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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 burn ban extended through October 15

The Bannock County Commissioners voted Friday to extend the county-wide burn ban through Oct. 15, 2022. The ban, which began on July 1, extends to certain types of fires for most parts of Bannock County: Inkom Downey, Arimo, McCammon, Lava, Pocatello Valley, Chubbuck,...

Interview with Sgt. Weaver

Ever wondered what it’s like to work in a jail? Hear from Sgt. Jodi Weaver, who joined the Bannock County Sheriff’s Office in March of 2008 as a detention deputy. Q: What was the training process like for you?  A: I was older when I started, but I knew nothing about...

Interview with Deputy Lagunas

Ever wondered what it's like to work in a jail? Hear from Deputy Dion Lagunas, who joined the Bannock County Sheriff’s Office in July 2016 as a detention deputy. Q: What was the training process like? A: It’s very structured. There are five two-week phases of...

Bannock County Detention Center finishes medical, dental bay renovation under budget

After 27 years of use, the Bannock County Detention Center’s medical and dental units received a makeover. The Detention Center, located at 5800 S 5th Avenue in Pocatello, houses around 300 incarcerated people at a time, some of whom stay for an extended period of...

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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 5:00 pm. Title Processing and Vehicle ID Inspections will STOP promptly at 4:30 p.m.  No exceptions. Closed all Federal Holidays.

Please Note: This Office Does Not Issue Drivers Licenses.

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Pocatello, Idaho 83201

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Bannock County burn ban extended through October 15

The Bannock County Commissioners voted Friday to extend the county-wide burn ban through Oct. 15, 2022.

The ban, which began on July 1, extends to certain types of fires for most parts of Bannock County: Inkom Downey, Arimo, McCammon, Lava, Pocatello Valley, Chubbuck, Pocatello, and North Bannock Fire District. Many of the fire officials from the municipalities and fire districts throughout Bannock County worked together to create a unified burn ban with the intent of reducing the risk of wildfires.

“The potential for wildfires has not reduced enough for us to safely let it expire. We appreciate Bannock County residents continuing their efforts to reduce the risk of fires,” said Wes Jones, Director of the Bannock County Office of Emergency Management.

No open burning or recreational fires are allowed within the Wildland-Urban Interface Areas of Bannock County due to current fire danger and fuel moisture levels. The use of commercial gas fire pits and appliances designed for food prep, such as gas grills and/or charcoal briquettes, are exempted from the ban when used according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

“I strongly encourage all citizens to heed the ban and potentially save the lives and homes of fellow residents.” Said Pocatello Fire Marshall Nick Christensen. “We will continue to monitor the temperatures, fuel levels, and precipitation to find the right time to discontinue the ban.”

The ban will remain in place until October 15 or until conditions allow it to be lifted.

Residents with questions about the burn ban are encouraged to contact their local fire department/district.
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Bannock County burn ban extended through October 15
The Bannock County Commissioners voted Friday to extend the county-wide burn ban through Oct. 15, 2022. 
The ban, which began on July 1, extends to certain types of fires for most parts of Bannock County: Inkom Downey, Arimo, McCammon, Lava, Pocatello Valley, Chubbuck, Pocatello, and North Bannock Fire District. Many of the fire officials from the municipalities and fire districts throughout Bannock County worked together to create a unified burn ban with the intent of reducing the risk of wildfires.
“The potential for wildfires has not reduced enough for us to safely let it expire. We appreciate Bannock County residents continuing their efforts to reduce the risk of fires,” said Wes Jones, Director of the Bannock County Office of Emergency Management. 
No open burning or recreational fires are allowed within the Wildland-Urban Interface Areas of Bannock County due to current fire danger and fuel moisture levels. The use of commercial gas fire pits and appliances designed for food prep, such as gas grills and/or charcoal briquettes, are exempted from the ban when used according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
 “I strongly encourage all citizens to heed the ban and potentially save the lives and homes of fellow residents.”  Said Pocatello Fire Marshall Nick Christensen. “We will continue to monitor the temperatures, fuel levels, and precipitation to find the right time to discontinue the ban.”
The ban will remain in place until October 15 or until conditions allow it to be lifted.
Residents with questions about the burn ban are encouraged to contact their local fire department/district.
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JOB ALERT: Bannock County is searching for:

- Deputy Clerk - Civil (Sheriff's Office)

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JOB ALERT: Bannock County is searching for:
- Deputy Clerk - Civil (Sheriffs Office)
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Great news: Our Public Works team over at Mosquito Abatement has wrapped up operations for the season, reporting no sign of West Nile in Bannock County.

Buddy Romriell, Mosquito Abatement Supervisor and Public Works Assistant Director, said, "We are all done with our mosquito operations for the 2022 season as of September 8th. We had a great season with no West Nile-positive pools! "" "

Buddy Romriell, Mosquito Abatement Supervisor and Public Works Assistant Director, said "We are all done with our mosquito operations for the 2022 season as of September 8th. We had a great season with no West Nile-positive pools! "
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Great news: Our Public Works team over at Mosquito Abatement has wrapped up operations for the season, reporting no sign of West Nile in Bannock County.
Buddy Romriell, Mosquito Abatement Supervisor and Public Works Assistant Director, said, We are all done with our mosquito operations for the 2022 season as of September 8th. We had a great season with no West Nile-positive pools! 
Buddy Romriell, Mosquito Abatement Supervisor and Public Works Assistant Director, said We are all done with our mosquito operations for the 2022 season as of September 8th. We had a great season with no West Nile-positive pools!
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