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    Blaine County Jail Idaho

    Address: 1650 Aviation Dr, Hailey, ID 83333
    Phone: (208) 788-5564

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The Blaine County Detention Center is a cutting-edge building with 36,000 square feet and 90 inmate beds. 4 pods of the 66 general population beds. Security Levels of Minimum, Medium, and Maximum. twenty beds for work release in segregated dorms. 4 beds for segregated juveniles. Modern technological technology is available at the Blaine County Detention Facility to help inmates and visitors and assure everyone's safety and security.

The Blaine County Detention Facility employs deputies in a highly skilled occupation for which they undergo ongoing specialized training. Detention deputies carry out a diverse range of engaging and difficult tasks every day. The safety and security that our detention deputies offer to all the prisoners, employees, guests, and residents of Blaine County is of utmost importance. While preserving public safety, we adhere to the principle of treating every prisoner with respect and dignity.

Blaine County Idaho

State of Idaho's contains the county of Blaine. 21,376 people were counted in the population in 2010. On March 5, 1895, the state legislature established Blaine County. Hailey is the major city and the county seat. The county bears James G. Blaine's name, a former congressman and Republican presidential candidate in 1884.

Idaho Micropolitan Statistical Area includes Blaine County. The Sun Valley ski resort is located there, close to Ketchum.

The Blaine County School District is in charge of all but one public school. In the county, there are two public high schools: Carey High School in Carey and Wood River High School in Hailey. The first charter school in Blaine County to receive approval opened its doors in the fall of 2014. Schools in nearby Minidoka County serve the rural Yale region in the county's southeastern panhandle.

Neighboring Counties bordering counties are as follows: Northeast: Butte County, East: Bingham County, Southeast: Power County; Minidoka County, South: Cassia County, Southwest: Lincoln County, West: Elmore County; Camas County, Northwest: Custer County

Cities of Blaine

There are 29 Towns and Cities located in Blaine County, Idaho, United States: Barite, Bellevue, Boulder, Broadford, Bullion, Carey, Cathedral Pines, Clarendon Hot Springs, Cream Can Junction, DeWoff, Doniphan, Easley Hot Springs, Elkhorn Village, Galena, Gannett, Gimlet, Hailey, Hawley, Ketchum, Magic City, Magic Resort, Picabo, Sawtooth City, Smith Springs, Stanton Crossing, Sun Valley, Tikura, Triumph, Wapi.

As reported by the Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 2,661 square miles, of which 2,644 square miles is land and 17 square miles (0.6%) is water. Blaine county is located close to the center of Idaho. Parts of Craters of the Moon National Monument, Minidoka National Wildlife Refuge, Salmon-Challis National Forest, Sawtooth National Forest, and Sawtooth National Recreation Area are located in this county.