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Departments D - N
Department of Motor Vehicles
The Assessor acts as a vendor for the Idaho Transportation Department and provides two convenient locations for Kootenai County residents to handle registrations.
Deputy court clerks, downstairs in the Justice Building, process all citations, community service enrollment, applications for a public defender, protection orders and filings for all criminal and civil cases.
The Driver’s License Office is the mandated vendor for the Idaho Department of Transportation for processing all classes of Drivers Licenses and Identification Cards.
GIS & Mapping
Kootenai County has several Elected Official Offices and departments that produce or offer various map products as part of regular business services, and/or as requirements of the Idaho Code.
Register for voting, apply for absentee voting, view candidate information, or become a poll worker.
The Kootenai County Human Resources Department's mission is to provide quality Human Resources Services to support the mission of Kootenai County. This includes recruitment, benefits, training, and compliance.
Information Technology provides technology services, content management, infrastructure services, and systems implementation services.
The three Juvenile Divisions work in a cooperative effort to deal with juveniles who come into conflict with the community.
The Juvenile Detention Center assures the safety and security of our community by detaining juvenile offenders.
The Diversion Program is a voluntary alternative to the formal court process for most first time offending youth.
In cases where Diversion is inappropriate, youth will then be formally adjudicated in court, and often placed on County Probation. Probation is a more formal, structured, and restrictive approach for the habitual and /or serious offender.
Noxious Weed Control
The Noxious Weed Control Department assists the public and government agencies with identification and control methods for noxious weeds.