Idaho Congressional District Map

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Economics and Statistics Administration U.S. Census Bureau Prepared by the Geography Division
Map Legend
Congressional districts are those in effect for the 114th Congress of the United States (January 2015-2017);
all other legal boundaries and names are as of January 1, 2010. The boundaries shown on this map are for
Census Bureau statistical data collection and tabulation purposes only; their depiction and designation for
statistical purposes does not constitute a determination of jurisdictional authority or rights of ownership or
entitlement.
For general information, contact the Congressional Affairs Office at (301) 763-6100. For more information
regarding congressional district plans as a result of the 2010 Census, redistricting, and voting rights data,
contact the Census Redistricting Data Office at (301) 763-4039 or www.census.gov/rdo. For information
regarding other U.S. Census Bureau products, visit www.census.gov.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau’s MAF/TIGER database (TAB10)
Projection: State-based Alber’s Equal Area
Labels for places located within more than one Congressional District include a ‘*’.
State Capital
OLYMPIA
Congressional District Boundary
2
Congressional District Area
State or Statistically Equivalent Entity
KANSAS
County or Statistically Equivalent Entity
ERIE
44
Interstate Highway
Water Body
Lake
Champlain
Turley
Census Designated Place (CDP) with 500 or More People
Collinsville
Incorporated Place with 500 or More People
Number of Congressional Districts by State
TX
(36)
MT
(1)
CA
(53)
AZ
(9)
NV
(4)
NM
(3)
CO
(7)
ID
(2)
OR
(5)
KS
(4)
UT
(4)
WY
(1)
NE
(3)
SD
(1)
MN
(8)
OK
(5)
ND
(1)
IA
(4)
MO
(8)
AL
(7)
WI
(8)
AR
(4)
WA
(10)
LA
(6)
GA
(14)
FL
(27)
MS
(4)
IL
(18)
KY
(6)
TN
(9)
IN
(9)
NC
(13)
NY
(27)
PA
(18)
SC
(7)
OH
(16)
MI
(14)
VA
(11)
ME
(2)
WV
(3)
VT
(1)
MD (8)
NH
(2)
MA (9)
NJ (12)
CT (5)
DE (1)
RI (2)
AK
(1)
HI
(2)
Apportionment based on the 2010 Census.
Population Density: 2010
Idaho Profile
U.S. density of 88.4 people per square mile includes
Puerto Rico.
Source: 2010 Census
Housing
667,796
86.8%
69.9%
30.1%
13.2%
Total Housing Units:
Percent Occupied:
Percent Owner-Occupied:
Percent Renter-Occupied:
Percent Vacant:
Population
Total Population:
Age - Under 5:
Age - 5 to 17:
Age - 18 to 24:
Age - 25 to 39:
Age - 40 to 54:
Age - 55 to 64:
Age - 65+:
Percent Male:
Percent Female:
Persons per Square Mile:
1,567,582
121,772
307,300
154,418
305,810
303,301
180,313
194,668
50.1%
49.9%
19.0
82,643.12
0.6%
99.4%
Total Land Area (square miles):
Percent Land Area - Urban:
Percent Land Area - Rural:
Land
Geographic Entity Tallies
5
2
35
35
44
0
201
26
285
298
American Indian Reservations/
Off-Reservation Trust Lands:
Congressional Districts:
State Legislative Districts - Upper House:
State Legislative Districts - Lower House:
Counties/Statistically Equivalent Entities:
Minor Civil Divisions (Governmental):
Incorporated Places:
Census Designated Places:
ZIP Code Tabulation Areas:
Census Tracts:
Population: 1970 to 2010
1,000.0 to 14,941.5
250.0 to 999.9
88.4 to 249.9
30.0 to 88.3
5.0 to 29.9
1.0 to 4.9
Less than 1.0
County Boundary
Idaho Mean Center
of Population
People per Square Mile
by Census Tract
U.S. density is
88.4
2010
2000
1990
1980
1970
1,293,953
1,006,749
943,935
712,567
1,567,582
CANADA
UTAH
WYOMING
OREGON
NEVADA
MONTANA
WASHINGTON
1
2
Bear
Lake
American Falls
Reservoir
Lake Pend
Oreille
Priest
Lake
WASH ING TON
BOUNDARY
TWIN
FALLS
BINGHAM
IDAHO
CANYON
LEMHI
CLEARWATER
PAYETTE
SHOSHONE
ELMORE
FREMONT
MINIDOKA
VALLEY
CARIBOU
JEROME
MADISON
BEAR
LAKE
CUSTER
LATAH
GEM
NEZ
PERCE
BENEWAH
GOODING
ADA
JEFFERSON
TETON
ADAMS
BONNEVILLE
LEWIS
KOOTENAI
LINCOLN
FRANKLIN
BUTTE
POWER
BLAINE
CLARK
ONEIDA
BANNOCK
OWYHEE
BOISE
CASSIA
BONNER
CAMAS
90
15
15
86
84
84
184
84
BOISE
CITY*
Bellevue
Carey
Hailey
Ketchum
Sun Valley
Dubois
Heyburn
Paul
Rupert
Emmett
Challis
Kellogg
St. Anthony
Mackay
Teton
Council
Mullan
Osburn
Pinehurst
Smelter-
ville
Wallace
Driggs
Pocatello
Chubbuck
Downey
Inkom
McCammon
Arco
Franklin
Preston
Salmon
Gooding
Hagerman
Wendell
Weiser
Deary
Genesee
Juliaetta
Moscow
Filer
Hansen
Kimberly
Twin Falls
Potlatch
Troy
Notus
Parma
Caldwell
Green-
leaf
Melba
Middleton
Nampa
Wilder
Glenns Ferry
Rexburg
Sugar City
Clark
Fork
Dover
Burley
Oakley
Grace
Soda Springs
Kootenai
Hazelton
Jerome
Homedale
Marsing
Buhl
Ponderay
Pr
iest River
Sandpoint
Ririe
Ammon
Idaho
Falls
Iona
Victor
Fruitland
New Plymouth
Payette
Plummer
St. Maries
Ucon
Cottonwood
Dalton Gardens
Hauser
Hayden
Hayden Lake
Post Falls
Rathdrum
Spirit Lake
Kamiah
Craigmont
Eagle*
Garden
City*
Star
Athol
Coeur d’Alene
Grangeville
Kooskia
Pierce
Roberts
Mountain Home
Lapwai
Lewiston
Menan
Rigby
Orofino
Kuna
Meridian
Cascade
McCall
Bonners Ferry
Moyie Springs
American Falls
Aberdeen
Blackfoot
Shelley
Montpelier
Paris
Malad City
Ashton
Horseshoe Bend
Shoshone
Moreland
Hidden
Spring
Robie Creek
Tyhee
Arbon
Valley
Fort Hall
Gr
oveland
Mountain
Home AFB
Riverside
Lincoln
0 10 20 30 Kilometers
0 10 20 30 Miles
1:1,200,000
Scale:
Coeur d’Alene Reservaon 1
Duck Valley Reservaon* 1
Fort Hall Reservaon and ORTL 2
Kootenai Reservaon and ORTL 1
Nez Perce Reservaon 1
Name
Congressional
District
American Indian Reservations and
Off-Reservation Trust Lands (ORTL) in Idaho
* Entity is located within more than one state.
114
th
Congress of the United States
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