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    Mendocino County Detention Facility

    Mendocino County Jail
    Address: 951 Low Gap Road, Ukiah, CA 95482 Inmate Services: (707) 463-4565 or (707) 463-6522

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Mendocino County

Legislative control of Mendocino County is exercised by a board of five supervisors, each of whom represents a distinct district. Glenn McGourty is the representative for the first district, which includes Potter Valley, Redwood Valley, Calpella, and Talmage in the county's central-east. Maureen Mulheren, who represents the second district, represents Ukiah. John Haschak is the representative for the third district, which spans the northeastern part of the county from Willits north to Laytonville and Covelo.

When California became a state in 1850, Mendocino County was one of the state's first counties. It did not have a separate government until 1859 and was run by Sonoma County before then because there were initially few American settlers there. Sonoma County received a portion of the county's land between 1850 and 1860.

The name of the county comes from Cape Mendocino, which was probably given in honor of either Antonio de Mendoza, Viceroy of New Spain from 1535 to 1542 (who sent the Juan Rodrguez Cabrillo Expedition to this coast in 1542), or Lorenzo Suárez de Mendoza, Viceroy from 1580 to 1583. The majority of Cape Mendocino is actually located in neighboring Humboldt County. The adjectival version of the Mendoza family name is Mendocino.

Cities of Mendocino

There are 28 Towns and Cities located in Mendocino County, California, United States: Albion Boonville Branscomb Calpella Caspar Comptche Covelo Dos Rios Elk Fort Bragg Gualala Hopland Laytonville Leggett Little River Manchester Mendocino Navarro Philo Piercy Point Arena Potter Valley Redwood Valley Talmage Ukiah Westport Willits Yorkville

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 3,878 square miles, of which 3,506 square miles is land and 372 square miles (9.6%) is water.