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    Santa Cruz County Detention Facility

    Santa Cruz County Jail
    Santa Cruz Main Jail
    Address: 259 Water Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95060, Phone: (831) 454-7800

    Blaine Street Facility
    Address: 141 Blaine Street, Santa Cruz, CA 95060, Phone: (831) 454-2177

    Rountree Medium Facility
    Address: 90 Rountree Lane, Watsonville, CA 95076, Phone: (831) 454-7873

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Santa Cruz County

When California became a state in 1850, Santa Cruz County was one of the state's first counties. The county was originally given the name "Branciforte" in honor of the Spanish village that was established there in 1797. Branciforte Creek, a significant waterway in the county, still goes by this name. On April 5, 1850, less than two months later, the name was changed to "Santa Cruz" ("Holy Cross"). The 1857 Fort Tejon earthquake destroyed the 1791-started and 1794-completed Mission Santa Cruz, but a scaled-down duplicate was built in 1931.

The county is located on a long stretch of coastline that has beaches for more than 29 miles (47 km). At the northern end of Monterey Bay, there is a strip roughly 10 miles wide between the shore and the peak of the Santa Cruz Mountains. There are basically four distinct areas: the rocky "north coast," the metropolitan City of Santa Cruz, Soquel, Capitola, and Aptos; the hilly Bonny Doon, San Lorenzo River Valley; and the fertile "south county," which includes Watsonville and Corralitos. The county's northern and southern coastal lowlands are where agriculture is concentrated. The majority of the northern coastline land is made up of relatively flat terraces that finish in sheer cliffs like those in the picture below.

Cities of Santa Cruz

There are 14 Towns and Cities located in Santa Cruz County, California, United States: Aptos Ben Lomond Boulder Creek Brookdale Capitola Davenport Felton Freedom Los Gatos Mount Hermon Santa Cruz Scotts Valley Soquel Watsonville

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 607 square miles, of which 445 square miles is land and 162 square miles (27%) is water.