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    Mariposa County Detention Facility

    Mariposa County Jail
    Address: 5379 Highway 49 N, Mariposa, CA 95338 (209) 966-3616

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General Information The Mariposa County Adult Detention Facility is a Type II facility operated in accordance with applicable federal and state law. The jail is a division of the Mariposa County Sheriff's office. Many questions about the jail and inmate life may be answered by visiting the FAQ section of the County Home Page. This section is located under E-Services, and departments are sorted alphabetically. No information regarding inmate movement, including court dates, medical, and dental appointments will be released by facility staff. No personal items for inmates of any kind, including clothing, will be accepted at the facility (except prescription medication in the original container). Inmates reporting for court ordered commitments should not bring personal items (except prescription medication in the original container). Facility staff will not recommend or refer bail bond agents. A partial listing of local agents may be found on the Public Information link on this page.

Mariposa County

The California Constitution and laws establish and grant general law county status to Mariposa County's government. The Board of Supervisors, which has both legislative and executive authority, makes up the county government. It is made up of five members who are nonpartisanly elected to four-year staggered terms from each of the county's five distinct districts.

When California became a state in 1850, Mariposa County was one of its first counties. While Mariposa County was initially the largest in the state, over time it lost land that became part of twelve other counties, including all of Merced, Madera, Fresno, Tulare, Kings, and Kern, as well as portions of San Benito, Mono, Inyo, San Bernardino, and Los Angeles. Mariposa County is therefore referred to as the "Mother of Counties".

The county was named after Mariposa Creek, which was given that name by Spanish explorers in 1806, after they found a large group of butterflies (referred to as "mariposas" in Spanish and Portuguese) in the Sierra foothills. Residents hold a festival and parade called "Butterfly Days" to celebrate the yearly arrival of migrating monarch butterflies on the first weekend in May.

Cities of Mariposa

There are 8 Towns and Cities located in Mariposa County, California, United States: Catheys Valley Coulterville El Portal Fish Camp Hornitos Mariposa Midpines Yosemite National Park

According to the United States Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1,463 square miles, of which 1,449 square miles is land and 14 square miles (1.0%) is water.