Eastern Idaho, South Region
The Eastern Idaho, South Regional Office is located in Idaho's third largest city, Pocatello. Pocatello is known as "The Gate City" for area exploration and transportation on the Snake River Plain. It became a city in 1882, but regional history began in 1810, when trappers came to the area. A few years later, Fort Hall was designated the most important post on the Oregon Trail which brought more settlers to and through the area. In the 1860s, the Portneuf Valley location was the gateway to the West for stage and freight lines connecting America's coastlines. The railroad continued to play a significant role in Pocatello's development, when in 1876, a railroad line from Utah reached Pocatello, connecting Portland, Omaha, and Salt Lake City.
The Eastern Idaho, South Regional Office covers the following counties:Bannock, Bear Lake, Bingham, Caribou, Franklin, Oneida and Power.
It covers the following cities: Aberdeen, American Falls, Arimo, Atomic City, Bancroft, Basalt, Blackfoot, Bloomington, Chubbuck, Clifton, Dayton, Downey, Firth, Franklin, Georgetown, Grace, Inkom, Lava Hot Springs, Malad, McCammon, Montpelier, Oxford, Paris, Pocatello, Preston, Rockland, Shelley, Soda Springs, St. Charles and Weston.
Office Address275 South 5th Avenue Suite 225
Pocatello, ID 83201
Phone: (208) 236-6775
Fax: (208) 236-6935
Office hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mountain
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