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    Madera County Department of Corrections
    Address: 14191 Road 28, Madera, CA 93638 Phone: (559) 675-7951

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In 1978, The Madera County Department of Corrections was established after separating from the Sheriff’s Office. The county jail was originally centrally located in the middle of town in an old facility that was built in the 1890’s. After a jail bond measure was passed, the current facility was built and opened for business in 1988. For 43 years the department remained as one of the few jails in the state of California that was not operated by the Sheriff. With the projected growth of the county and the impacts to the county jail from prison reform, this collaborative transition is an incredible opportunity to improve services, efficacy, and modernizing practices to better serve the growing community.

Madera County

In a special election held in Fresno on May 16, 1893, Madera County was created from Fresno County. By a vote of 1,179 to 358, residents of the territory that would become Madera County approved the county's formation and its separation from Fresno County.

The Spanish word for wood is madera. The town of Madera gave the county its name when the California Timber Company constructed a log flume there in 1876 to transport lumber to the Central Pacific Railroad.

Tulare native Lucille Helm was hired by the Madera County Sheriff's Department when she became the first woman in California to pass away while doing her official duties (1914–1959). The Madera housewife and mother of four served as a "matron" on call for 15 years, helping female transfers.

For the whole 156,000-person population of Madera County, the sheriff's office and personnel offer court security, jail management, and coroner services. The county's unincorporated regions, which are home to over 70,000 people—or 45% of the county's total population—provide police patrol and detective services. Madera is home to the sheriff's primary station and offices. On Highway 41 to Yosemite National Park in the Sierras, there are two sheriff's substations: Oakhurst, with a population of 3,000, and The Madera Ranchos, with a population of 12,000

Cities of Madera

There are 11 Towns and Cities located in Madera County, California, United States: Ahwahnee, Bass Lake, Chowchilla, Coarsegold, Madera, North Fork, O Neals, Oakhurst, Raymond, Wishon

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 2,153 square miles, of which 2,137 square miles is land and 16 square miles (0.8%), is water.