Adams County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Adams County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 201 Industrial Ave, Council, 83612 ID
  • Chief:
Phone: (208) 253-4228
Fax: (208) 253-1141

Adams County Sheriff's Office is located at 201 Industrial Ave, Council, 83612 ID. The Adams County Sheriff's Office phone number is (208) 253-4228.

Adams County Sheriff's Office News

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The Trunk or Treat and Dog Costume Contest this last weekend was faBOOlous. We saw some pretty awesome costumes and pets. We hope to see you all next year, have a Safe and Happy Halloween!

On October 26 2018 there was a found rifle turned into the Adams County Sheriff’s Office. The rifle was laying the road at Butter Gulch. If this rifle is yours please come to the Sheriff’s office with a description of the rifle.

Looking for the owner of this 14.5 hand Dunskin gelding horse looks older in age. Any information please contact dispatch at 208-253-4227.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Closure Order terminated for the Rattlesnake Creek Fire, hazards remain McCall, Idaho – The Closure Order for the Rattlesnake Creek Fire was terminated on October 4th. With the change in weather patterns and associated precipitation in the fire area, fire behavior has decreased to creeping and smoldering in the Squirrel and Pony Creek drainages, and is no longer a threat to containment objectives. Fire suppression resources continue to work in the area and some smoke may still be visible. New Meadows District Ranger Erin Phelps said, “There are still hazards in the area, including fire-weakened trees, smoldering fire, and heavy equipment operating in and around the fire area. We still have some fire suppression repair work to complete, namely a dozer line out of the Hillman Basin area that we’ve used to access the fire, and a contingency line along the southern flank, where we have a number of log decks that were generated as a result of suppression activities. We’re currently pursuing options for those decks, including potentially offering a small timber sale.” A burned landscape presents a number of safety hazards that either did not exist prior to the fire or have been exacerbated by the effects of the fire. Those travelling or recreating in the burned area are reminded to be very aware of your surroundings and follow warming signs and directions from agency personnel. Hazards include unstable terrain, displaced wildlife, hazard trees, burned stump holes and root chambers, and the possibility of flash flooding and debris flows. Additional information about these hazards is available in a handout called “Traveling and recreating safely in a burned landscape” available at district offices on the Payette National Forest. The Rattlesnake Creek fire, southwest of Riggins, Idaho, is a human caused fire that has burned since July 23, 2018 on lands managed by the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests and Payette National Forest, the Bureau of Land Management, the Idaho Department of Lands, and privately owned land. Additional information about the termination of the closure order, traveling in the burned area, and rehab activities can be found at https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/5999/.

***INDIAN VALLEY FIRE DISTRICT*** BURN PERMITS ARE REQUIRED

***COUNCIL FIRE DISTRICT*** BURN BAN STILL IN EFFECT

***Found Border Collie on Council Cuprum*** This female younger Border Collie was found on Council Cuprum Road. It was also reported to been seen falling off of a flatbed blue pickup in that area. She is currently safe. If you are the owner or have any leads please contact the Adams County Sheriff's Office. Thank You!

Missing Dog "Chukar"****UPDATE DOG HAS BEEN FOUND***** Male German Shorthair Pointer, last scene near 6 Lake basin in the Smith Mt. area wearing a e-collar. If found please call Adams County Sheriff's Office 253-4227