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Find People In Cities Like:

  • Boise
  • Meridian
  • Nampa
  • Idaho
  • Pocatello
  • Caldwell
  • Coeur d'Alene
  • Twin Falls
  • Lewiston
  • Post Falls
  • Rexburg
  • Moscow
  • Eagle
  • Kuna
  • Ammon
  • Chubbuck
  • Hayden
  • Mountain Home
  • Blackfoot
  • Garden City

State of Idaho Total Population:
1,7 Million Residents

Capital City:

Largest Cities:
Boise: 223,154
Meridian: 95,623
Nampa: 91,382

Bordering States:
Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming

About Idaho Public Records

In Idaho, public records are created, collected, stored, and maintained by officials and staff working for state and local government as defined in the Idaho's Public Records Act. The same is for organizations and agencies that are financed by tax dollars. A public record can be documents, books, photographs, tapes, letters, papers, maps, information on a computer, and other data.

Most public records are available but documents that could interfere with police investigations or safety, medical information, private finance accounts, and trade secrets, are not public records.

A Short History Of Idaho

Idaho was the last of the 50 states explored by people of European descent. The Lewis and Clark expedition entered present-day Idaho on August 12, 1805, at Lemhi Pass. At that time, approximately 8,000 Native Americans lived in the region. Mormon missionaries founded Fort Lemhi in 1855. In the late 19th and early 20th century English immigrants settled in what is now the state of Idaho.

Chinese made up 33 percent of Idaho's population in the 1880s. They came to work on the railroad. On March 4, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln signed an act creating Idaho Territory from portions of Washington Territory and Dakota Territory. The original Idaho Territory included most of the areas that later became the states of Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. Idaho Territory assumed the boundaries of the modern state in 1868 and was admitted as a state in 1890.