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Jerome, Idaho is part of the Magic Valley, an eight-county area in south-central Idaho. Jerome is a major producer of agricultural commodities with a 140-day growing season. Idaho is #4 in the nation for dairy, and the Magic Valley is the engine that drives that number. With over 400,000 head of dairy cattle, an astonishing 30 million pounds of milk are produced in the valley every day. Five milk and cheese processors in the City of Jerome cover 16 million pounds of that number daily.

The Magic Valley also boasts about the same amount of beef cattle as dairy cattle. A new meat processing company - True West Beef will open in 1Q 2023 that will process 500 head of beef cattle per day.

With all of this, trucking, logistics, warehousing, and more are part of the this ag based industry.

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U.S. Highway 93 runs north and south the full height of Jerome County. This highway extends from Mexico to Canada. In south-central Idaho, it mainly services the cities of Twin Falls and Jerome. A Commercial Corridor on each side of U.S. Highway 93 was established in the 2019 allowing commercial and industrial development along a 20-mile section of the highway. The interchange of U.S. Highway 93 and Interstate 84 is Jerome County has traffic of 50,000 vehicles per day.

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Interstate 84 extends approximately 45 miles across the entire width of Jerome County. There are six freeway exits along this section of interstate. Three of these exits are somewhat major and the others serve small farming communities. The speed limit on Interstate 84 across southern Idaho is 80 miles per hour. The traffic, both east and west is robust.

Airports

The Jerome County Airport offers services to a variety of private planes. Precision Aviation, LLC provides charter services, fueling, hangar space, lounging, and concierge arrangements for car rentals, lodging, etc. as part of its Fixed Base Operation (FBO). With a runway of just uner 6,000 feet, the airport can accommodate most large private jets.

The Twin Falls Regional Airport, approximately 40 minutes from Jerome, offers service for passenger flights. Most of the passenger flights are routed through Salt Lake City, Utah.

Approximately 120 miles to the west of Jerome is the Boise International Airport. It offers a variety of national and international passenger flights with a large roster of airline companies.

Larry Hall

Executive Director

The mission of Jerome 20/20 Inc. economic Development is to create an environment for new business development, to promote and nurture existing business, to create new business and to facilitate the creation of new jobs. We focus on building a sustainable regional economy through economic development programs designed to create healthy communities and enhance the quality of life for our citizens, Our highest priority is to help businesses to develop, grow and prosper.

Address:

104 Main St. West
Jerome, 
Idaho
83338

Phone:

208-539-0200

Email:

lhall@jerome2020.com
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