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Pocatello, ID 83201

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ASSESSOR'S OFFICE

Find property values, parcel viewer and more here.

SHERIFF'S OFFICE

Bannock County Sheriff’s Office and County Jail information.

PROPERTY TAX HUB

View property tax reduction programs, Board of Equalization, and more.

MOTOR VEHICLE

Vehicle registration, license plates and more.

6th DISTRICT COURT

View the 6th District Court’s page here.

Bannock County was established in 1893 and was named after the Native American tribe indigenous to the area. Bannock County is the sixth-most populous county in Idaho and as of the 2020 census had a population of 87,018. The City of Pocatello is the county seat and largest metropolitan area in the county.

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Recent Highlights

Sheriff Tony Manu Completes the 122nd Session of National Sheriffs’ Institute Leadership Development Course

Sheriff Tony Manu of the Bannock County Sheriff’s Office was among a select group of sheriffs from across the nation who were chosen to complete the 122nd session of the National Sheriffs’ Institute Leadership Development Course. The course, held in Quantico,...

Road & Bridge releases summer 2024 road maintenance schedule

For Bannock County Road & Bridge crews, summer days are packed with a ritual of upkeep to help extend the lifespan of more than 400 miles of road. The Road & Bridge department recently released its summer 2024 maintenance schedule, which can be viewed here. ...

Letter from Your Elected Official: Anita Hymas

Summer is finally here, and the weather is warming up. I love that it is still light at 9 o’clock at night. As you know, Assessors are responsible for valuing all properties in the county. But what people don't always know is that the county Assessor is also...

Bannock County warns of new jury duty phone scam

BANNOCK COUNTY, Idaho – The Bannock County Clerk’s Jury Office has received a number of reports over the past few days of scam callers targeting our area. The suspect callers identify themselves as Bannock County employees. The context of these calls center around the...

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Courthouse Hours

Mon thru Fri 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

624 East Center
Pocatello, Idaho 83201

Closed all Federal Holidays. Bonds and Fines Direct Number: 208-236-7273. Courthouse Security

Driver's License Division

Now located at the Sheriff’s Office at 5800 S. 5th Ave. Hours: Monday through Thursday 7:00 am to 6:00 pm. Closed Fridays and all Federal Holidays.

Department of Motor Vehicles

Located at the Court House Annex 130 N 6th Avenue across the street from the Courthouse.

Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. Title Processing and Vehicle ID Inspections will STOP promptly at 4:00 p.m.  No exceptions. Closed all County Holidays.

Please Note: This Office Does Not Issue Drivers Licenses.

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FINAL REMINDER: The 2nd-half of 2023 property taxes are due by June 20, 2024.

If you chose to pay your 2023 property taxes in two halves, the second half is due June 20.

The Treasurer’s Office does NOT mail out statements for the second half of taxes. For questions regarding your amount due, call 208-236-7220.

LATE FEES: Because this is the remainder of 2023 taxes, if the payment is received late, a late fee of 2% and interest of 1% monthly (which is calculated from Jan 1) will be applied to the amount due. See IDAHO CODE 63-903

If a property has changed ownership or a mortgage has been paid off since notices were printed (in November), the Treasurer’s Office recommends homeowners reach out to verify the amount still owed.

Payments can be mailed, dropped off using the drop box, paid online, by phone, or in person. Details of these options are available at buff.ly/44UCISk
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FINAL REMINDER: The 2nd-half of 2023 property taxes are due by June 20, 2024. 
If you chose to pay your 2023 property taxes in two halves, the second half is due June 20. 
The Treasurer’s Office does NOT mail out statements for the second half of taxes. For questions regarding your amount due, call 208-236-7220. 
LATE FEES: Because this is the remainder of 2023 taxes, if the payment is received late, a late fee of 2% and interest of 1% monthly (which is calculated from Jan 1) will be applied to the amount due. See IDAHO CODE 63-903 
If a property has changed ownership or a mortgage has been paid off since notices were printed (in November), the Treasurer’s Office recommends homeowners reach out to verify the amount still owed. 
Payments can be mailed, dropped off using the drop box, paid online, by phone, or in person. Details of these options are available at buff.ly/44UCISk

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🌱 Have you noticed the yellow weeds across Bannock County lately? They’re called Dyer’s Woad (pictured), and they’re very aggressive and invasive.

We’re partnering with Hammond Helicopter to use their helicopter to treat county properties our team could not access via ATV and UTV. These areas included the McCammon Landfill, Virginia Pit, Myers Pit, and the Philbin gravel pits.

In addition, Bannock County’s Noxious Weed Control has treated all county properties, including roadways, using physical, chemical, biological, and mechanical methods.

We are also working with surrounding agencies to find ways to help mitigate this noxious weed across the county.

If you find Dyer’s Woad on your property, our Noxious Weed Control can provide information on how to treat your property and what chemicals you can safely use to prevent further spread of the weed. Call our office at 208-236-7407, Monday-Thursday from 6 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. buff.ly/4bMAEyl

Dyer’s Woad has a quick window of treatment before the weed goes to seed. If Dyer’s Woad goes to seed, it turns black and will spread its seed further in the future, so timely treatment is vital to containing the weed.

❔ How to identify Dyer’s Woad:

LEAVES: Dyer’s woad leaves are lance-shaped with a white midvein on the upper surface of the blade. The leaves alternate up the stalks of mature plants.

FLOWERS: Flower stalks form a flat top with many small yellow flowers. Petals and sepals are arranged in X patterns.

For more information on identifying Dyer’s Woad, watch this short video from the University of Idaho: buff.ly/4chcfAC
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🌱 Have you noticed the yellow weeds across Bannock County lately? They’re called Dyer’s Woad (pictured), and they’re very aggressive and invasive. 
We’re partnering with Hammond Helicopter to use their helicopter to treat county properties our team could not access via ATV and UTV. These areas included the McCammon Landfill, Virginia Pit, Myers Pit, and the Philbin gravel pits. 
In addition, Bannock County’s Noxious Weed Control has treated all county properties, including roadways, using physical, chemical, biological, and mechanical methods. 
We are also working with surrounding agencies to find ways to help mitigate this noxious weed across the county. 
If you find Dyer’s Woad on your property, our Noxious Weed Control can provide information on how to treat your property and what chemicals you can safely use to prevent further spread of the weed. Call our office at 208-236-7407, Monday-Thursday from 6 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. https://buff.ly/4bMAEyl 
Dyer’s Woad has a quick window of treatment before the weed goes to seed. If Dyer’s Woad goes to seed, it turns black and will spread its seed further in the future, so timely treatment is vital to containing the weed. 
❔  How to identify Dyer’s Woad: 
LEAVES: Dyer’s woad leaves are lance-shaped with a white midvein on the upper surface of the blade. The leaves alternate up the stalks of mature plants. 
FLOWERS: Flower stalks form a flat top with many small yellow flowers. Petals and sepals are arranged in X patterns. 
For more information on identifying Dyer’s Woad, watch this short video from the University of Idaho: https://buff.ly/4chcfACImage attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

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Set up a program like caribou county. They pay $10 a bag for dyers woad. Help younger kids earn money who aren’t old enough to work.

These plants are bad news. I pull them out when I see them. I've seen entire fields taken over in just a couple of years. Nothing eats them.

Bannock county. Anything I can do to help, please reach out!

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