Ammon is a city in Bonneville County, Idaho, United States. As of the 2010 US Census, the population of Ammon was 13,816. Having more than doubled in land area and population since 2000, Ammon was among the fastest-growing cities in Idaho between 2000 and 2010. It is part of the Idaho Falls, Idaho Metropolitan Statistical Area.

The City of Ammon has nine parks totaling over 62 acres. The 18-acre McCowin Park is the City's largest park. It has a swimming pool, picnic shelter, playground equipment, tennis courts, horseshoe pits, walking paths, a disc golf course, ball fields, and a brand new kids splash park newly opened in 2016. The amenities of the other parks include shelters, playground equipment, Tot Park, facilities for athletics, and picnic tables.

Opportunities for boating, rafting, canoeing, hunting, fishing, camping, snow and water skiing, snowmobiling and ice fishing are within an hours drive or less of the City. Entrances to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, as well as the Jackson Hole Valley, home of the City of Jackson, Wyoming and the National Elk Refuge are all just less than a 2-hour drive away.

Ammon was founded by members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1888. It was originally called South Iona because it was the dependent branch in the south end of the Iona, Idaho ward. The area was made a ward in the church in 1889 with Arthur M. Rawson as bishop, who renamed the town in honor of Ammon, a figure in the LDS book of scripture, the Book of Mormon. Since it was now independent of the Iona Ward, a new name seemed appropriate. On February 9, 1893, the name of the town was changed from South Iona Ward to Ammon.

By 1930 the village of Ammon had 270 inhabitants, but the total district of Ammon, which is how the name is usually used and is closer to the modern borders, had a population of about 1100.

Ammon was an early agricultural center and later was home to several general stores, a grain elevator and a brickyard. The city was officially incorporated on October 10, 1905. It became a Second Class City under Idaho law in 1963. In the early 1900s a spur line was built by the Eastern Idaho Railroad to the Ammon Elevator. Beginning in the 1940s housing divisions have aided the city's growth and it has become a suburb for the adjacent city of Idaho Falls. Building boomed in the 1990s in both the business and housing sectors, and the city was one of the fastest growing in Idaho from 2000 to 2010.

Ammon is served by the Bonneville Joint School District 93, and numerous charter schools including Taylor's Crossing Public Charter School, White Pine Charter School, Alturas International Academy and American Heritage Charter School.

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 7.27 square miles, of which, 7.26 square miles is land and 0.01 square miles is water. As of the census of 2010, there were 13,816 people, 4,476 households, and 3,352 families residing in the city. The population density was 1,903.0 inhabitants per square mile. There were 4,747 housing units at an average density of 653.9 per square mile.

There were 4,476 households of which 46.4% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 61.4% were married couples living together, 10.1% had a female householder with no husband present, 3.4% had a male householder with no wife present, and 25.1% were non-families. 21.3% of all households were made up of individuals and 8.2% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 3.05 and the average family size was 3.61.

The median age in the city was 29.6 years. 36.3% of residents were under the age of 18; 7.7% were between the ages of 18 and 24; 27.5% were from 25 to 44; 18.7% were from 45 to 64; and 9.8% were 65 years of age or older. The gender makeup of the city was 48.9% male and 51.1% female.


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  1. Photo of 3640 E Samuel Street, AMMON, ID 83406 (MLS # 2112341)
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    4 beds,  3 baths
    3,200 sqft   lot 9,583 sqft
    MLS 2112341
  2. Photo of 3065 Brettonwood Drive, AMMON, ID 83406 (MLS # 2112320)
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    4 beds,  3 baths
    2,615 sqft   lot 11,761 sqft
    MLS 2112320
  3. Photo of 4100 Ross Avenue, AMMON, ID 83406 (MLS # 2112302)
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    3 beds,  2 baths
    1,800 sqft   lot 25,003 sqft
    MLS 2112302
  4. 0 beds,  0 bath
    lot 15.63 ac
    MLS 2112146
  5. Photo of 3199 S Chartwell Garden, AMMON, ID 83406 (MLS # 2112070)
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    5 beds,  4 baths
    3,301 sqft   lot 5,227 sqft
    MLS 2112070
  6. 0 beds,  0 bath
    lot 1.53 ac
    MLS 2112016
  7. Photo of 1940 Curlew Drive, AMMON, ID 83406 (MLS # 2111994)
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    3 beds,  1 bath
    1,854 sqft   lot 10,454 sqft
    MLS 2111994
  8. Photo of 1095 Diamond Circle, AMMON, ID 83406 (MLS # 2111930)
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    3 beds,  2 baths
    2,818 sqft   lot 10,890 sqft
    MLS 2111930
  9. 0 beds,  0 bath
    lot 2.01 ac
    MLS 2111860
  10. Photo of 5402 S Millcreek Lane, AMMON, ID 83406 (MLS # 2111813)
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    5 beds,  3 baths
    3,121 sqft   lot 17,859 sqft
    MLS 2111813
  11. Photo of 733 Barn Wood Drive, AMMON, ID 83406 (MLS # 2111728)
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    6 beds,  3.5 baths
    3,244 sqft   lot 12,501 sqft
    MLS 2111728
  12. Photo of 2010 S Falcon Drive, AMMON, ID 83406 (MLS # 2111686)
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    4 beds,  2 baths
    1,694 sqft   lot 6,969 sqft
    MLS 2111686
  13. 7 beds,  6 baths
    6,074 sqft   lot 33,541 sqft
    MLS 2111648
  14. Photo of 3663 Founders Pointe Circle, AMMON, ID 83406 (MLS # 2111645)
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    6 beds,  3 baths
    3,611 sqft   lot 26,136 sqft
    MLS 2111645
  15. 6 beds,  3 baths
    3,883 sqft   lot 21,780 sqft
    MLS 2111644
  16. Photo of 3723 Founders Pointe Circle, AMMON, ID 83406 (MLS # 2111585)
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    6 beds,  3 baths
    3,679 sqft   lot 26,571 sqft
    MLS 2111585
  17. Photo of 2960 E Devonwood, AMMON, ID 83406 (MLS # 2111096)
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    4 beds,  3 baths
    2,454 sqft   lot 10,001 sqft
    MLS 2111096
  18. Photo of 3333 E Greenwillow Drive, AMMON, ID 83406 (MLS # 2110573)
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    6 beds,  4 baths
    4,902 sqft   lot 13,939 sqft
    MLS 2110573
  19. Photo of 2499 Fieldstone Drive, AMMON, ID 83401 (MLS # 2110398)
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    6 beds,  4 baths
    3,579 sqft   lot 17,424 sqft
    MLS 2110398
  20. Photo of 6237 E Partridge Court, AMMON, ID 83406 (MLS # 2110043)
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    5 beds,  5 baths
    5,680 sqft   lot 1.01 ac
    MLS 2110043
  21. Photo of 2255 S Dove Drive, AMMON, ID 83406 (MLS # 2109791)
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    3 beds,  2 baths
    1,944 sqft   lot 10,454 sqft
    MLS 2109791
  22. 0 beds,  0 bath
    lot 3.55 ac
    MLS 2109748
  23. 0 beds,  0 bath
    lot 3.87 ac
    MLS 2109743
  24. Photo of 3079 Willowwood Circle, AMMON, ID 83406 (MLS # 2109227)
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    4 beds,  3 baths
    2,955 sqft   lot 6,534 sqft
    MLS 2109227
  25. Photo of 1984 Castelli Drive, AMMON, ID 83406 (MLS # 2109164)
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    6 beds,  3 baths
    3,510 sqft   lot 21,780 sqft
    MLS 2109164
  26. Photo of 6849 Marble Circle, AMMON, ID 83406 (MLS # 2108950)
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    5 beds,  4 baths
    4,716 sqft   lot 1.51 ac
    MLS 2108950
  27. Photo of 1st Hitt Road, AMMON, ID 83401 (MLS # 2106633)
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    0 beds,  0 bath
    lot 7.75 ac
    MLS 2106633
  28. Photo of 1069 Diamond Circle, AMMON, ID 83406 (MLS # 2106353)
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    3 beds,  2 baths
    2,702 sqft   lot 11,325 sqft
    MLS 2106353
  29. Photo of 2799 Curlew Drive, AMMON, ID 83406 (MLS # 2106351)
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    3 beds,  2 baths
    2,702 sqft   lot 11,325 sqft
    MLS 2106351
  30. Photo of 1043 Diamond Circle, AMMON, ID 83406 (MLS # 2106350)
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    3 beds,  2 baths
    2,818 sqft   lot 11,325 sqft
    MLS 2106350
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