Boise County Idaho Marriage Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
Boise County Marriage & Divorce Records Offices
Boise County Marriage License20 Main StreetIdahoID83631208-392-4431
Boise County Recorders Office420 Main StreetIdahoID83631208-392-4431
Horseshoe Bend City Hall112 Adams StreetHorseshoe BendID83629208-793-2219
Boise County Marriage & Divorce Records Databases
Boise Basin District Library Website
Boise County Clerk, Auditor, and Recorder Website
Boise County Genealogy Records


Married Couples1,831 (61.0%)
Unmarried Couples131 (1.9%)
Never Married Men597 (18.9%)
Never Married Women481 (16.9%)
Separated Men11 (0.3%)
Separated Women7 (0.2%)
Widowed Men186 (5.9%)
Widowed Women187 (6.6%)
Divorced Men476 (15.1%)
Divorced Women324 (11.4%)

Marriage Records in Boating

Marriage Records in Boise County are considered public information. However, there are laws and regulations that govern access to them. Unless you are a law enforcement officer or certified by the Idaho State Retirement and Relief System under the provisions of the Public Records Act, you may not have access to them. But you can, however, request copies of such records from the Office of Vital Records. The office of Vital Records is located in Augusta, Idaho.

To access marriage records in Idaho you must be a resident of this county at the time of the marriage or divorce. You can either visit the Office of Vital Records in Boise or have one of your personal references do this for you. You will need to show proof of identification including your driver’s license or state issued card. If you wish to obtain a record of a marriage you must pay a nominal charge for this service. This fee is typically very small and is usually well worth the nominal fee to obtain this important public record.

State licensed marriage and divorce records are kept in the State Records of Idaho. To locate these records, you will need to contact the Office of Vital Records to obtain a copy of your marriage license or divorce decree. State licensed records are more accurate than a copy from an online website or store, because these are certified from the State. These records will also have more information about the parties included in the record such as their names, date of birth, and other pertinent information that pertain to the marriage. Marriage records can also tell the couple’s age at the time of the marriage and who was the groom and who was the bride.

Marriage records are available in two ways. You can obtain the record straight from the Office of Vital Records or order marriage records and divorce records online through an Idaho State Licensed recorder. Ordering copies of marriage and divorce records is usually done online. In some cases, if there is an existing paper copy, you can have those too. This is not true for all states however. Most states only require a credit card number is given when ordering online or faxing any proof of identity.

If you are looking for the record directly from the Office of Vital Records in Boise City, you will want to visit the Office of Vital Records. They are located on Cedar Street between South Idaho Street and South Division Street. This location is open seven days a week, except in the winter, when they are closed. To get an appointment with an approved agency, you will need to call them directly.

Some areas will allow you to fax your request via mail, if you so desire. You may also be able to have your request filled out online and sent by a prepaid post. If you have the records you wish to have, you should prepare them ahead of time so that you have them when you arrive. Marriage records in Boating are just like any other document that you would fill out and mail. The more prepared you are, the more likely it will go through.