Arco is also called 'the Atomic City.'

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Boise, Idaho

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Boise Idaho

Welcome to the City of Trees. Whether you're a resident, a business owner, a visitor or thinking of making Boise your home, we are here to provide you with outstanding municipal services - a vital part of any great community's quality of life.

Idaho Falls

Situated along the Snake River at the western edge of the world famous Rocky Mountains, Idaho Falls has all the features of big city living, but still embraces a small town charm. Our skyline consists of the majestic Teton Mountain Range, and in our backyard is the world’s most famous park – Yellowstone.Offering its own symphony, opera, chamber orchestra, community drama, performing arts groups, museums, zoos, and of course professional minor league baseball, it’s hard to imagine finding nothing to do.

La Junta

La Junta is located in southeastern Colorado, about 60 miles east of Pueblo. The county seat of Otero County, La Junta has for more than a hundred years formed a junction for commercial, agricultural, and ranching ventures. Before that La Junta was the junction where the Santa Fe Trail branched south to New Mexico, while a lesser route continued west to Pueblo and beyond.

Grants, New Mexico

Welcome to Grants, New MexicoWelcome to Northwest New Mexico, one of Americas most fascinating areas.Grants is a diversified community of 10,000 peopledescending from many cultures and backgrounds.Our climate is mild year round, typical of the high desert.We are located 1 hour west of Albuquerque on I-40.Our area offers low property taxes, inexpensive housing,the convenience of a nearby large city, and an abundance of open space.The bottom of this page provides links to local attractions and traveling times.Links To Our Area and Travel Times

Brigham City

Brigham City is a very attractive and well kept town of 17,000 people. It lies along the Wasatch Mountains to the east and the Great Salt Lake is located just to the west. Brigham City is strategically located a days drive from Yellowstone National Park as well as the Grand Tetons National Park. It's first settlers arrived in the area in 1851, led by William Davis. Shortly after, an incident with 500 Shoshone Indians spurred the building of a fort about four blocks from the current city center. By the next spring, the pioneers returned to their homes and began farming.