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    Plumas County Detention Facility

    Plumas County Jail
    Address: 50 Abernathy Lane, Quincy, CA 95971 (530) 283-6267

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Please be advised that when contacting the Plumas County Correctional Facility Officers are limited on what information they are allowed to release. For safety purposes court dates and release information will not be given out. Officers can, and will, only release an inmates charges and bail amounts. For court information, contact the Clerks Officer at the Plumas Superior Court, (530) 283-6232. Jail staff is also limited on what they can receive at their facility. Only medications and seeing glasses will be accepted over the counter, all other items will be denied into the facility.

Plumas County

Five supervisors are elected for Plumas County, each from a separate district. Members of the Board of Supervisors serve four-year terms and are responsible for managing county government. The Board of Supervisors' Clerk assists the Board of Supervisors and informs the general public.

The mission of the County Administrative Office is to support the delivery of efficient county services in line with the goals and guidelines established by the Board of Supervisors. Its duties include keeping tabs on legislative matters, putting together the county's yearly budget, and conducting research and investigations for the Board of Supervisors.

The county's top law enforcement official is the sheriff. The county's federal and state lands are included in the sheriff's territory. The county sheriff is tasked with maintaining the peace, upholding criminal laws, and looking into known or suspected criminal conduct. He or she is elected to the nonpartisan position for a four-year term.

The National Forest Service owns more than 75% of the 2,618 square miles of Plumas County. Three districts: Beckwourth Ranger District, Mt. Hough Ranger District, and Feather River Ranger District are in charge of managing the Plumas National Forest.

The majority of the people living in the region that is now known as Plumas County were native Mountain Maidu before the California Gold Rush in 1849. The Maidu subsisted on roots, acorns, grasses, seeds, and occasionally fish and large animals in small towns along valley borders. The majority of the bands lived alongside streams in and around their own valleys; they were dispersed and without a tribal leadership. The Mohawk and Sierra valleys, among other places with a lot of snowfall, served as game hunting grounds throughout the warmer months.

Cities of Plumas

There are 16 Towns and Cities located in Plumas County, California, United States: Beckwourth Belden Blairsden-Graeagle Canyon Dam Chester Chilcoot Clio Crescent Mills Greenville Meadow Valley Portola Quincy Storrie Taylorsville Twain Vinton

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has an area of 2,613 square mile, of which 2,553 square miles is land and 60 square miles (2.3%) is water.