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With a population of just under 30,000, Post Falls offers relatively affordable homes, a low unemployment rate, and a reasonable cost of living. Home values have also been increasing in recent years as newcomers continue to move into the area. People who appreciate four distinct seasons will enjoy the climate of Post Falls, as you get a beautiful, warm spring, hot summers with temps that reach into the 80s or higher, crisp autumns with lovely foliage, and cold winters with an average of 50 inches of snow each year. While there is plenty to do outside in Post Falls, individuals who are looking for other areas of interest can find it at the Post Falls Historical Society Museum, which is dedicated to preserving and sharing the history of Post Falls. Residents and visitors can also enjoy activities at The Jacklin Arts and Cultural Center, where patrons can take painting, cooking, or dance classes, attend a craft fair stocked with items from local artists, or observe native art in the gallery.



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Post Falls, Idaho, is the tenth-largest city in Idaho, and it is continually growing in size due to its scenery, incredible recreation opportunities, and small-town atmosphere. With Coeur d'Alene Lake located to the east and Spokane, Washington, just across the state line and only 20 miles away, Post Falls is a tourism destination surrounded by beauty, as well as a great place to put down roots.
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