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Getting to Meridian
From Boise International Airport:
Approximate Drive Time: 14 minutes
11 miles headed West on I-84 until you reach one of the Meridian exits
Directions from Nearby Cities
Approximate Drive Time: 12 minutes
8 miles headed South on Eagle Road to Meridian
From Twin Falls:
Approximate Drive Time: 2 hours, 20 minutes
136 miles headed West on I-84 until you reach one of the Meridian exits
From Ontario, Oregon:
Approximate Drive Time: 47 minutes
47 miles headed East on I-84 until you reach one of the Meridian exits
Meridian is named for the Boise Meridian, the Idaho land surveyor's north-south line
running through Initial Point, located 16 miles due south of the city.
Meridian is a high-desert (elevation: 2,605 feet) suburb just west of Boise. The average high temperature is 64 degrees; the average low is 41 degrees. Average yearly rainfall is only 10 inches a year, and snowfall 12 inches. Air quality is good.
Four distinct seasons allow for a variety of outdoor activities. Golfing, skiing, biking, and white water rafting are a few of the recreation option to the area. An abundance of recreational programs offer organized sports and community festivals provide great family entertainment.
Meridian and the surrounding area offers a high quality and vibrant lifestyle. Being a premiere place to live and raise a family requires a commitment to maintaining a safe and caring community that values its youth.
Questions about Meridian? Drop us a line to find out more!
Or if you're in the neighborhood, stop by the Chamber of Commerce office!