Post Falls, with a population of just over 39,000 people is 2,150 ft above sea level surrounded by mountains and prairie farmland. Located 5 miles from the Washington-Idaho border and 64 miles from the Idaho-Montana border, and 120 miles south of the Canadian border.
Within a 35 mile radius of Post Falls are thirty golf courses, the Centennial Bike Trail, three state parks, fifty-five lakes, and four large rivers. Post Falls is only 35 minutes from Spokane International Airport, and 10 minutes from downtown Coeur d'Alene.
Post Falls has four distinct seasons, with temperatures ranging in the 80's mid-summer and low teens during the winter. The annual average relative humidity is 46%; the average amount of rain is 29", with an average of 49" of snow.
The natural beauty of the surrounding mountains and the Spokane River connecting Post Falls with Lake Coeur d’Alene offer many recreation activities.
Many families live in Post Falls and residents tend to be conservative. The public schools in Post Falls are above average.
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