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At 1130 Third Avenue North in Payette, the Payette County Courthouse houses the Payette County Detention Facility. There are presently 72 beds available at the Payette County Detention Facility.

    Payette County Jail Idaho

    Address: 1130 3rd Ave N #104, Payette, ID 83661
    Phone: (208) 642-6000

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To post the bond, the defendant or his or her family, friends, etc. must speak with an experienced bail bondsman. The Bondsman charges a fee for their services and typically needs some sort of security. Their standard price is 10%, and they typically need a minimum payment to give the service. The Bondsmen are licensed by the State, and we keep a list of unreliable Bondsmen who have missed bond payments. After the suspect is booked, the arresting Deputy can decide if they can be freed. Although it can be done with some felonies, this mainly happens with misdemeanor offenders. When the defendant has served the necessary amount of time in prison, they are released. Courts frequently alter sentences to allow for quicker release.

Payette County

Idaho in the United States of America is home to the county of Payette. There were 22,623 people living there as of the 2010 Census. The county of Payette was established on February 28, 1917. Payette is the major city and the county seat. Francois Payette, a fur trader and early settler who was born in Canada, is honored by the county's name.

The Payette River, which was named after the explorer Francois Payette, inspired the creation of Payette County.

Founded on February 28th, 1917, with Payette serving as the county seat. Due to the log boom on the Payette River, Payette was originally inhabited as a railroad camp in the 1860s and given the name Boomerang. Francois Payette, a Canadian fur trapper and explorer with the North West Company who arrived in the area in 1818, was the first white settler in the area, and his name was later given to the location and the village that sprang up around it.

Bordering counties are as follows: North: Washington County, East: Gem County, South: Canyon County, Southwest: Malheur County, Ore.

Cities of Payette

There are 3 Towns and Cities located in Payette County, Idaho, United States: Fruitland, New Plymouth, Payette.

As reported by the Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 410 square miles, of which 407 square miles is land and 3.4 square miles (0.8%) is water. Payette county is located close to the center of Idaho. The county is the smallest county in Idaho by area.