Izeh County (Persian: شهرستان ایذه) is a county in Khuzestan Province in Iran. The capital of the county is Izeh. Izeh (Eizeh) is a town in east of Khuzestan province in Iran. This town is a historical town. The vast majority of its population, are from Bakhtiari tribe which is one of the biggest tribes in Iran. At the 2006 census, the county's population was 193,510, in 36,123 families. The county is subdivided into three districts: the Central District, Susan District, and Dehdez District. The county has two cities: Izeh and Dehdez.
zeh has temperate weather in spring and summer, although in winter it is usually the coldest city in the Khuzestan province. Izeh is populated by Bakhtiari Lurs, a tribe living in the northern part of the Khuzestan area. It is an agricultural rather than an industrial city. The foremost product is rice (locally called Berenj) that mostly comes from Susan, Sheyvand, Meydavood and Chitanbe.
Izeh also has mines of rocks and minerals. It is famous for its dam and ancient monuments that are located in Kul-e Farah, Eshkaft-e Salman, Khongazhdar, Tagh e Tavileh, Shir-e Sangi (Stone Lion cemetery), Shahsavar relief, Khong e Kamalvand, Khong e Ajdar, Khong e Yaralivand and Sheyvand relief.