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    Valley County Jail Idaho

    Address: 107 W Spring St, Cascade, ID 83611
    Phone: (208) 382-7168

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In Custody Valley County Idaho

The Valley County Correctional Facility is overseen by the Valley County Sheriff's Office. Built in 1957, the institution mostly holds people who are awaiting trials and punishments. It can hold about 98 inmates, with a maximum of 117 in emergency situations. A staff of 1 commander, 9 sergeants, 18 officers, and transport personnel oversee its daily operations.The Valley County Correctional Facility offers numerous support programs in addition to incarceration, such as volunteer services, educational activities, and religious programs.

Valley County

In the state of Idaho, there is a rural county called Valley County. 9,862 people were counted in the population in 2010. It was established as Valley County on February 26, 1917. Cascade houses the county seat. The Long Valley, which is within the county, inspired the county's name.

The Long Valley of the North Fork of the Payette River, which stretches over 30 miles from Payette Lake in McCall south to Cascade and Round Valley, inspired the town's name when it was founded in 1917. Previously, the valley served as a summer pasture for animals from the Boise Valley. The Cascade Reservoir has largely engulfed the northern valley since the Cascade Dam's construction in 1948. Long Valley is where the county of Valley gets its name.

Created on February 26th, 1917, with Cascade as the county seat. named after Long Valley, a noteworthy physical feature of the region. The earliest white people in the region were fur trappers, but Long Valley was not permanently settled until livestock ranchers arrived there in the 1880s.

Bordering counties are as follows: North: Idaho County, East: Lemhi County, Southeast: Custer County, South: Boise County, Southwest: Gem County, West: Adams County.

Cities of Valley

There are 3 Towns and Cities located in Valley County, Idaho, United States: Cascade, Donnelly, McCall.

As reported by the Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 3,733 square miles, of which 3,665 square miles is land and 68 square miles (1.8%) is water. In close proximity to Idaho's geographic center lies Valley County. According to area, the county is Idaho's fifth-largest county.