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    Butte County Detention Facility

    Butte County Jail
    Address: 5 Gillick Way, Oroville, CA 95965 (530) 538-7471

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The Corrections Division oversees the operation of the 614 bed county jail and other inmate-related programs. With an average daily population of over 580 inmates, the Butte County Jail is the largest county correctional facility north of Sacramento. Corrections Division staff supervise and care for inmates within the jail by providing for their safety, security, and basic needs. The Corrections Division includes a number of specialized working groups and Units. These include inmate support services (e.g. chaplains and drug and alcohol abuse counselors), the Sheriff’s Road Crew, the Jail Medical Unit, the Gang Unit, the Classification Unit, the Inmate Transportation and Extradition Unit, and food preparation and laundry services.

Butte County

The State of California designates Butte County as being in Health Service Area 1, and there are four major hospitals there. The Butte County Air Quality Management Entity, a special district, controls the county's emissions of airborne pollutants. It does this in accordance with local ordinances, state laws, and federal statutes. For instance, the government recently revised regulations that earlier permitted citizens to burn household trash outside.

The five members of the Butte County Board of Supervisors represent the county's residents. The Sutter Buttes in adjacent Sutter County inspired the naming of Butte County; butte is French for "little knoll" or "small hill." On February 18, 1850, Butte County became one of the original 19 counties of California. The county's boundaries extended beyond those of Tehama, Plumas, Colusa, and Sutter counties as they exist today. Joseph Q. Wilbur served as the initial sheriff.

The Feather River and Butte Creek drain the county. The Sacramento River forms a portion of the county's western border. The county's location on the steep western slope of the Sierra Nevada makes it an ideal location for the placement of hydroelectric power projects. There are about six of these plants in the county, one of which supplies the Oroville Dam, which was put under significant stress by excess water in 2017 and is still a source of worry.

Cities of Butte

There are 17 Towns and Cities located in Butte County, California, United States: Bangor Berry Creek Biggs Chico Clipper Mills Durham Feather Falls Forbestown Forest Ranch Gridley Magalia Nelson Oroville Palermo Paradise Richvale Stirling City

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1,677 square miles, of which 1,636 square miles is land and 41 square miles (2.4%) is water.