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    Mono County Detention Facility

    Mono County Jail
    Address: 25 Emigrant Street, Bridgeport, CA 93517 (760) 932-7549

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All visitors must have valid photo identification and be 18 years of age or accompanied by their parents. All visitors on jail property are subject to search, both their person and/or their property. If you have been incarcerated in this facility within the last six months, you will not be allowed to visit. Mono County Jail does not allow contact visits of any type. Any person who knowingly brings into the jail facility any deadly weapon, alcoholic beverages, narcotics or narcotic paraphernalia is guilty of a felony crime which is punishable by imprisonment in state prison (Penal Code Sections 4573 and 4574).

Mono County

Calaveras, Fresno, and Mariposa counties' leftovers were combined to establish Mono County in 1861. The creation of Alpine County in 1864 included a piece of northern Mono County; in 1866, portions of the county's territory were transferred to Inyo County.

The group of Native American Paiutes known as the Mono was responsible for the lake's naming in 1852. The Mono people once lived in the Sierra Nevada from north of Mono Lake to Owens Lake. The tribe's western neighbors, the Yokuts, dubbed them monachie, or "fly people," because their primary source of food and trade item was fly larvae.

White Mountain Mountain, the third-highest peak in California at 14,252 feet, is the highest point in Mono County.

Mono County was one of just three interior counties in California whose voters defeated Proposition 8, which sought to outlaw gay marriage, in November 2008. Voters in the county rejected Proposition 8 by a margin of 55.5 to 44.5 percent. Adjacent Alpine County and Yolo County were the other inner counties where Proposition 8 failed to win a majority of votes.

Cities of Mono

There are 7 Towns and Cities located in Mono County, California, United States: Benton Bridgeport Coleville June Lake Lee Vining Mammoth Lakes Topaz

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 3,132 square miles, of which 3,049 square miles is land and 83 square miles (2.6%) is water.