Housing insecurity is an umbrella term that encompasses a variety of circumstances and indicates risks to attaining and maintaining safe and stable housing. Affordable housing, or housing that costs less than 30% of household income, including utilities, is key to stable housing. Many communities use data points to understand the availability and health of area housing. The maps below are county-by-county numbers for some of those metrics and indicators.
More housing resources are listed below for further investigation. You can download the full Idaho at a Glance with the link above.
MAPS BY: Tenley Burke, M.S., Research Associate, University of Idaho College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, Office of Grant and Project Development
Additional resources and data that provide information about housing insecurity in Idaho: