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Generally speaking, appointments for visits may be made seven days a week between the hours of 08:00am and 10:00pm. Headcount, mealtimes, med pass, and other times as indicated by the facility's scheduled events will be the times when video visits are scheduled.

    Gooding County Jail Idaho

    Address: 624 Main St, Gooding, ID 83330
    Phone: (208) 934-4468

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The Gooding County Jail allows for video meetings between inmates and their loved ones. Each week, inmates will be allowed two free visits of 60 minutes each; any further visits will be charged. Visitors may use any computer with an internet connection, a video camera, or a microphone. Additionally, there is a visitation booth in the courthouse's foyer. Visitation privileges for both the visitor and the prisoner may be suspended if visitation restrictions are broken. Please get in touch with the jail if you want to see a list of the rules.

Gooding County

Idaho's Gooding County is a county in that state. There were 15,464 people living there as of the 2010 Census. Creating the county took place on January 28, 1913. Gooding serves as the county seat. Frank R. Gooding, an Idaho senator and governor in the early 20th century, is honored by having his county bear his name.

Founded on January 28th, 1913, with Gooding as the county seat. Dedicated to Frank R. Gooding, a pioneering sheep rancher, early mayor of Gooding, and eventually governor and senator of Idaho. Early in the nineteenth century, mountain people and fur traders heavily utilized the Malad River. In the 1860s, settlers began to arrive in the Hagerman Valley's fertile agricultural lands.

Gooding's expansion was reflected in new settlement in Jerome and Rupert, which was different from other Lincoln County colonies at the period. The most populous precincts at the 1910 census were the Jerome and Gooding precincts, with the Rupert precinct trailing Shoshone by fewer than 200 people. After being chosen as the county seat of Logan County in 1889 and losing that position to Bellevue in an election in 1890, Shoshone was accustomed to losing its position as the county seat. In 1913, Gooding and Minidoka counties were established as a result of political issues surrounding the expansion of Lincoln County. Following the creation of Jerome County in 1919, Gooding County took on its current appearance.

Bordering counties are as follows: North: Camas County, East: Lincoln County, Southeast: Jerome County, South: Twin Falls County, Northwest: Elmore County.

Cities of Gooding

There are 7 Towns and Cities located in Gooding County, Idaho, United States: Bliss, Gooding, Hagerman, Wendell, Appleton, Fuller, Tuttle

Reported by the Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 734 square miles, of which 729 square miles is land and 4.7 square miles (0.6%) is water.