Post Falls, Idaho 

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Been there, done that, moved on... - 11/9/2010
Post Falls had great potential; too bad the city planning committee blew it! It's such a disorganized bunch of housing communities built just what looks like where ever there was vacanct lots! They can be between apartments, mobilehome communities, farms and businesses! They don't have enough paved sidewalks, trees, playgrounds and for the population;strip mall! And we won't go political other than they spent Post Falls money on a beautiful much too big building for City Hall (should look out the window and fix the streets surrounding it!)I give it thumbs down other than the people are fantastic! P.S. Stop billing people who no longer live Read More

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Used to love here but... - 2/27/2008
I spent the first 27 years of my life in Post Falls and it was a great place to grow up. The problems started to occur when people from around the country began to view the area as a great place to live. As people started to move in home prices went up dramatically, the prairie was changed from farmland to housing developments, and the area became extremely crowded. The home prices were probably the biggest problem, because there is no industry here and wages were/are not high enough to allow the average "local" to afford a home. Now as people are relaizing that maintaining there way of life is difficult due to horrid wages and lack of jobs that aren't service industry related there will probably be a sever backlash in the housing Read More

4 Seasons - 12/11/2007
I moved here from Seattle, where it was cool and damp or cold and wet. Here I find all four seasons, Cold to very cold in the winter, beautiful in the spring, hot to extremely hot in the summer and the gorgeous fall colors in autumn. I don't believe that I will be going Read More

you might want to rethink about this.............. - 7/12/2006
Post Falls used to be a nice little town and still is but the whole area is becoming more of a retirement community and wages in Idaho are terrible. They are still in the ice ages and minimum wage is only $5.15 where Washington and Oregon are both over $7.50 an hour. There are not enough jobs to support those who are younger and trying to make a living, especially if you want to make more than that measely minimum wage. Idaho is a right to work state, and boy don't the employers know it. They don't have to pay you more than the minimum wage or offer you regular breaks and lunches, and they won't. You have the right to work, not the right to be paid fairly or treated fairly like most other places living in the year 2006.There you should just consider yourself lucky to have a job, you don't really need a lunch if you work a 10 hour day, right?! So, if you already have money or are looking to retire, it's a great place, but if you are trying to support a family or looking to make a Read More


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