IdahoRebounds Opens in new windowKootenai County is in Stage 2 of Reopening Plan

Information from Governor Regarding this Stage Available Here

The County Administration Building (located at 451 Government Way in Coeur d’Alene) remains open to the public. However, we ask that anyone exhibiting symptoms of illness PLEASE not schedule appointments, visit county offices, or attend public meetings at this time for the health & safety of our staff and our community. Masks required per Panhandle Health Mask Order here.

Please click here for a quick reference page for information on the availability of county services as we address Coronavirus concerns in our community. It is the County’s hope that residents make every effort to mitigate the transfer of the virus. Panhandle Health District is the local lead for information and their website is updated often.

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  1. MLK-day

    Martin Luther King Jr Day Observed

    Most County offices will be closed on Monday, January 18 in observance of Martin Luther King day. Both Ramsey and Prairie Ave Transfer Stations will remain open and operate regular business hours. Regular County business hours will resume on Tuesday Read on...
  2. L Thomas

    County Chief Deputy Treasurer Announces Retirement

    Kootenai County announced today that Chief Deputy Treasurer Laurie Thomas will be retiring from her position later this month. Read on...
  3. DMV

    Assessor/DMV Office Update – Coeur d’Alene and Post Falls Offices Open for Business

    Coeur d Alene and Post Falls Vehicle licensing are now open for business. Customers can use the QLess appointment system (available on our website or on any mobile device) to set an appointment up to 45 days in advance. Both vehicle licensing locations Read on...
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