Butte County

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Butte County is named for the buttes rising from the Snake River Plain.


Surrounding County Courthouses: 

N – Custer CountyLemhi County and Clark County

E – Bingham County

S – Bingham County and Blaine County

W – Custer County


Created:  February 6, 1917                                                        Map of Idaho highlighting Butte County

County Seat: 

Arco  1917 – present


County Courthouse Annex – Arco 


Location:  326 West Grand Avenue / North Water Street

Built:  1946 – 1947

Style:  Federal

Architect:  Unknown

Contractor:  Unknown


Description:  The building  faces southeast and is a two story red colored brick and concrete structure. The center section extends from the main building and has the main entrance. The roof line is flat. The building was the Veterans Memorial Building until converted to the courthouse annex. The courtroom is located on the northwest side of the first story.


County Courthouse – Arco 




Location:  256 West Grand Avenue / North Idaho Street

Built:  1919 – 1920

Style:  Federal

Architect:  Utah Construction Canal Limited

Contractor:  Utah Construction Canal Limited


Description:  The building  faces southeast and is a one story red colored brick and wood  structure. The southeast front has a central entrance. The roof is hipped. The building was constructed and then moved to the present location in 1934. The court now sits in the Courthouse Annex located to the southwest.


Note:  The County purchased the building from the Utah Construction Canal Limited on May 1, 1934 at a cost of $1166. In 1941 a contract was awarded to Martin Hanni to paint the building at a cost of $265.







County Courthouse – Arco






















Photos taken 2011 and 2015