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District Court

Kootenai County is one of five counties that make up Idaho's First Judicial District. The other four are Benewah, Bonner, Boundary, and Shoshone Counties.

The two main court buildings for Kootenai County are located in the Courthouse Complex at the corner of Government Way and Garden Avenue in Coeur d'Alene. 


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.


There are seventeen judges in Idaho's First Judicial District. For more information about jurisdiction and election of the judges, as well as contact information, see the Clerk/Judge Directory.

State of Idaho

The state of Idaho is divided into seven judicial districts, each with an Administrative District Judge who is chosen by the other district judges in the district and a Trial Court Administrator (TCA) who is selected jointly by the Administrative District Judge and the Administrative Director of the State Courts.


Court Schedule

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Kootenai County’s new iCourt website  can be used to look up court calendars, case information, and pay fines or citations. To pay online, you will need your Kootenai County case number, the citation number, or the full name and date of birth of the person who was cited. If you do not have your case number or the amount due, you may obtain this information through Kootenai County iCourt website.

Covid-19 Court Information 

Pursuant to the Idaho Supreme Court’s April 22, 2020 Order:  In Re:  Emergency Reduction in Court Services and Limitation of Access to Court Facilitiespdf, effective May 1, 2020, courts in Kootenai County will be expanding the types of court hearings and proceedings that will be heard. However, many proceedings will not require parties or counsel to appear in person at the courthouse. Parties are urged to contact their attorney to determine the nature of any scheduled hearing or proceeding.

Please check the County’s online daily court schedule or the iCourt Portal if you believe you may have a hearing scheduled on a given day. If you have a question about any upcoming hearing or court date, please call the the Kootenai County District Court Office at (208) 446-1180.

If you are scheduled to attend a court proceeding in person at the courthouse or if you come to the courthouse to conduct court business, you must:

    • Wear a mask that covers your nose and mouth;
    • Maintain an appropriate social distance of at least six (6) feet from all persons not living in your household; and
    • Comply with all court orders restricting the number of persons that may gather together.
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Information Regarding Coronaviurs (COVID-19) and Court Operations

Court operations in the Valley County Courthouse have been limited consistent with the Idaho Supreme Court’s Order.

For people who are seeking a civil protection order or other emergency matters please call the Court Clerk’s Office for guidance at (208) 382-7178. Civil protection order forms may be downloaded by going to and clicking on protection orders.

The Order prohibits entry into courtrooms or court services if you have:

  • Traveled within the previous 14 days internationally or domestically within the United States where COVID-19 has sustained widespread community transmission;
  • Resided with or been in close contact with someone who has traveled as described above within the past 14 days;
  • Been asked to self-quarantine by any doctor, hospital or health agency;
  • Been diagnosed with or have had contact with anyone who has been with COVID-19; or
  • Have a fever, cough or shortness of breath.


The Court Clerk’s Office is primarily involved with filing civil and criminal pleadings. All fines and costs ordered are processed through this office. Please contact our office for assistants.

Valley County Courthouse
Physical Address: 219 N. Main St
Mailing Address PO Box 1350
Cascade ID 83611
Telephone: (208) 382-7178
Email: [email protected]


Valley County Office Hours:  The second Tuesday of every month from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. or by appointment. Video conferencing and telephone consultations are available on other business days. (Office hours are subject to change due to holidays, training, and court assistance officer availability.)

The Court Assistance Office assists self-represented people in civil matters such as: divorce, custody, child support, paternity, name change, small claims, landlord and tenant and other civil matters.

The office provides court-approved forms, document reviews, legal information, referrals to legal assistance, and referrals to other services. Forms can be downloaded from this website  or they may be purchased at the Valley County Courthouse:

Valley County Court Assistance Officer: Jim Meliza
Address: 155 S. 5th E., Mountain Home, ID 83647
Telephone: (208) 587-2127 Ext. 263
Email: [email protected]


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