Bonneville County, in southeast Idaho, is part of the Upper Snake River Valley. Its eastern border is also the state border of Idaho and Wyoming. Idaho Falls, originally called Eagle Rock, is the county seat. Incorporated cities in Bonneville County include Ammon, Idaho Falls, Iona, Irwin, Swan Valley, and Ucon. Bonneville is the fourth largest county in the state with a population of more than 104,000.
Bonneville County Centennial
Bonneville County celebrated its centennial in 2011. The people of the County have provided a great heritage that can inspire us and future generations to carry on this tradition of excellence. The Bonneville County Heritage Association, under the leadership of Mary Jane Fritzen, Gary Goodson, and County Commissioner Dave Radford, is formalizing and calendaring community activities to celebrate the County's Grand Centennial. More Information
The Chamber of Commerce is a service institution and an action organization. It provides a medium through which people can take effective action for the progress of the community. It helps create job opportunities through stimulation of industrial and commercial growth. It seeks the improvement of community facilities; streets, highways, parks, schools, marketing facilities, and human resources. It brings conventions, sales meetings and other gatherings to the city. It works toward developing the agriculture industry of the area. More Information