AmeriTitle Community Spotlight – Payette, ID

Posted on | September 13, 2017

Originally named “Boomerang,” the city of Payette, Idaho is a small community of about 7,500 people located in suitably named Payette County. Right on the Idaho/Oregon border and situated  next to where the Snake River meets the Payette River, there are plenty of outdoor activities to take advantage of all year.

With several parks such as Central Park and the Kiwanis Park, you can find beautiful native vegetation, catch an outdoor concert, play a game of soccer on one of the many fields or host a cookout and get your grub on. Kiwanis Park also has a state of the art pool and a skate park within it. The rivers and smaller waterways in the area provide plenty of opportunities for those interested in fishing.

Payette is also a great place to raise a family. There are many schools from elementary to high school throughout the city and universities nearby. The Payette County Historical Museum displays interesting collections and provides resources to learn about what it was like when Payette was a small logging camp during the “Boomerang” times up to present day. There is also a county fair every year with a particular theme.

AmeriTitle’s Payette office is proud to provide comprehensive title and escrow solutions to the community it calls home. If you’re planning to buy or sell property in the area, please ask your real estate professional to choose AmeriTitle.

AmeriTitle Payette Branch
31 S Main St.
Payette, ID 83661
208.642.3351

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