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    Twin Falls County Jail Idaho

    Address: 504 Gooding St N, Twin Falls, ID 83301
    Phone: (208) 734-9090

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A list of the most recent warrants issued in Twin Falls County is included in this report. The warrant list might not include warrants that have already been served that day, on the weekend, or that the courts have withdrawn.

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Twin Falls County Idaho

The Twin Falls County Detention Facility, which is located on 9 parcels of property in metropolitan Twin Falls, is the largest jail facility in Twin Falls County. It was constructed in 1953 and can be found at 504 Gooding Street North, Twin Falls, Idaho, 83303. Click here to access the official jail website. Preliminary inmates are housed in the 224-bed facility. Despite its jail capacity, the Twin Falls County Detention Facility offers male convicted convicts rehabilitation services.

Idaho's Twin Falls County is located in the state's south central region. According to the 2010 census, there were 77,230 people living in the county. It was established as Twin Falls County on February 21, 1907. Twin Falls is both the county seat and the major city. The Twin Falls waterfall on the Snake River inspired the county's name. The Snake River waterfall for which Twin Falls County was named.

Founded on February 21st, 1907, with Twin Falls serving as the county seat. named after the Snake River waterfalls that are close. In 1864, Rock Creek became the site of a station line for the Ben Holladay Stage Line. In 1904, the Twin Falls South Side project, one of the Carey Act irrigation projects, began providing water to hundreds of acres of parched terrain.

Bordering counties are as follows: North: Gooding County, Northeast: Jerome County, East: Cassia County, Southwest: Elko County, Nev., West: Owyhee County, Northwest: Elmore County.

Cities of Twin Falls

There are 9 Towns and Cities located in Twin Falls County, Idaho, United States: Twin Falls, Buhl, Castleford, Filer, Hansen, Hollister, Kimberly, Murtaugh, Twin Falls.

As reported by the Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1,928 square miles, of which 1,921 square miles is land and 7.1 square miles (0.4%) is water. Idaho's southernmost county is called Twin Falls. This county is home to the Sawtooth National Forest and the Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument.