Idaho Public Records
Idaho public records include birth, death, marriage, and divorce records, which are kept and administered by the Vital Records Unit of the Bureau of Vital Records and Health. The office has all birth and death certificates since July 1911 and marriage and divorce records since May 1947. Earlier records may be available from county offices. Birth records are restricted to family and other parties with a legal interest for 100 years, while death, marriage, and divorce records are restricted for 50 years. You can obtain these Idaho public records by mail, by fax, or online. All Idaho court records from 1995 on are available online.
Lookup Public Records In Idaho Counties
Idaho's Ada County Recorder Search allows individuals to search for all public records relating to the county. Some of the records that may be obtained through this office include: marriage licenses, deeds, liens, tax deeds, surveys, military records, probate deeds and tax deeds. Individuals may search using the online search tool and can search by name, instrument number and document type.
Idaho's Canyon County Records maintains public records, including liens, judgments, marriage licenses, mortgage deeds of trust, military records, deeds, easements, probate, surveys and tax deeds. Individuals can search for these documents using an online search tool, which allows searches by name, date, requestor, and document type.
Idaho's Kootenai County Recorder's Office maintains all records of documents recorded in Kootenai County. Some of the documents maintained at this office include: property records and marriage information. All land documents are recorded here as well, including plat maps, surveys, easements, assertions of right-of-way and certain types of liens.