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In St. Anthony, Fremont County, Idaho, there is a facility housing the Fremont County Jail. The prison has a maximum capacity of 190 convicts and is regarded as a regional minimum security jail. All types of offenders, including minors and adults, are housed in the Fremont County Jail. The Fremont County Jail has an average of 284 total bookings every month. 140 employees are in charge of managing the facility.

    Fremont County Jail Idaho

    Address: 146 N 2nd W, St Anthony, ID 83445
    Phone: (208) 624-4482

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The Fremont County Jail provides offenders with a number of possibilities, including GED, computer education, financial literacy, and anger management. Additionally, the facility provides drug abuse treatment for convicts.

Fremont County

After Idaho was admitted to the Union, Fremont County was the first county to be established. In 1893, the Legislature took the northern portion of Bingham County and established it. It bears the name of John C. Fremont, a pathfinder who conducted a government survey of the West. Except for the northeastern portion of Lemhi County, the region covered about 6,082 square miles north of the current Bonneville County boundaries. The land was annexed to Fremont in 1895, when Lemhi County's northeastern boundary line was moved further west and fixed at its current location. Fremont County expanded further in 1903 when the Big Hole Mountain region was annexed.

The southern part of Fremont County was used to create Madison and Jefferson counties in 1913. The northwest corner was included when Clark County was established in 1919. On Egin Bench, a half-mile west of the location of Fort Henry on the north bank of the river, the first settlement in what is now Fremont County was established in 1879. This county's initial settlement was located near the North Fork of the Snake River. Due to its resemblance to the falls of the same name in the Mississippi River, Saint Anthony Falls was given that name by the residents of Egin Bench. At the location of the present-day town of St. Anthony, a bridge was constructed over the river. St. Anthony was platted two years later.

Agricultural villages were founded around 1880, the majority of them by Mormons who filed claims and turned the region into farms. Wilford, Teton, Parker, and Marysville were among the first of these towns. Ashton is one of the newer communities in eastern Idaho and is the final significant location in the state before reaching Yellowstone National Park.

Bordering counties are as follows: North: Gallatin County, Mont., East: Teton County, Wyo., South: Teton County; Madison County, Southwest: Jefferson County, West: Clark County, Northwest: Beaverhead County, Mont.; Madison County, Mont.

Cities of Fremont

There are 35 Towns and Cities located in Fremont County, Idaho, United States: Ashton, Drummond, Island Park, Newdale, Parker, Saint Anthony, Teton, Warm River, Bedstead Corner, Big Springs, Box Canyon, Chester, Eccles, Egin, Farnum, Flat Rock, France, Gerrit, Grainville, Heman, Jenkins Will, Lake, Lamont, Last Chance, Marysville, Ora, Pineview, Pyke, Rea, Sarilda, Squirrel, Staley Springs, Trude, Twin Groves, Wilford.

Reported by the Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1,896 square miles, of which 1,864 square miles is land and 32 square miles (1.7%) is water.