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    Colusa County Detention Facility

    Colusa County Jail
    Address: 929 Bridge Street, Colusa, CA 95932 (530) 458-0205

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The Colusa County Jail was constructed in 1962 and occupied in 1963. The jail is normally operated by a staff of 13 including: Eight correctional officers One jail commander One sergeant Three corporals Inmates The jail can house up to 92 inmates. Inmates in the facility may be awaiting trial or serving a sentence. An inmate can serve up to a year in the facility for each felony conviction. Inmates are served three meals per day, which are provided through a contract with the local hospital.

Colusa County

When California became a state in 1850, Colusa County was established as one of the first counties in the state. Tehama County received a portion of the county's land in 1856, and Glenn County received a portion in 1891.

The county was given its name in honor of John Bidwell's Mexican land grant of Rancho Colus in 1844. The county's name was spelled Colusi in the state's first legislative act of 1850, and Coluse was frequently used in newspapers. The word comes from the name of a Patwin settlement called Ko'-roo or Korusi, which was situated on the west bank of the Sacramento River, where the modern city of Colusa currently stands. By 1855, the name Colusa had become well-established.

Colusa was one of California's most dependable Democratic counties in its early years. It was one of just two counties in the Pacific States, along with Mariposa County, to back Alton B. Parker in 1904. Colusa only voted Republican during the GOP landslides of the Roaring Twenties from 1880 to 1952. Lyndon Johnson was the last Democrat to win Colusa County in a presidential or congressional election in 1964. Since 1952, however, the county has shifted significantly to the Republican side.

Cities of Colusa

There are 7 Towns and Cities located in Colusa County, California, United States: Arbuckle Colusa Grimes Maxwell Princeton Stonyford Williams

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1,156 square miles, of which 1,151 square miles is land and 5.6 square miles (0.5%) is water.