.4%)
  • United States Or American: 350   (5.6%)
  • Scottish: 348   (5.6%)
  • Swiss: 231   (3.7%)
  • Danish: 210   (3.3%)
  • Swedish: 163   (2.6%)
  • Norwegian: 154   (2.5%)
  • Italian: 137   (2.2%)
  • Welsh: 117   (1.9%)
  • French (except Basque): 116   (1.9%)
  • Polish: 89   (1.4%)
  • Dutch: 87   (1.4%)
  • European: 72   (1.1%)
  • Scotch-irish: 69   (1.1%)
  • British: 63   (1.0%)
  • French Canadian: 36   (0.6%)
  • Finnish: 33   (0.5%)
  • Portuguese: 27   (0.4%)
  • Scandinavian: 19   (0.3%)
  • Serbian: 18   (0.3%)
  • Romanian: 18   (0.3%)
  • Czech: 17   (0.3%)
  • Canadian: 12   (0.2%)
  • Austrian: 8   (0.1%)
  • Hungarian: 8   (0.1%)
  • Russian: 8   (0.1%)
  • Luxemburger: 6   (0.1%)
  • New Zealander: 6   (0.1%)
  • Slavic: 6   (0.1%)
  • Australian: 4   (0.1%)
  • Ukrainian: 4   (0.1%)
  • Icelander: 3   (0.0%)
  • Subsaharan African: 2   (0.0%)
  • Greek: 2   (0.0%)
  • Arab: 2   (0.0%)
  • Czechoslovakian: 2   (0.0%)
  • Pennsylvania German: 2   (0.0%)
  • Belgian: 2   (0.0%)
  • Brazilian: 1   (0.0%)
  • Slovene: 1   (0.0%)

(updated 2010)



Total Population In Teton County, Idaho is 8,422



(updated 2009)



Male Population in Teton County, Idaho: 4,511
Female Population in Teton County, Idaho: 3,911


(updated 2013)



Median Male Resident Age in Teton County, Idaho: 33.5
Median Female Resident Age in Teton County, Idaho: 34.0


(updated 2013)



Median Age in the State of Idaho is 35


(updated 2010)



Median Age By Sex in Teton County, Idaho


White


Both sexes

34.7

Male

35.2

Female

34.1

Black or African American


Both sexes

33.5

Male

32.5

Female

38.0

American Indian and Alaska Native


Both sexes

31.6

Male

34.5

Female

31.3

Asian


Both sexes

35.4

Male

32.0

Female

35.6

Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander


Both sexes

20.5

Male

20.3

Female

24.5

Other


Both sexes

23.6

Male

24.5

Female

22.2

Two or More Races


Both sexes

16.7

Male

18.5

Female

16.2

Hispanic or Latino


Both sexes

22.9

Male

23.3

Female

22.3

White / Not Hispanic or Latino


Both sexes

35.2

Male

35.7

Female

34.5


(updated 2010)



Races in Teton County, Idaho


  • White: 7,941
  • African American: 0
  • American Indian: 42
  • Asian: 120
  • Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander: 0
  • Some Other Race: 208
  • Two or More Races: 111



(updated 2013)













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Education Analysis

The amount of education a person receives can deeply affect their lives. The amount of education Teton County, Idaho citizens receive, averaged as group, may also affect the community.

Education Level of Population 25 Years and Over in Teton County, Idaho

Male


  • No Schooling Completed: 5   (0.26%)
  • Nursery To 4th Grade: 18   (0.93%)
  • 5th And 6th Grade: 39   (2.02%)
  • 7th And 8th Grade: 42   (2.17%)
  • 9th Grade: 59   (3.05%)
  • 10th Grade: 22   (1.14%)
  • 11th Grade: 42   (2.17%)
  • 12th Grade, No Diploma: 17   (0.88%)
  • High School Graduate (includes Equivalency): 455   (23.54%)
  • Some College, Less Than 1 Year: 154   (7.97%)
  • Some College, 1 Or More Years, No Degree: 410   (21.21%)
  • Associate Degree: 104   (5.38%)
  • Bachelor's Degree: 380   (19.66%)
  • Master's Degree: 99   (5.12%)
  • Professional School Degree: 36   (1.86%)
  • Doctorate Degree: 51   (2.64%)

Female


  • No Schooling Completed: 4   (0.24%)
  • Nursery To 4th Grade: 13   (0.77%)
  • 5th And 6th Grade: 35   (2.08%)
  • 7th And 8th Grade: 27   (1.61%)
  • 9th Grade: 43   (2.56%)
  • 10th Grade: 30   (1.78%)
  • 11th Grade: 23   (1.37%)
  • 12th Grade, No Diploma: 41   (2.44%)
  • High School Graduate (includes Equivalency): 362   (21.53%)
  • Some College, Less Than 1 Year: 111   (6.6%)
  • Some College, 1 Or More Years, No Degree: 373   (22.19%)
  • Associate Degree: 170   (10.11%)
  • Bachelor's Degree: 341   (20.29%)
  • Master's Degree: 66   (3.93%)
  • Professional School Degree: 35   (2.08%)
  • Doctorate Degree: 7   (0.42%)


(updated 2010)





Largest School Agency's In Teton County, Idaho

  • Teton County District


    ( Grades: K-12, Location: Po Box 775, Driggs, ID 83422, Phone: (208) 354-2207, Students: 1,403 )

Largest Elementary & Middle Schools (Public) In Teton County, Idaho

  • Teton Middle School


    ( Grades: 6-8, Location: Po Box 529, Driggs, ID 83422, Phone: (208) 354-2971, Students: 309 )

  • Driggs Elementary School


    ( Grades: 1-5, Location: 211 Howard Ave, Driggs, ID 83422, Phone: (208) 354-2335, Students: 249 )

  • Victor Elementary School


    ( Grades: 1-5, Location: Po Box 169, Victor, ID 83455, Phone: (208) 787-2245, Students: 175 )

  • Tetonia Elementary School


    ( Grades: 1-5, Location: Po Box 129, Tetonia, ID 83452, Phone: (208) 456-2288, Students: 118 )

  • Teton Education Center


    ( Grades: K-KG, Location: Po Box 775, Driggs, ID 83422, Phone: (208) 354-8280, Students: 117 )

  • Alta Elementary


    ( Grades: KG-6, Location: P.o. Box 3480, Driggs, ID 83422, Phone: (307) 353-2472, Students: 53 )

Largest High Schools (Public) In Teton County, Idaho

  • Teton High School


    ( Grades: 9-12, Location: Po Box 754, Driggs, ID 83422, Phone: (208) 354-2952, Students: 422 )

  • Basin Jr/sr High School (alt)


    ( Grades: 9-12, Location: Po Box 754, Driggs, ID 83422, Phone: (208) 354-2952, Students: 13 )

Largest Schools (Private) In Teton County, Idaho

  • The Learning Academy Of Teton Valley


    ( Grades: K-8, Location: Po Box 451, Driggs, ID 83422, Phone: (208) 354-7898, Students: 28 )

Public Libraries (Central) In Teton County, Idaho

  • Valley Of The Tetons District


    56 N Main, Victor, ID 83455

(updated 2012)



Museums Near Teton County, Idaho


  • Friends Of Old Agency On The Teton Inc


    Po Box 1482, Choteau, MT 59422

  • Grand Teton Natural History Association


    Po Box 170, Moose, WY 83012

  • Greater Yellowstone Region Geotourism Ctr Inc


    Po Box 250, Driggs, ID 83422

  • Hall Jackson Museum Foundation


    105 N Glenwood, Jackson, WY 83001

  • Jackson Hole Childrens Museum


    Po Box 955, Jackson, WY 83001

  • Jackson Hole Historical


    105 Mercill Ave, Jackson, WY 83001
    http://www.jacksonholehistory.org

  • Jackson Hole Historical Society And Museum


    Po Box 1005, Jackson, WY 83001
    http://www.jacksonholehistory.org

  • Jackson Hole Museum


    105 N Glenwood St, Jackson, WY 83001

  • Legacy Flight Services Inc


    Po Box 489, Jackson, WY 83001

  • Murie Museum


    Po Box 68, Kelly, WY 83011

  • National Museum Of Wildlife Art Of The United States


    Po Box 6825, Wilson, WY 83014

  • New Pioneer Wagon Train Incorporated


    Po Box 411, Moran, WY 83013

  • Old Trail Museum


    823 Main Ave N, Choteau, MT 59422
    http://www.oldtrailmuseum.org

  • Teton Botanical Garden


    Po Box 2890, Jackson, WY 83001

  • Teton Historic Aviation Foundation Inc


    Po Box 489, Jackson, WY 83001

  • Teton Valley Historical Museum


    137 N Highway 33, Driggs, ID 83422

  • Teton Valley Museum Foundation Inc


    Po Box 363, Driggs, ID 83422

  • The Murie Center


    1 Murie Ranch Road, Moose, WY 83012
    http://www.muriecenter.org

(updated 2014)



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Geography Analysis

The actual land features relating to Teton County, Idaho affect how people live their lives. Natural features such as oceans, mountains, lakes, plains, and deserts all make a difference in the lives of individuals. The types of housing, heating fuels, and transportation infrastructure are largely influenced by the geography of Teton County, Idaho.

Area Features of Teton County, Idaho


Airport


(1) Driggs Teton Peaks Municipal Airport   (2) Teton Peaks Airport  

Area


(1) Three Forks  

Basin


(1) Black Grove   (2) Center Basin   (3) Horse Heaven   (4) Packsaddle Basin   (5) Teton Basin  

Bend


(1) Big Bend   (2) Rainbow Bend   (3) Rotten Bottom  

Bridge


(1) Bates Bridge   (2) Buxton Bridge   (3) White Bridge  

Building


(1) Teton County Fire Protection District Station 1   (2) Teton County Fire Protection District Station 2   (3) Teton County Fire Protection District Station 3   (4) Teton County Sheriff S Office  

Canal


(1) Center Canal   (2) Cherry Grove Canal   (3) Edison And Ricks Canal   (4) Grand Teton Canal   (5) Haden Canal   (6) Hog Canal   (7) Humble Canal   (8) Kearsley Canal   (9) Kilpack Canal   (10) Kimball Canal   (11) North Leigh Canal   (12) Spencer Canal   (13) String Canal   (14) Tonks Canal  

Cemetery


(1) Bates Cemetery   (2) Cache Clawson Cemetery   (3) Cedron Cemetery   (4) Driggs Cemetery   (5) Driggs-darby Cemetery   (6) Felt Cemetery   (7) Haden Cemetery   (8) Victor Cemetery  

Civil


(1) City Of Driggs   (2) City Of Tetonia   (3) City Of Victor   (4) Driggs Division   (5) Teton County   (6) Tetonia Division   (7) Victor Division  

Cliff


(1) Grandview Point  

Dam


(1) Felt Dam  

Falls


(1) Sheep Falls  

Flat


(1) Elk Flat  

Forest


(1) Targhee National Forest  

Gap


(1) Blacktail Pass   (2) Government Trail Pass   (3) Pine Creek Pass   (4) Piney Pass  

Hospital


(1) Teton Valley Hospital  

Lake


(1) Alligator Lake   (2) Castle Lake   (3) Chain Lakes   (4) Crystle Lake   (5) Indian Lake   (6) Packsaddle Lake   (7) Steele Lake  

Locale


(1) Badger Creek Access Area   (2) Bitch Creek Cow Camp   (3) Fox Creek East Access Area   (4) Fox Creek West Access Area   (5) Granite Creek Cow Camp   (6) Hunts Corral   (7) Mike Harris Camnpground   (8) Nickerson Bridge Access Area   (9) Pine Creek Campground   (10) Rainer Access Area   (11) Spud Drive-in   (12) Teton Creek Access Area   (13) Weir   (14) West Pine Creek Girls Camp  

Mine


(1) Brown Bear Mine   (2) Hillman Mine   (3) Idaho Mine   (4) Mikesell Mine   (5) Packsaddle Mine   (6) Pintar Mine   (7) Superior Mine   (8) Walton Mine  

Pillar


(1) Castle Rock  

Populated Place


(1) Bates   (2) Cache   (3) Cedron   (4) Chapin   (5) Clawson   (6) Darby   (7) Driggs   (8) Felt   (9) Fox Creek   (10) Haden Historical   (11) Judkins   (12) Lamont   (13) Sam   (14) Tetonia   (15) The String   (16) Twin Forks   (17) Two Forks   (18) Victor  

Range


(1) Big Hole Mountains  

Reservoir


(1) Lizard Lake   (2) Mcrenolds Reservoir   (3) Mud Lake   (4) Paddy Lake   (5) Steele Lake   (6) Thompson Hole  

Ridge


(1) Blanchard Ridge   (2) Boquet Ridge   (3) Elk Point   (4) Idaho Ridge   (5) Long Ridge   (6) Patterson Ridge   (7) Relay Ridge   (8) Twin Creek Ridge  

School


(1) Bates School   (2) Teton High School   (3) Teton Middle School   (4) Tetonia Elementary School   (5) Univ Of Idaho Agr Experiment Station   (6) Victor Elementary School  

Spring


(1) Bex Spring   (2) Boquet Springs   (3) Buck Spring   (4) Buggy Spring   (5) Cold Spring   (6) Crandall Spring   (7) Dry Canyon Spring   (8) Graham Spring   (9) Hands Spring   (10) Lost Spring   (11) Mccoullock Spring   (12) Neville Spring   (13) Packsaddle Spring   (14) Paradise Spring   (15) Sherman Springs  

Stream


(1) Allen Creek   (2) Badger Creek   (3) Bell Creek   (4) Bitch Creek   (5) Blacktail Creek   (6) Boone Creek   (7) Boquet Creek   (8) Brown Bear Creek   (9) Bull Elk Creek   (10) Chicken Creek   (11) Coalmine Creek   (12) Coalmine Fork   (13) Corral Creek   (14) Darby Creek   (15) Dick Creek   (16) Dog Creek   (17) Drake Creek   (18) Dry Creek   (19) Dry Fork   (20) Dude Creek   (21) East Fork Palisades Creek   (22) Elbow Fork   (23) Elk Creek   (24) Elk Flat Fork   (25) Elliott Creek   (26) Fish Creek   (27) Foster Slough   (28) Fox Creek   (29) Game Creek   (30) Gopher Creek   (31) Government Fork   (32) Granite Creek   (33) Grouse Creek   (34) Grove Creek   (35) Henderson Creek   (36) Hill Creek   (37) Hillman Creek   (38) Holter Creek   (39) Horse Creek   (40) Horseshoe Creek   (41) Irene Creek   (42) Jensen Creek   (43) Johns Creek   (44) Juniper Creek   (45) Little Dry Creek   (46) Little Pine Creek   (47) Lookingglass Creek   (48) Lost Spring Creek   (49) Mahogany Creek   (50) Middle Leigh Creek   (51) Middle Twin Creek   (52) Mike Harris Creek   (53) Moose Creek   (54) Morris Creek   (55) Murphy Creek   (56) North Badger Creek   (57) North Fork Canyon Creek   (58) North Fork Horseshoe Creek   (59) North Fork Mahogany Creek   (60) North Fork Packsaddle Creek   (61) North Fork Palisades Creek   (62) North Fork Pine Creek   (63) North Fork Teton River   (64) North Leigh Creek   (65) North Twin Creek   (66) Packsaddle Creek   (67) Paradise Creek   (68) Patterson Creek   (69) Poison Creek   (70) Porcupine Creek   (71) Red Creek   (72) Sorensen Creek   (73) South Badger Creek   (74) South Fork Canyon Creek   (75) South Fork Horseshoe Creek   (76) South Fork Mahogany Creek   (77) South Fork Packsaddle Creek   (78) South Fork Patterson Creek   (79) South Leigh Creek   (80) South Twin Creek   (81) Spring Creek   (82) Station Creek   (83) Steep Creek   (84) Superior Creek   (85) Swanner Creek   (86) Tepee Creek   (87) Teton Creek   (88) Trail Creek   (89) Warm Creek   (90) West Pine Creek   (91) Wildcat Creek   (92) Woods Creek   (93) Yellow Creek  

Summit


(1) Baldy Knoll   (2) Chicken Peak   (3) Fogg Hill   (4) Fourth Of July Peak   (5) Garns Mountain   (6) Henderson Peak   (7) Liars Peak   (8) Monument Peak   (9) Mount Manning   (10) Oliver Peak   (11) Piney Peak   (12) Prospect Peak   (13) Red Butte   (14) Red Mountain   (15) Rocky Peak   (16) Ryan Peak   (17) Squirrel Mountain   (18) Susies Nipple   (19) Temple Peak   (20) Thompson Peak   (21) Thunder Mountain  

Swamp


(1) Moody Swamp  

Trail


(1) Carlton Cutoff Trail   (2) De Coster Trail  

Valley


(1) Allen Canyon   (2) Beartrap Canyon   (3) Blind Canyon   (4) Buttermilk Draw   (5) Cart Hollow   (6) Cave Canyon   (7) Coalmine Canyon   (8) Corral Canyon   (9) Curlew Gulch   (10) Dead Man Canyon   (11) Drake Canyon   (12) Dry Hollow   (13) Gopher Canyon   (14) Ice Cove Canyon   (15) Idaho Canyon   (16) Little Burns Canyon   (17) Log Hollow   (18) Lorian Canyon   (19) Lost Spring Canyon   (20) Mikesell Canyon   (21) Mine Canyon   (22) Nordell Canyon   (23) Pintar Canyon   (24) Pleasant Hollow   (25) Pole Canyon   (26) Rammell Hollow   (27) Rock Hollow   (28) Smith Canyon   (29) Snowslide Gulch   (30) Sob Canyon   (31) Stateline Canyon   (32) Station Gulch   (33) Sweet Hollow   (34) Thousand Springs Valley   (35) Tie Canyon   (36) Trail Canyon   (37) Wiggleton Hollow   (38) Wood Canyon   (39) Woods Hollow  


(updated 2014)



Zip Codes in Teton County, Idaho

83455 (pop. 2,650) 83422 (pop. 2,028) 83452 (pop. 980)
83424 (pop. 191)    


Counties Nearby Teton County, Idaho

Teton County, ID  (pop. 8,422) 0.0 Miles
Madison County, ID  (pop. 37,664) 30.6 Miles
Fremont County, ID  (pop. 12,537) 36.4 Miles
Bonneville County, ID  (pop. 106,737) 40.2 Miles
Jefferson County, ID  (pop. 26,650) 48.1 Miles



Area Code(s) in Teton County, Idaho

208



Elevation in Teton County, Idaho is 6,037.0 ft. (1,840.0 meters)





Latitude/Longitude of Teton County, Idaho

Lat: 43.720419 N        Long: -111.144179 W



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Economic Analysis

People and the communities they live in depend on money. The people of Teton County, Idaho need food, shelter, clothing, and medical care. Business formation and job creation are essential to this community. Money sustains infrastructure such as roads and airports as well as human resources including fire rescue and police protection.

Energy Costs In Idaho

    Residential
(cents per
kilowatthour)
Commercial
(cents per
kilowatthour)
Industrial
(cents per
kilowatthour)
Other
(cents per
kilowatthour)
Transportation
(cents per
kilowatthour)
Total
(cents per
kilowatthour)
1990              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 4.87 4.25 2.62 4.65 0.00 3.80
  Total Electric Industry 4.87 4.25 2.62 4.65 0.00 3.80
1991              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 4.88 4.24 2.62 4.83 0.00 3.84
  Total Electric Industry 4.88 4.24 2.62 4.83 0.00 3.84
1992              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 4.93 4.30 2.72 4.43 0.00 3.87
  Total Electric Industry 4.93 4.30 2.72 4.43 0.00 3.87
1993              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 4.99 4.42 2.81 4.99 0.00 4.00
  Total Electric Industry 4.99 4.42 2.81 4.99 0.00 4.00
1994              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 5.09 4.37 2.82 4.64 0.00 4.00
  Total Electric Industry 5.09 4.37 2.82 4.64 0.00 4.00
1995              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 5.33 4.48 2.81 5.13 0.00 4.09
  Total Electric Industry 5.33 4.48 2.81 5.13 0.00 4.09
1996              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 5.28 4.26 2.68 4.79 0.00 3.96
  Total Electric Industry 5.28 4.26 2.68 4.79 0.00 3.96
1997              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 5.15 4.17 2.60 4.68 0.00 3.87
  Total Electric Industry 5.15 4.17 2.60 4.68 0.00 3.87
1998              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 5.28 4.34 2.77 4.59 0.00 4.02
  Total Electric Industry 5.28 4.34 2.77 4.59 0.00 4.02
1999              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 1.55 0.00 0.00 1.55
  Full-Service Providers 5.26 4.20 2.74 4.47 0.00 3.98
  Total Electric Industry 5.26 4.20 2.63 4.47 0.00 3.89
2000              
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 5.39 4.24 3.11 4.13 0.00 4.17
  Total Electric Industry 5.39 4.24 3.11 4.13 0.00 4.17
2001              
  Full-Service Providers 6.01 5.13 3.71 4.66 0.00 4.92
  Total Electric Industry 6.01 5.13 3.71 4.66 0.00 4.92
2002              
  Full-Service Providers 6.59 5.71 4.34 5.18 0.00 5.58
  Total Electric Industry 6.59 5.71 4.34 5.18 0.00 5.58
2003              
  Full-Service Providers 6.24 5.56 4.16 0.00 0.00 5.22
  Total Electric Industry 6.24 5.56 4.16 0.00 0.00 5.22
2004              
  Delivery-Only Service 0.00 0.00 0.01 0.00 0.00 0.01
  Energy-Only Providers 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
  Full-Service Providers 6.10 5.37 3.84 0.00 0.00 4.98
  Total Electric Industry 6.10 5.37 3.82 0.00 0.00 4.97
2005              
  Full-Service Providers 6.29 5.42 3.91 0.00 0.00 5.12
  Total Electric Industry 6.29 5.42 3.91 0.00 0.00 5.12
2006              
  Full-Service Providers 6.21 5.16 3.61 0.00 0.00 4.92
  Total Electric Industry 6.21 5.16 3.61 0.00 0.00 4.92

(updated 2006)



Time Leaving to Work in Teton County, Idaho

12:00 A.M. TO 4:59 A.M.   : 67   (2.5%)
5:00 A.M. TO 5:29 A.M.   : 68   (2.6%)
5:30 A.M. TO 5:59 A.M.   : 82   (3.1%)
6:00 A.M. TO 6:29 A.M.   : 190   (7.1%)
6:30 A.M. TO 6:59 A.M.   : 230   (8.6%)
7:00 A.M. TO 7:29 A.M.   : 486   (18.3%)
7:30 A.M. TO 7:59 A.M.   : 541   (20.3%)
8:00 A.M. TO 8:29 A.M.   : 416   (15.6%)
8:30 A.M. TO 8:59 A.M.   : 147   (5.5%)
9:00 A.M. TO 9:59 A.M.   : 130   (4.9%)
10:00 A.M. TO 10:59 A.M.   : 24   (0.9%)
11:00 A.M. TO 11:59 A.M.   : 9   (0.3%)
12:00 P.M. TO 3:59 P.M.   : 132   (5.0%)
4:00 P.M. TO 11:59 P.M.   : 138   (5.2%)


(updated 2010)



Means Of Transportation
(Teton County, Idaho)

Car, truck, or van:

Drove alone : 3,005

Carpooled:

In 2-person carpool : 770

In 3-person carpool : 92

In 4-person carpool : 6

In 5- or 6-person carpool : 0

In 7-or-more-person carpool : 19

Public transportation (excluding taxicab):

Bus or trolley bus : 111

Streetcar or trolley car (carro publico in Puerto Rico) : 0

Subway or elevated : 0

Railroad : 0

Ferryboat : 0

Taxicab : 0

Motorcycle : 0

Bicycle : 37

Walked : 182

Other means : 8

Worked at home : 314


(updated 2009)



Travel Time To Work
(Teton County, Idaho)

Less than 5 minutes : 480

5 to 9 minutes : 652

10 to 14 minutes : 589

15 to 19 minutes : 421

20 to 24 minutes : 240

25 to 29 minutes : 189

30 to 34 minutes : 358

35 to 39 minutes : 162

40 to 44 minutes : 139

45 to 59 minutes : 419

60 to 89 minutes : 554

90 or more minutes : 27


(updated 2009)



Social Security Income In The Past 12 Months For Households
(Teton County, Idaho)

With Social Security income : 405

No Social Security income : 3,060


(updated 2009)



Retirement Income In The Past 12 Months For Households
(Teton County, Idaho)

With retirement income : 210

No retirement income : 3,255


(updated 2009)



Family Income (Annual)
(Teton County, Idaho)

Less than $10,000 : 67

$10,000 to $14,999 : 23

$15,000 to $19,999 : 58

$20,000 to $24,999 : 198

$25,000 to $29,999 : 130

$30,000 to $34,999 : 93

$35,000 to $39,999 : 115

$40,000 to $44,999 : 275

$45,000 to $49,999 : 82

$50,000 to $59,999 : 355

$60,000 to $74,999 : 332

$75,000 to $99,999 : 282

$100,000 to $124,999 : 205

$125,000 to $149,999 : 4

$150,000 to $199,999 : 110

$200,000 or more : 57


(updated 2009)



Median Family Income (Annual)
(Teton County, Idaho)

Median family income in the past 12 months (in 2009 inflation-adjusted dollars) : $54,966


(updated 2009)



Occupations in Teton County, Idaho

Male:


  • Management, Professional, And Related Occupations: 494  (27.5%)
  • Service Occupations: 264  (14.7%)
  • Sales And Office Occupations: 165  (9.2%)
  • Farming, Fishing, And Forestry Occupations 122  (6.8%)
  • Construction, Extraction, And Maintenance Occupations: 554  (30.8%)

Female:


  • Management, Professional, And Related Occupations: 393  (31.8%)
  • Service Occupations: 302  (24.5%)
  • Sales And Office Occupations: 411  (33.3%)
  • Farming, Fishing, And Forestry Occupations 17  (1.4%)
  • Construction, Extraction, And Maintenance Occupations: 32  (2.6%)


(updated 2010)





Employment Rate In Teton County, Idaho

Employed: 4,532
Unemployed: 104



Minority Owned Firms of 100 or More in
Teton County, Idaho

  • Total Black-owned firms of 100 or more, percent 2002: 0.0%
  • Total American Indian-and Alaska Native-owned firms of 100 or more, percent 2002: 0.0%
  • Total Asian-owned firms of 100 or more, percent 2002: 0.0%
  • Total Hispanic-owned firms of 100 or more, percent 2002: 0.0%
  • Total Native Hawaiian-and Other Pacific Islander-owned firms of 100 or more, percent 2002: 0.0%
  • Total women-owned firms of 100 or more, percent 2002: 23.9%
  • Other: 76.1%



Water Usage In Teton County, Idaho

Ground Water

 
Fresh 41.78 Mgal/d
Saline 0.00 Mgal/d

Total 41.78 Mgal/d
 

Surface Water

 
Fresh 126.06 Mgal/d
Saline 0.00 Mgal/d

Total 126.06 Mgal/d





There are 270 Farms In Teton County, Idaho


(updated 2008)



Banks In Teton County, Idaho

U.s. Bank National Association - 2 Branches


    Bank Assets: $768.3m
    Industry Specialization: Commercial Lending
    Total Offices: 3,238

The Bank Of Commerce - 1 Branches


    Bank Assets: $956.5k
    Industry Specialization: Agricultural
    Total Offices: 20

Wells Fargo Bank, National Association - 1 Branches


    Bank Assets: $1.4b
    Industry Specialization: All Other > $1 Billion
    Total Offices: 6,310

Keybank National Association - 1 Branches


    Bank Assets: $89m
    Industry Specialization: Commercial Lending
    Total Offices: 1,026

(updated 2014)







Airports Near Teton County, Idaho

  • Teton Peaks


    (about 2.3 miles in Alta, Wyoming; Airport Code: XWW)

  • Driggs-Reed Memorial


    (about 2.8 miles in Alta, Wyoming; Airport Code: ID1)

  • Jackson Hole


    (about 21.8 miles in Teton Village, Wyoming; Airport Code: JAC)

  • Stanford Field


    (about 31.1 miles in Parker, Idaho; Airport Code: UXF)

  • Rexburg-Madison County


    (about 33.9 miles in Rexburg, Idaho; Airport Code: FVS)

  • Rigby-Jefferson County


    (about 39.5 miles in Rigby, Idaho; Airport Code: WQF)

  • Rigby Airport


    (about 39.6 miles in Rigby, Idaho; Airport Code: WQF)

  • Fanning Field


    (about 48.2 miles in Idaho Falls, Idaho; Airport Code: IDA)

  • Idaho Falls Regional


    (about 48.5 miles in Idaho Falls, Idaho; Airport Code: IDA)

  • Yellowstone


    (about 66.9 miles in West Yellowstone, Montana; Airport Code: WYS)

  • McCarley Field


    (about 69.7 miles in Springfield, Idaho; Airport Code: XWL)

  • Afton Municipal


    (about 70.2 miles in Afton, Wyoming; Airport Code: AFO)

  • Allen H Tigert


    (about 77.7 miles in Conda, Idaho; Airport Code: DQD)

  • Pocatello Regional


    (about 91.8 miles in Chubbuck, Idaho; Airport Code: PIH)

  • Ralph Wenz Field


    (about 92.5 miles in Pinedale, Wyoming; Airport Code: WY1)

  • Miley Memorial Field


    (about 94.2 miles in Big Piney, Wyoming; Airport Code: BPI)

  • Montpelier Airport


    (about 95.9 miles in Montpelier, Idaho; Airport Code: ID2)

  • Big Southern Butte


    (about 97.9 miles in Atomic City, Idaho; Airport Code: RQB)


(updated 2015)



Modes of Transportation in Teton County, Idaho

Car, Truck, Or Van:

 

Drove Alone

61.44%

Carpooled

18.01%

Public Transportation:

 

Bus Or Trolley Bus

0.75%

Streetcar Or Trolley Car

0.0%

Subway Or Elevated

0.0%

Railroad

0.07%

Ferryboat

0.0%

Taxicab

0.0%

Motorcycle

0.0%

Bicycle

0.71%

Walked

8.51%

Other Means

1.06%

Worked At Home

9.46%



(updated 2010)





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Housing Analysis

Everyone needs shelter in rented housing or individually owned homes. Each community, including Teton County, Idaho, is different from the rest based on overall architecture, appearance, occupancy, average housing square footage, average home value, and average home age.



(updated 2010)



Household Type
(Teton County, Idaho)

Family households:

Married-couple family : 2,074

Other family:

Male householder, no wife present : 96

Female householder, no husband present : 216

Nonfamily households:

Householder living alone : 701

Householder not living alone : 378


(updated 2009)



Unmarried-Partner Households By Sex Of Partner
(Teton County, Idaho)

Unmarried-partner households:

Male householder and male partner : 0

Male householder and female partner : 125

Female householder and female partner : 0

Female householder and male partner : 72

All other households : 3,268


(updated 2009)



Household Type By Tenure
(Teton County, Idaho)

Family households:

Married-couple family:

Owner-occupied housing units : 1,428

Renter-occupied housing units : 646

Other family:

Male householder, no wife present:

Owner-occupied housing units : 72

Renter-occupied housing units : 24

Female householder, no husband present:

Owner-occupied housing units : 71

Renter-occupied housing units : 145

Nonfamily households:

Owner-occupied housing units : 526

Renter-occupied housing units : 553


(updated 2009)



Household Income (Annual)
(Teton County, Idaho)

Less than $10,000 : 55

$10,000 to $14,999 : 239

$15,000 to $19,999 : 91

$20,000 to $24,999 : 239

$25,000 to $29,999 : 192

$30,000 to $34,999 : 204

$35,000 to $39,999 : 125

$40,000 to $44,999 : 373

$45,000 to $49,999 : 147

$50,000 to $59,999 : 484

$60,000 to $74,999 : 452

$75,000 to $99,999 : 414

$100,000 to $124,999 : 263

$125,000 to $149,999 : 20

$150,000 to $199,999 : 110

$200,000 or more : 57


(updated 2009)



Housing Units
(Teton County, Idaho)

Total : 4,352


(updated 2009)



Occupancy Status
(Teton County, Idaho)

Occupied : 3,465

Vacant : 887


(updated 2009)



Median Number Of Rooms
(Teton County, Idaho)

Median number of rooms : 5


(updated 2009)



Year Structure Built
(Teton County, Idaho)

Built 2005 or later : 307

Built 2000 to 2004 : 847

Built 1990 to 1999 : 1,270

Built 1980 to 1989 : 705

Built 1970 to 1979 : 471

Built 1960 to 1969 : 114

Built 1950 to 1959 : 183

Built 1940 to 1949 : 217

Built 1939 or earlier : 238


(updated 2009)



House Heating Fuel
(Teton County, Idaho)

Utility gas : 45

Bottled, tank, or LP gas : 1,263

Electricity : 1,358

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. : 111

Coal or coke : 32

Wood : 583

Solar energy : 21

Other fuel : 36

No fuel used : 16


(updated 2009)



House Value
(Teton County, Idaho)

Less than $10,000 : 80

$10,000 to $14,999 : 6

$15,000 to $19,999 : 27

$20,000 to $24,999 : 7

$25,000 to $29,999 : 11

$30,000 to $34,999 : 39

$35,000 to $39,999 : 68

$40,000 to $49,999 : 5

$50,000 to $59,999 : 12

$60,000 to $69,999 : 41

$70,000 to $79,999 : 93

$80,000 to $89,999 : 51

$90,000 to $99,999 : 2

$100,000 to $124,999 : 33

$125,000 to $149,999 : 43

$150,000 to $174,999 : 102

$175,000 to $199,999 : 45

$200,000 to $249,999 : 244

$250,000 to $299,999 : 175

$300,000 to $399,999 : 358

$400,000 to $499,999 : 265

$500,000 to $749,999 : 282

$750,000 to $999,999 : 25

$1,000,000 or more : 83


(updated 2009)



Mortgage Status
(Teton County, Idaho)

Housing units with a mortgage, contract to purchase, or similar debt:

With either a second mortgage or home equity loan, but not both:

Second mortgage only : 153

Home equity loan only : 336

Both second mortgage and home equity loan : 4

No second mortgage and no home equity loan : 914

Housing units without a mortgage : 690


(updated 2009)



Median Value By Year Structure Built
(Teton County, Idaho)

Built 2005 or later : $365,600

Built 2000 to 2004 : $327,600

Built 1990 to 1999 : $318,000

Built 1980 to 1989 : $233,300

Built 1970 to 1979 : $133,600

Built 1960 to 1969 : $173,800

Built 1950 to 1959 : $170,500

Built 1940 to 1949 : $301,600

Built 1939 or earlier : $218,200


(updated 2009)







Percentage of Family Households in Teton County, Idaho: 68.7%

Percentage of Family Households in Idaho: 69.6%


(updated 2010)



Building Permits in Teton County, Idaho

* Units are useful in showing how many separate living spaces
were built. e.g. apartments, townhomes, condos, etc.

    Buildings Units Cost
1999        
  Single Family 105 105 $13,476,237
  Two Family 1 2 $153,088
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 2 30 $1,820,974
  Total

108 137 $15,450,299
2000        
  Single Family 172 172 $13,957,276
  Two Family 2 4 $184,640
  Three and Four Family 8 32 $3,292,755
  Five or More Family 1 8 $457,156
  Total

183 216 $17,891,827
2001        
  Single Family 167 167 $26,571,604
  Two Family 1 2 $256,300
  Three and Four Family 2 8 $873,840
  Five or More Family 6 38 $4,303,280
  Total

176 215 $32,005,024
2002        
  Single Family 192 192 $21,155,089
  Two Family 9 18 $1,835,108
  Three and Four Family 2 8 $649,920
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

203 218 $23,640,117
2003        
  Single Family 151 151 $22,750,091
  Two Family 2 4 $383,982
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 0 0 $0
  Total

153 155 $23,134,073
2004        
  Single Family 216 216 $25,431,230
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 0 0 $0
  Five or More Family 2 29 $1,197,061
  Total

218 245 $26,628,291
2005        
  Single Family 222 222 $46,503,667
  Two Family 0 0 $0
  Three and Four Family 2 8 $1,363,744
  Five or More Family 3 40 $5,066,440
  Total

227 270 $52,933,851
2006        
  Single Family 382 382 $79,137,041
  Two Family 6 12 $1,572,798
  Three and Four Family 3 12 $2,200,968
  Five or More Family 3 30 $3,108,762
  Total

394 436 $86,019,569


(updated 2007)



Median Household Income In 2000 (Teton County, ID): $41,968
Median Household Income In 2000 (Idaho): $37,572


(updated 2010)



Median House/Condo Value in 2000 (Teton County): $131,800
Median House/Condo Value in 2000 (Idaho): $102,100


(updated 2010)



Most Commonly Used Heating Fuel in Teton County, Idaho

Utility Gas: 0.9%
Bottled, Tank, Or Lp Gas: 33.3%
Electricity: 37.3%
Fuel Oil, Kerosene, Etc.: 8.9%
Coal Or Coke: 1.6%
Wood: 16.8%
Solar Energy: 0.0%
Other Fuel: 1.2%
No Fuel Used: 0.0%


(updated 2010)





(updated 2010)





Population in Group Quarters in Teton County, Idaho

Noninstitutionalized population


  • Other noninstitutional facilities : 100%


(updated 2010)







Median Gross Rent in 2000 (Teton County): $603
Median Gross Rent in 2000 (Idaho): $515
Fair Market Rent in 2007 (Teton County): $618


(updated 2010)



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Government Analysis

People run the government through election of representatives and officials. Local governments are important to provide cohesion between individuals who must share public places. Worthwhile laws need to be debated, passed, and then enforced for a community to remain viable. Communities such as Teton County, Idaho are often affected in positive and negative ways by government performance.



Health Care Centers Close To Teton County, Idaho

Teton Valley Home Health Care


     Address: 345 North 1st East, Driggs, Idaho 83422
     Ownership: Government - State/county
     Certified Date: 5/21/1992

Professional Home Care Of Jackson


     Address: Po Box 428, Jackson, Wyoming 83001
     Ownership: Government - Combination Govt & Voluntary
     Certified Date: 12/5/1990

Rexburg Home Health


     Address: 280 East Main Street, Rexburg, Idaho 83440
     Ownership: Proprietary
     Certified Date: 11/16/1995

Teton Home Health


     Address: 3101 Valencia Drive, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83404
     Ownership: Proprietary
     Certified Date: 2/3/1993

Integricare Of Eastern Idaho


     Address: 3470 Washington Pkwy, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83404
     Ownership: Proprietary
     Certified Date: 2/14/1991

Hospitals Close To Teton County, Idaho

St Johns Medical Center


     Address: Po Box 428, Jackson, Wyoming 83001
     Hospital Type: Acute Care Hospitals
     Ownership: Government - Hospital District Or Authority

Madison Memorial Hospital


     Address: 450 East Main Street, Rexburg, Idaho 83440
     Hospital Type: Acute Care Hospitals
     Ownership: Government - Local

Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center


     Address: 3100 Channing Way, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83404
     Hospital Type: Acute Care Hospitals
     Ownership: Proprietary

Idaho Falls Recovery Center


     Address: 1957 East 17th Street, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83404
     Hospital Type: Acute Care Hospitals
     Ownership: Voluntary Non-profit - Private

Mountain View Hospital


     Address: 2325 Coronado Street, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83404
     Hospital Type: Acute Care Hospitals
     Ownership: Government - Federal

Nursing Homes Close To Teton County, Idaho

St John's Nursing Home


     Address: P O Box 428, Jackson, Wyoming 83001
     Ownership: Government - Hospital District
     Number of Residents: 49
     Percent Occupied: 82%

Rexburg Nursing Ctr


     Address: 660 South 2nd St West, Rexburg, Idaho 83440
     Ownership: For Profit - Corporation
     Number of Residents: 59
     Percent Occupied: 50%

Ashton Living Center


     Address: Po Box 838, Ashton, Idaho 83420
     Ownership: Non Profit - Corporation
     Number of Residents: 26
     Percent Occupied: 68%

Life Care Ctr Of Idaho Falls


     Address: 2725 East 17th Street, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83406
     Ownership: For Profit - Partnership
     Number of Residents: 79
     Percent Occupied: 72%

Good Samaritan Society - Idaho Falls Village


     Address: 840 East Elva Street, Idaho Falls, Idaho 83401
     Ownership: Non Profit - Corporation
     Number of Residents: 68
     Percent Occupied: 60%



Closest Nuclear Power Plant To
Teton County, Idaho

Name: Columbia
Address: Richland, WA 99352-0968
Distance: 435 Miles


(updated 2007)



Social Security Users in Teton County, Idaho

    Retired Workers: 500
    Disabled Workers: 85
    Widowers Workers: 55
    Spouses Workers: 55
    Children Workers: 50


(updated 2007)



Government Finances In Teton County, Idaho


Charges


Hospital Public: $7,647,000
Solid Waste Management: $551,000
All Other: $277,000


Federal Intergovernmental


All Other: $37,000


State Intergovernmental


General Support: $347,000
Highways: $867,000
All Other: $142,000


Current Operations


Corrections - Other: $114,000
Financial Administration: $357,000
Judicial And Legal Services: $133,000
Central Staff Services: $947,000
General Public Buildings: $59,000
Own Hospitals: $7,150,000
Regular Highways: $656,000
Natural Resources - Other: $34,000
Police Protection: $707,000
Welfare, Vendor Payments For Medical Care: $86,000
Solid Waste Management: $281,000
Sea And Inland Port Facilities: $10,000
General - Other: $378,000


Construction


Regular Highways: $678,000


Other Capital Outlay


General - Other: $89,000


General


Interest On Debt: $152,000


Tax


Property: $1,402,000
Other License: $671,000


Miscellaneous


Interest Earnings: $223,000
General Revenue, Nec: $204,000


Bond Fund


Cash & Deposits: $161,000


Other Funds


Cash & Deposits: $5,422,000



Otal Salaries & Wages: $4,061,000
Ong Term Debt Outstanding Unspecified Public Purpo: $2,563,000


Long Term Debt Beginning Outstanding


Unspecified Public Purpose: $2,563,000


(updated 2006)



Teton County, Idaho Presidential Election

  • Kerry & Edwards 38.37%
  • Bush & Cheney 60.57%
  • Other 1.05%



(updated 2004)



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Taxes Analysis

Using tax dollars, government officials keep public places in repair, protect citizens, and provide for important services for the benefit of Teton County, Idaho citizens.

Relocation to Teton County, ID

14.52 % of Teton County tax filers migrated from different counties or other nations outside the United States between 2005 and 2006. Their adjusted gross income average was $42,340

Idaho Average 9.61 %

10 or fewer residents relocated from other nations

Lead counties where tax filers migrated to Teton County, ID (2005 / 2006) from a different county are as follows:

  • Teton County , WY 3.42 % ($51,789 AGI )
  • Bonneville County , ID 0.80 % ($65,667 AGI )
  • Bannock County , ID 0.42 % ($50,545 AGI )
  • Madison County , ID 0.42 % ($22,273 AGI )
  • Salt Lake County , UT 0.38 % ($46,500 AGI )

Relocation away from Teton County, ID

10.97 % of Teton County tax filers migrated to different counties or other nations outside the United States between 2005 and 2006. This group's adjusted gross income averaged $51,838

Idaho Average 8.30 %

10 or fewer residents relocated to other nations

Lead counties where tax filers moved from Teton County, ID (2005 / 2006) to a different county are as follows:

  • Teton County , WY 1.70 % ($131,093 AGI )
  • Madison County , ID 0.75 % ($26,474 AGI )
  • Bonneville County , ID 0.71 % ($56,722 AGI )
  • Gallatin County , MT 0.40 % ($27,300 AGI )


(updated 2006)



Income Tax Rates in Idaho

Low Bracket: $1,237 (1.60%)
High Bracket: $24,736 (7.80%)


(updated 2008)



Sales Tax Rates in Idaho

6.00%


(updated 2008)



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Weather Analysis

The enjoyment of the area in which you live is often affected by the weather. Each individual has a different view on what weather patterns will make them most happy. Some people love the seasons, others enjoy warm temperatures throughout the year while others may love the snow. The weather provided for Teton County, Idaho is based on over 50 years of data.



Storms In Teton County, Idaho

  Fatalities Injuries Property
Damage
Crop
Damage
Lightning        
07/18/1999, 06:00 pm 0 0 $21K --
         
Thunderstorm Wind        
05/29/2003, 03:15 pm 0 0 $1K --
04/14/2002, 02:00 pm 0 0 $10K --
         



Tornados In Teton County, Idaho

    Length Width F-Scale Fatalities Injuries Property
Damage
Crop
Damage

Tornado

  1954-06-09 -- 33 -- 0 0 -- --





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Crime Analysis

Everyone wants to feel safe. Individuals and families want to remain protected from violent or property crime. The crime data should not be totally relied upon when making a decision on where to live. If you are concerned, visit Teton County, Idaho directly or research local government web sites.

Number of Sex Offenders In Idaho

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
2,606 2,801 2,866 3,072 3,200 3,451 3,655 3,654 3,872 4,056


(updated 2014)



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