Fremont County was the first county created after Idaho was admitted to the Union. It was organized by the Legislature in 1893 from the northern part of Bingham County. It was named for John C. Fremont, the pathfinder who surveyed the West for the Government.
Fremont County has met the metric to return to the Minimal Risk Level. This was met by having an active Covid case rate below the threshold of 15/10,000 population for the most recent 14-day period. Although the Public Health Order for mandatory face coverings was rescinded, this does not alleviate the need to make choices to slow the spread of the virus. This includes staying home when sick, washing your hands frequently, maintaining at least 6 feet between people, and when not able to distance, wearing a mask correctly and consistently.
All entrances to the County Courthouse are open as of Jan. 20, but masks and screening still are required for anyone who has business with the Courts.