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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) UPDATES


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Valley Medical Center logoValley Medical Center has offered to assist/review local business reopening plans. Contact:
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208-298-3101
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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT UPDATE 02-02-2021:
GOVERNOR LITTLE MOVES IDAHO TO STAGE 3

In a statement issued this morning, Idaho Governor Brad Little moved the State of Idaho from Stage 2 to Stage 3.

“When we moved back to Stage 2 in November, case counts were spiking and hospitals were bracing for the worst. Today, thanks to our collective good efforts, those case counts are much lower and trending downward. Idaho now has one of the lowest rates of spread in the nation,” Governor Little said. “However, moving forward to Stage 3 is not a signal to let up on our collective good efforts. Idaho has the strongest economy in the nation and the most financially solvent state budget. Let’s keep it that way. We must stay vigilant.”

Under the Stage 3 Stay Healthy Guidelines:
- Idaho remains open but with necessary limitations to protect lives, healthcare access, and the economy.
- Gatherings should be limited to 50 or fewer people. This does not apply to political and religious expression, educational activities, and health care related events such as COVID-19 testing or vaccination events. It does not apply to youth sporting events, as long as organizers comply with spectator plans administered by the Idaho State Board of Education.
- Face coverings are strongly recommended. Face coverings continue to be required for long-term care facilities.
- Bars, restaurants, and nightclubs should continue to operate with seating only.
- Everyone, including businesses, should follow physical distancing and sanitation recommendations.
- Large events, such as trade shows, weddings, and sporting venues with more than 50 people, may receive an exemption if the organizer submits an attestation to the local public health district confirming the event will follow necessary physical distancing and hygiene protocols as outlined in their safe operations plan.

For more information, please go to this website: Stage 3 Stay Healthy Guidelines

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT UPDATE 12-10-2020:
7-10 DAYS OF QUARANTINE

In a recent update, CDC recommends an optional change to COVID quarantine timeline. After close contact with an individual confirmed to have COVID-19, it is recommended to quarantine 7-10 days.

If you have no symptoms and do not get tested, it is recommended you stay quarantined for 10 days. With no symptoms and a negative test, it is recommended to stay quarantined for 7 days. Source: Centers for Disease Control (CDC)


State of Idaho Order to Self Isolate 03-25-2020

Public Health - Idaho North Central District Announces First Positive Case of Novel Coronavirus 03-24-2020

Nez Perce County Disaster Emergency Declaration 03-16-2020

Idaho Governor Emergency Proclamation 03-13-2020

President's Emergency Declaration 03-13-2020

Emergency Management Press Release - Coronavirus 03-04-2020

CDC COVID 19 page State of Idaho COVID 19 page Idaho Public Health District 2COVID 19 page CDC COVID 19 Self Check page

Public Access to County Offices

COURTHOUSE ACCESS

"While in a courthouse, any person attending or participating in a court proceeding or doing court business must:
a. wear a mask covering their nose and mouth;
b. maintain an appropriate social distance of at least six (6) feet from all persons not living in their household;
c. comply with all court orders restricting the number of persons that may gather together."


Item 7 from the Supreme Court of the State of Idaho EMERGENCY REDUCTION IN COURT SERVICES AND LIMITATION OF ACCESS TO COURT FACILITIES ORDER dated April 22, 2020.


ADULT DETENTION CENTER

The Nez Perce County Adult Detention Center has limited visitation to weekdays only (Monday-Friday), no weekend visitation will be conducted at this time. Voluntary services are limited to Pastoral only. 


AUDITOR'S OFFICE

Nez Perce County Auditor/Recorder Office is processing marriage licenses and passports by appointment only. The office is open for recording or getting copies of documents, registering to vote and/or absentee ballot requests. Contact us by phone at 208-799-3020.


AUTO/VEHICLE LICENSE

Auto License is open to the public for ALL transactions, including renewals. Wearing a MASK IS REQUIRED! HOURS: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday-Tuesday and Thursday-Friday. Auto License is closed to the public on Wednesdays.

REGISTRATION RENEWALS may also be processed by mail, online or drop box. Thank you for your patience as we try to serve the public as safely and quickly as possible. Questions - Please call 208-799-3026

OTHER OPTIONS TO RENEW YOUR VEHICLE LICENSE

  1. VISIT US ONLINE at IDAHO DMV. Select "Nez Perce Co" and renew using your credit card.
  2. MAIL YOUR RENEW CARD Along with your check to: Nez Perce County Assessor, P.O. Box 896, Lewiston, ID 83501
  3. USE THE DROP BOXES with your renewal card and check - located in the west side parking lot or next to the back entrance of the Courthouse.

WITH ANY OF THE THREE CHOICES, PLEASE ALLOW 10 TO 21 DAYS FOR DELIVERY.

PARKS AND RECREATION

Due to the new system implemented by the Parks and Recreation Department, all Auto License Departments in the State of Idaho are unable to renew or register BOATS and OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLES at this time. We are still issuing Restricted Use Plates, and TITLING these vehicles and vessels. Please contact Parks and Recreation to register or renew at 1-888-922-6743 or go to Parks and Recreation Website.


BRAMMER BUILDING

The following offices located in the Nez Perce County Brammer Building, 1225 Idaho Street, Lewiston, Idaho are open Monday through Thursday from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm and Friday from 7:00 am to noon:

Nez Perce County Board of Commissioners
Nez Perce County Personnel
Nez Perce County Planning and Building
Nez Perce County Social Services

Traffic for these offices is light after Noon on Fridays; therefore, the Board wanted to offer hours before 8:00 am and during the lunch hour for citizens to have access to these departments and conduct their business.

Press Release 06-17-2020


CIVIL (Sheriff)

With Idaho moving to Stage 3, the Nez Perce County Sheriff's Office will be opening up their fingerprint services. Starting Wednesday, Februrary 3, 2021, the Sheriff's Office will offer fingerprinting Monday through Thursday between the hours of 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Due to close proximity with employees, both employees and customers will be required to wear a mask.


DISTRICT COURT

See Courthouse Access information above.

For the protection of our Community, ONLY necessary parties permitted on Court floor.

Payments may be made online at iCourt Odyssey Portal. If you have questions, please call 208-799-3020.


DRIVER'S LICENSE

Nez Perce County Sheriff's Office Driver's licensing is open for business by appointment only. To ensure social distancing measures, the number of patrons will be limited, and we ask that appointment holders enter the building unaccompanied by others. Masks are mandatory inside the building. Please call 208-799-3138 between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm to make an appointment.

Please be aware of your health, wash your hands, follow social distancing guidelines and wear a mask when in public.

Under certain circumstances, online renewals, duplicate or replacement cards, address updates, and driving records are available at ITD.IDAHO.GOV

DOT physicals and address updates can be emailed to ITD Driver's License or faxed to 208-334-8586.

Suspension or reinstatement questions can be answered by calling ITD at 208-334-8736 or 208-334-8000.

 

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