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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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Bannock County partners with south county cities to offer Free Dumpster Days throughout the summer

Free Dumpster Days are returning to the cities in southern Bannock County. Bannock County Commissioners recently partnered with PSI Waste Systems and the cities of Arimo, Downey, Lava Hot Springs, and McCammon to offer Free Dumpster Days during the summer. Bannock...

Memorial Day weekend marks 20 years of the Idaho Field of Heroes Memorial in Pocatello

BANNOCK COUNTY, Idaho – The Idaho Field of Heroes Memorial is commemorating 20 years of honoring the men and women who died serving the United States in the Global War on Terrorism. The beloved Memorial will return to Pocatello from Friday, May 24, until Memorial Day,...

Early voter turnout low in Bannock County for May 21 Primary Election

BANNOCK COUNTY, Idaho—Fewer people are voting early in the Bannock County 2024 Primary Election than in previous years. Early voting ended on Friday, May 17, with 1,863 people casting their ballot either early or via absentee ballot. Comparatively, more than 3,000...

SAFE ROADS: Bannock County repairing, adding guardrails on high-traffic roads

BANNOCK COUNTY, Idaho – This summer, Bannock County is taking significant steps to enhance road safety. Bannock County Road & Bridge recently repaired and added more than 2,500 feet of guardrail in high-traffic areas.  Guardrails are barriers that shield a driver...

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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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🇺🇸 Photos from today's opening ceremony of the 20th annual Idaho Field of Heroes Memorial. This memorial, located at Century High School's soccer field, is open to the public 24 hours a day now through Monday, May 27th.

For more information about the weekend's events, visit the Idaho Field of Heroes Memorial page.
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🇺🇸 Photos from todays opening ceremony of the 20th annual Idaho Field of Heroes Memorial. This memorial, located at Century High Schools soccer field, is open to the public 24 hours a day now through Monday, May 27th. 
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That's kewl.

John Butler

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My question remains, why should the taxpayers of Bannock County fund this endeavor that is not self sufficient, not profitable, and a permanent draw on the county homeowner/taxpayer? Have the commissioners seen how many times weve shot down an unnecessary level and rebuild of Highland High School? Of all the projects, this one makes no sense.

Important information from the Bannock County Assessor's Office:ATTN: Property assessment notices coming soon!

We are pleased to announce that we are mailing the 2024 assessment notices a week early this year. Idaho Code requires notices to be mailed by the first Monday in June, but we are getting them to you early to allow you an extra week to review your assessment and ask any questions.

What you need to know:
🔶 Notices will be mailed on May 28th and should arrive in your mailbox within a week
🔶 If you do not receive your notice by June 4th, please call our office at 208-236-7260
🔶 If you purchased a home or property within the last 2 weeks, please call us to ensure you receive your notice in time
🔶 If you signed up to receive your notice via email, please check your email for your notice

New this year:
🔶 We have updated the online parcel viewer with the new 2024 assessment values. Please note that these values are NOT FINAL until they are certified in mid-July or early August.
🔶 New legislation requires we include an additional previous year’s value, two previous years of tax bills, and your taxing district’s information in your assessment notice. If you have questions about your tax portion, please contact the Treasurer’s Office at 208-236-7220. Please remember that your assessment notice is NOT A BILL. Your 2024 property tax bill will be calculated after taxing districts set their budgets.

Appealing your assessed value:
🔶 If you do not agree with your assessed value, please talk with our appraisers to determine if there are any issues with your assessment.
🔶 If, after speaking with an appraiser, you still do not agree with your assessed value, you can appeal to the Board of Equalization. Appeal forms are available online and in the courthouse.
🔶 Appeals are DUE MONDAY, JUNE 24, by 5 PM!

Please call our office for any issues or questions you might have so that we can get answers for you. 208-236-7260 or 208-236-7498

Have a great holiday weekend!
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