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    Sacramento County Jail

    Main Jail
    Address: 651 I Street, Sacramento, CA 95814, Phone: (916) 874-6752

    Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center (RCCC)
    Address: 12500 Bruceville Road, Elk Grove, CA 95757, Phone: (916) 874-1927

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The inmate information system will now allow family members the ability to email an inmate. Emails will be printed out and delivered to inmates usually the next day. Inmates will not have access to a computer system to reply to emails. To access the inmate's email page, look up the inmate in the inmate information system and click on the "Email this Inmate" link. Soliciting any business through the email system is prohibited. The Sacramento County Jail is the county jail for the Sacramento County area of the US State of California, serviced by the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department. It is located on 651 I Street, approximately 100 meters from the Downtown Plaza. The jail has been operating under a federal consent decree since 1993.

Sacramento County

When California became a state in 1850, the first counties were established, and Sacramento County was one of them. The Sacramento River, which serves as its western border, inspired the county's name. Gabriel Moraga, a Spanish cavalry officer, gave the river its name in honor of the Catholic Eucharist, or Santisimo Sacramento (Most Holy Sacrament). The historic Franklin Cemetery is the resting place of Lewis & Clark Expedition participant Alexander Hamilton Willard.

The Sacramento County Sheriff oversees the county's entire jail system and provides court security. It offers detective and patrol services for the county's unincorporated areas. Elk Grove, with a population of 170,000, has a municipal department. Citrus Heights, with a population of 88,000, has a municipal department. Folsom, with a population of 78,000, has a municipal department. Isleton, with a population of 73,000, has a sheriff contract. Galt, with a population of 26,000, has a municipal department. Sacramento County is the central county of the Greater Sacramento metropolitan area.

The California Constitution, California law, and the Charter of the County of Sacramento all define and grant authority to the Government of Sacramento County. In reality, county administrations like the Government of Sacramento County are in charge of the majority of California's government, with municipalities like the City of Sacramento and Folsom handling extra, frequently ancillary services.

It is made up of the five elected members of the Board of Supervisors, a number of other elected positions like the Sheriff, District Attorney, and Assessor, as well as several county departments and organizations that fall under the control of the County Executive Officer. Additionally, a number of Californian governmental bodies, like the Sacramento County Superior Court, have authority in areas that include Sacramento County.

Cities of Sacramento

There are 23 Towns and Cities located in Sacramento County, California, United States: Antelope Carmichael Citrus Heights Courtland Elk Grove Elverta Fair Oaks Folsom Galt Herald Hood Isleton Mather Mcclellan North Highlands Orangevale Rancho Cordova Rio Linda Ryde Sacramento Sloughhouse Walnut Grove Wilton

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 994 square miles, of which 965 square miles is land and 29 square miles (3.0%) is water.