- Departments A - C
Departments A - C
The Kootenai County 911 Communications Center serves as the primary Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) for the County. It provides dispatch service to 14 county emergency response agencies.
Adult Misdemeanor Probation
Adult Misdemeanor Probation serves the First District Court in supervising those ordered to supervised probation. Probationers are pro-actively supervised to promote public safety, court order compliance, and accountability.
The Mission of the Coeur d'Alene Airport is to create and maintain an air transportation facility which is safe, efficient, economical, environmentally-acceptable, and responsive to the community it serves.
The mission of the Assessor's Office is to provide professional, courteous service to the public with regard to the equitable valuation of all properties in Kootenai County, tracking and mapping their ownership and providing a vehicle licensing and titling service for the citizens of our County, both in the Coeur d'Alene office and Post Falls satellite office.
The auditor acts as the county budget officer. The auditor's office executes this responsibility by compiling the budget requests and submitting the budget to the board of commissioners.
The Building Division of Community Development issues building permits for the construction of: •Commercial storage buildings over 120 square feet •Commercial structures •Decks •Fences over seven feet tall •Garages •Pole barns •Re-roofing •Residential storage buildings over 200 square feet •Single and Multi-Family Dwellings
Building & Grounds
The Maintenance Shop/Building and Grounds Department is responsible for maintaining the interior and exterior of the County buildings situated at the Courthouse complex and surrounding areas.
Constitutional and statutory laws have given this one elective county officer five distinct titles: Clerk of the District Court, Auditor, Recorder, Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners, and Chief Elections Officer of the County (County Resource Manual, Idaho Association of Counties).
It is the mission of the Kootenai County Community Development Department to provide the public with friendly, efficient, professional customer service and guidance in a manner that will promote safety through building and land use applications while protecting the open space and natural beauty of Kootenai County for the present and future generations.
The Coroner is an elected County official. A certificate of each death that occurs in the State must be filed with the Local Registrar of the District (appointed by the State Registrar of Vital Statistics) within five days after the occurrence of death.
The purpose of these laws is to provide limited and temporary assistance to Kootenai County residents for the payment of some non-medical and medical expenses.