Rexburg is a city located in Madison County, Idaho, United States. The population was 28,337 at the 2017 census. Rexburg is the largest city in Madison County. Rexburg is home to Brigham Young University - Idaho (BYU-I) an institution that is privately owned and operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
Rexburg was founded in 1883.
In June 1976, Rexburg was severely damaged due to the Teton dam food. As a result, this left most of Rexburg underwater for several days. A museum dedicated to the Teton Dam Flood and the history of Rexburg and the area, located in the basement of the Rexburg Tabernacle. The Tabernacle was certified as a national landmark in 1974 not too long after that the city of Rexburg acquired it in 1980.
|Male Share of the Population||49.5%|
|Female Share of the Population||50.5%|
|Employed Population 16+||12,055|
|Age of the Population||23|
|% of people married||57.1%|
|Average household size||3|
|Jan Temp||10 to 29 F|
|Apr Temp||30 to 57 F|
|Jul Temp||49 to 84 F|
|Oct Temp||29 to 60 F|
|Annual Precip||13.8 inches|