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    Teton County Jail Idaho

    Address: 230 N Main St, Driggs, ID 83422
    Phone: (208) 354-2323

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In Custody Teton County Idaho

Teton County Jail is overseen by the Teton County Sheriff's Office. Built in 1968, the prison primarily accommodates individuals awaiting trial and those serving their sentences. It can hold around 172 convicts, with a maximum of 206 in emergency situations. A staff of 1 commander, 7 sergeants, 14 officers, and transport personnel oversee its daily operations.

Teton County

10,170 people were living there as of the 2010 census. In 1915, the county was established. Victor is the largest city, and Driggs serves as the county seat. The Teton Mountains to the east inspired the naming of Teton County. The Jackson, WY-ID Micropolitan Statistical Area includes Teton County.

Lewis and Clark Expedition member John Colter made the discovery of the Teton Valley in 1808. (1804-06). Pierre's Hole was the name given to it, and it served as the location for the well-attended 1832 Rendezvous and Battle of Pierre's Hole.

Founded on January 26th, 1915, with Driggs as the county seat. The nearby Teton mountains and valley inspired its name. Previously known as Pierre's Hole, the valley was where Indian councils took place and where trappers gathered for their rendezvous.

Bordering counties are as follows: North: Fremont County, East: Teton County, Wyo., South: Bonneville County, West: Madison County

Cities of Teton

There are 3 Towns and Cities located in Teton County, Idaho, United States: Driggs, Tetonia, Victor.

As reported by the Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 451 square miles, of which 449 square miles is land and 1.1 square miles (0.2%) is water. East Idaho is where Teton County is situated. According to area, the county is Idaho's second-smallest.