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    Bonneville County Jail Idaho

    Address: 900 Environmental Way, Idaho Falls, ID 83401
    Phone: (208) 529-1315

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The Detention Division of the Bonneville County Sheriff's Office in Idaho Falls, ID, runs the Bonneville County Jail. The protection and safety of the general public, jail personnel, and inmates are the primary priorities for Detention Deputies working in the Bonneville County Jail. Detention Deputies work under a solid policy of practices and professional standards that guarantee the best jail practices in order to achieve this. The Wood Pilot Problem-Solving Court Program, Work Release and Work Detail programs, Medical and Food Services personnel, and other operations are all housed within the facility.

To maintain operations secure and effective, the Detention team performs a wide range of tasks. They collaborate with the rest of our staff in serving the community as an essential member of the Bonneville County Sheriff's Office. With a capacity of 284 beds, this Bonneville County Jail facility first opened its doors in November 1998. Since then, it has grown gradually, reaching a present working capacity of 533 beds.

Bonneville County Idaho

Idaho's Bonneville County is a county in that state. The county was the most populated in eastern Idaho and the fourth-most populous county in Idaho according to the 2010 census, which had 104,234 residents. In 1911, Bonneville County was established. Idaho Falls is both the county seat and the major city. Benjamin Bonneville (1796–1878), a French-born US Army commander, fur trapper, and American West explorer, is the inspiration behind the name Bonneville.

Captain Benjamin Louis Eulalie de Bonneville, an American Army officer of French descent who explored the region in the 1830s, is the inspiration for the name of Bonneville County.

Created on February 7, 1911, by the state legislature, from Bingham County's northeast and east. named for U.S. Army Captain B. L. E. Bonneville, who investigated the Snake River region in the 1830s. A hamlet that was established on the site in 1864 became known as Idaho Falls after that year.

Bordering counties are as follows: North: Jefferson County; Madison County; Teton County, East: Teton County, Wyo.;, Lincoln County, Wyo., South: Caribou County, Southwest: Bingham County.

Cities of Bonneville

There are 24 Towns and Cities located in Bonneville County, Idaho, United States: Ammon, Idaho Falls, Iona, Irwin, Lincoln, Ririe, Swan Valley, Ucon, Beaches Corner, Bone, Coltman, Cotton, Dehlin, Gerrard, Gray, Guyaz, Herman, Milo, Orvin, Osgood, Palisades, Payne, Poplar, Taylorville.

As reported by the Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1,901 square miles, of which 1,866 square miles is land and 35 square miles (1.8%) is water. Bonneville county is located in east Idaho. The Snake River flows northwest through the Bonneville County, beginning at the Wyoming border as the Palisades Reservoir. The river exits the county about midway on its northern border, turns and re-enters approximately 20 miles west to flow southwest through Idaho Falls.