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Ferry County Information

The population of the county was 7,551 based on the records shown by the census in 2010 and the county seat is Republic and was created from Stevens County. The county was founded in 1899 and named after Elisha P. Ferry, who is the 1st governor of the state. The county office departments that continue to work hard so that citizens and visitors feel safe are auditor, assessor, Sheriff’s office, emergency management, and probation.

Sheriff’s office

The Sheriff is Ray Maycumber and you can call his office at 509-775-3132

The address of his office is 175 N. Jefferson Republic, WA and you can send an e-mail to

The divisions in Sheriff’s office are civil service commission, district court, enhanced 911, jail, juvenile probation, prosecutor, search and rescue, sex offender information, superior court, and inmate roster.

The office hours are from 8 am to 4 pm, but the Sheriff’s office can be accessed 24 hours

County courthouse

The judges are Allen Nielson and Pat Monasmith the address of the office is 215 S. Oak Room 209 Colville, WA 99114-2862 and the office phone number is 509-684-7527  

The court administrator is Evelyn Bell

The district court judge is Thomas Brown and his office is located at 350 E. Delaware Avenue #6 Republic, WA 99166. The phone number of the office is 509-775-5225

The district court can hear misdemeanors, traffic cases, gross misdemeanors, and preliminary hearings of felony cases. The district court cannot handle cases that involve real estate titles and other limited exceptions.

County jail

165 N. Jefferson Republic, WA 99166

Phone number: 509-775-2906

Visiting hours

Monday 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm

Tuesday to Thursday, Saturday and Sunday 8 am to 10:30 am, 1 pm to 4:30 pm, and 7:30 to 9:30 pm

Holidays 8 am to 10:30 am, 1 pm to 4:30 pm, and 7:30 to 9:30 pm

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Ferry County Sheriff’s Office Address

175 North Jefferson Republic, WA 98166


Phone: (509) 755-3136

Ferry County Sheriff's Office / 911

As social media has evolved into a thriving information hub, the Ferry County Sheriffs Office and 911 Center feel the need to make use of this proven tool for public information sharing. Its purpose is to inform the public of upcoming emphasis, public safety information and provide the public with relavent information regarding ongoing incidents in an effort to inform the citizens of Ferry County and further public safety as a whole. Ferry Co Sheriff 911 center does NOT monitor this site 24 hours a day.. Call 911 for emergencies. Or 509-775-3132 for anything else ! Thank you.
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Ferry County Sheriff's Office / 9114 days ago
Just a reminder your studded tires need to be off today.
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Ferry County Sheriff's Office / 911 added 2 new photos.1 week ago
Ferry Co Sheriff 911 dispatch would like to say thank you to Life Flight Network for the cake they brought us today. #TelecommunicatorsWeek2018
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Ferry County Sheriff's Office / 9111 week ago

The National Weather Service issued a Winter Storm Warning for the Northeast Mountains and Okanogan Highlands (Spokane, Stevens, Ferry, Pend Oreille, and Okanogan Counties) in effect from 11 p.m. tonight until 11 a.m. Thursday. A trace to 3 inches of snow accumulation expected in the valleys with 4 to 8 inches in the mountains above 3500 feet.
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Ferry County Sheriff's Office / 9111 week ago
Date Night Gone Bad....Last Saturday two love birds decided to have a fun date night out on the town. While they were driving home a Deputy noticed they had a headlight out. A routine traffic stop was conducted on the vehicle and the night quickly went awry from there. The driver told the Deputy that she and her boyfriend were just heading home after a fun evening but quickly informed the deputy that she had no license and was suspended. The deputy asked the boyfriend if he had ID so that he could drive home. Chivalry not dead, he was more than willing to drive his girlfriend home. However when asked to provide his ID to verify his license, he was reluctant to do so. Sensing something was afoul, the Deputy called for backup and checked the female driver’s name through dispatch. Turns out she had multiple felony warrants from surrounding counties which she had failed to mention. Back up arrived with other Ferry County Deputies and Colville Tribal Police. Sensing an impending arrest, the boyfriend freely informed Deputies that he also had a warrant. Turns out this was no ordinary warrant, but a nationwide Federal FBI Warrant. Both subjects were taken into custody and their date night quickly ended.
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Ferry County Sheriff's Office / 9111 week ago
Extra patrols are out now to prevent #DistractedDriving. Did you know you're THREE times more likely to crash when talking on your phone? #TargetZero
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Ferry County Sheriff's Office / 911 shared Okanogan County Emergency Management's post.1 week ago