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Auto License-Vehicle Registration Remodel Information

Auto License/Vehicle Registration Office
Remodel and Temporary Relocation
April - June 2017

Schedule

  • Monday, April 24 - Office open at current Courthouse location
  • Tuesday, April 25 and Wednesday, April 26 - OFFICE CLOSED
  • Thursday, April 27 - Friday, June 23 - Office open at 1225 Idaho Street (The Brammer Building, which is located across the Courthouse parking lot to the south)
  • Monday, June 26 - Return to Courthouse office location

Office hours will remain the same during the remodel and temporary relocation - 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday-Friday. Parking is available at both the north and south entrances of the Brammer Building. Please contact our office at (208) 799‑3026, if you have questions.

Other Renewal Options

  • Online at Idaho Transportation Dept. DMV
  • Mail Renewal to: Auto License/Vehicle Registration, PO Box 896, Lewiston, ID 83501
  • Drop Box in the Courthouse west parking lot.
  • Visit another county's Auto License/Vehicle Registration office - Idaho DMV Map.

 


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Welcome to Nez Perce County

State of Idaho (Nez Perce County in yellow)Nez Perce County is located in North Central Idaho. With a total land area of 855 square miles, it encompasses the cities of Culdesac (population 380), Lapwai (1,137), Lewiston (31,894) and Peck (186), and the communities of Lenore, Leland, Gifford, Myrtle, Waha, Cameron and Southwick. The total population for the county in 2010 was 39,265.

Though it was originally established by the Territorial Legislature of Washington in 1861, Nez Perce County quickly moved on to become one of the four original Idaho counties from which our current 44 were carved.

The county as we know it today was established February 4, 1864 by the Idaho Territorial Legislature with its county seat at Lewiston and present boundaries set by 1911.Nez Perce County Seal

Lewis and Clark were the first white men to enter the area in 1805 that would later be named for the Nez Perce Indians who occupied it. Lewiston served as the territorial capital for twenty-two months before the capital was moved to Boise.

 

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The Lewis-Clark Valley


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Key Indicators of Nez Perce County

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