Meridian City Hall is located at 33 East Broadway Avenue, Meridian, ID 83642.
Meridian began developing around 1893. By 1903 the population had grown to 200 and Meridian was incorporated as a village. A creamery was built in 1897, followed soon by other dairy-related businesses. Meridian subsequently became the dairy center for the State of Idaho.
From its early days, through the 1940s, Meridian was home to a large fruit growing, packing and shipping industry. Here were found large apiaries as bees were vital to a successful fruit-growing industry.
An interurban electric railway connected Meridian to other area towns and provided a convenient means for hauling milk and fruit to various market centers.
Meridian was the fastest growing city in Idaho, with population increasing 300% from 1990-2000, and more than 200% from 2000-2007. It is now  southwest Idaho's center for commercial and retail development.
Nearby Towns: Eagle City • Star City •