looking for more info on the Twin Falls area, may be in negotiations for a job position there soon,
any help would be appreciated.
any help would be appreciated.
Pretty nice place. Haven't ever actually bought anything from in there, but definitely some nice stuff. Real easy to get to from about anywhere in town as well.Mike Barf said:the job being considered is at cycle therapy, bicycle shop, twin falls ID,
General weather is: Summer: 80-90 during the day, 40-50 at night. Winter: 20-40 during day, 15-30 at night. Modest snowfall. Usually will get 3-5 inches and it is gone in a few days. There is always the chance it could really dump snow on you though.weather,
Winter I covered in previous postwinter,
Overall not a ton of storms. Usually, if it is going to rain you will get about a 10-20 minute downpour, then it clears right up. Occasionally we will get a storm front that comes through and has scattered light showers for a few days. But that is the exception.storms
St. Lukes just built a monster sized new hospital that opened last year. Has ER, CCU, ICU, NICU, Peds, Med-Surg, full laboratory capabilities, it is the only hospital in area with life flight capabilities. Next closest is Boise, followed by Salt Lake City Utah. Salt Lake also has one of the US's largest and most capable pediatric specialty units if it is needed. They are only a few hours away. However, for most things short of life and death, the hospital in Twin Falls will have the capabilities to handle it. A good portion of the Dr's in the area are also affiliated with the hospital and have offices either on the same property or within a mile of it.health care, local hospital have nicu, or decent pediatric unit? places for blood work and rheumatology? (for the wife and son)
General median cost of living is between $30-40k/year. Rent, in Twin Falls, you can figure approximately $200-400 per bedroom. So, a 3bdr house will rent from $600-1,000 depending on area of city. The good news is Twin Falls is surrounded by several smaller cities (within 2-10 miles) and the average rent is about 1/2-2/3 of rent in Twin Falls proper. Jerome, where I live right now average rent is about $350-700 for that same 3bdr house. Kimberly, which is actually almost attached to Twin Falls is abut the same as Jerome.general cost of living, rent milk and the such, (as I have poor credit or worse purchasing is not an option.)
Lots of storage facilities in the area. Can't help on price of those.storage,
Most houses you will look at in the area will have private driveways. A good portion also have garages or other covered type area. Not to many people should bother you about working on your own vehicles. I think in 20 years I might have been talked to about it 3 times.work space for the truck/ parts, and a 71 nova
Fully understand that.have to figure out how much I would need to make to live there, also might need to look into private health care for the wife and child, then present the numbers to the potential employer and see what we could work out.