The Animal Control Department's mission is to work with local government, citizens, animal rescues, and others to promote responsible animal care, enforcement of local ordinances, and the rescue, sheltering, or adoption of animals without homes in Minidoka County, Idaho.
The Office of the County Assessor is primarily concerned with determining equitable values on both real and personal property for tax purposes.
Building and Zoning
The Coroner is required to hold inquests as prescribed in the Penal Code (§31-2801, I.C.), to provide for the burial of unclaimed bodies (§31-2802, I.C.), to handle and properly dispose of property found on corpses (§§31-2803 and 2804, I.C.), and to act as Sheriff under certain circumstances (§§31-2806 and 2807, I.C.).
The County Clerk also takes care of auditor and recorder responsibilities.
University of Idaho Extension offers unbiased, locally relevant, research-based programs while also addressing local needs.
The purpose of this department is to provide limited and temporary assistance to the residents of Minidoka County for the payment of some non-medical and medical expenses.
Contact the Minidoka County Landfill.
The men and women of the Minidoka County Sheriff’s Office are highly dedicated and well-trained professionals who are strongly committed to maintaining a safe community.
Treasurer / Tax Collector
Learn about finances and taxes for Minidoka County.
Veteran Services Office
The Minidoka County Veterans Office helps county veterans receive the benefits in which they are entitled.
Control and managing noxious weeds in the State of Idaho requires and understanding of the problem, and that begins with detection and identification of noxious weeds.