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The second level of the Clearwater County Courthouse houses the county jail. Monday through Friday, access is through the front doors and up the stairs. The elevator located beneath the courthouse is used for access on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays. It is possible to search visitors entering the jail for weapons and illegal items.

    Clearwater County Jail Idaho

    Address: 150 Michigan Ave, Orofino, ID 83544
    Phone: (208) 476-4521

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As a valuable product, timber replaced mining as the primary business. The logging led to the development of further new settlements, including Heaquarters and Elk River. These settlements were soon connected to the railroad, which transported millions of board feet of logs to the several mills that sprang up. The first entirely electric sawmill was built by Elk River. The headquarters served as a center for logging as well as housing and food for Camas Prairie Railroad workers.

Clearwater County is still expanding and evolving. Come check out the collection of homestead, logging, mining, and Nez Perce relics at the Clearwater Historical Museum. To ensure that the legacy may be passed on to future generations, our neighborhood communities keep giving generously.

Clearwater County

Idaho's Clearwater County is a county in that state. 8,761 people were counted in the population in 2010. In 1911, Clearwater County was established. It is located in Orofino. The Clearwater River inspired the county's name.

Early 19th-century exploration by Lewis and Clark made the Clearwater River and Lolo Pass, located in the southeast of the county, famous. The Corps of Discovery expedition camped with the Nez Perce tribe outside of modern-day Weippe in 1805 after a grueling journey over the Bitterroot Mountains, suffering through a mid-September snowstorm and coming dangerously close to hunger. The expedition recovered and built burned-out canoes at Canoe Camp in October 1805 with the help of the Nez Perce. They later paddled down the Clearwater, Snake, and Columbia rivers and met the Pacific Ocean a month later in what is now Astoria, Oregon.

The northern Shoshone County included Clearwater County up to 1904. After several years of being acquired by Nez Perce County, it became a separate county in 1911. Pierce, in what is now Clearwater County, served as Shoshone County's first county seat. It was the site of the first gold rush in what is now Idaho (then Washington Territory) in 1860, and two years before the creation of the Idaho Territory, it became the county seat of a sizable Shoshone County.

Bordering counties are as follows: North: Shoshone County, Northeast: Mineral County, Mont.; Missoula County, Mont., South: Idaho County, Southwest: Lewis County; Nez Perce County, West: Latah County

Cities of Clearwater

There are 4 Towns and Cities located in Clearwater County, Idaho, United States: Elk River, Orofino, Pierce, Weippe.

As reported by the Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 2,488 square miles, of which 2,457 square miles is land and 31 square miles (1.2%) is water.