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    Solano County Detention Facility

    Solano County Jail
    Solano County Justice Center Detention Facility
    500 Union Avenue, Fairfield, California 94533, Phone: (707) 784-7100

    Solano County Claybank Detention Facility
    Address: 2500 Claybank Road, Fairfield, California 94533, Phone: (707) 784-7181

    Solano County Stanton Correctional Facility
    Address: 2450 Claybank Road, Fairfield, California 94533, Phone: (707) 784-4830

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The information displayed on these searches includes public data about persons arrested and booked into the Solano County jail, within the last 7 days. This contemporaneous booking information is being released to the public in accordance with the California Public Records Act, specifically Government Code 6254 f (1). Booking data is compiled in 24 hour periods and refreshed at midnight of each evening.

Solano County

The California Constitution and law establish and grant general law county status to the Solano County Government. Elections and voter registration, law enforcement, jails, vital records, property records, tax collection, public health, and social services are all provided by the county government. The County additionally acts as the local authority for all unincorporated areas.

The County government is made up of the five-member elected Board of Supervisors, a number of other elected offices like the Sheriff-Coroner, District Attorney, Assessor/Recorder, Auditor-Controller, and Treasurer/Tax Collector/County Clerk, as well as a large number of county departments and entities that fall under the control of the County Administrator.

When California gained statehood in 1850, Solano County was one of the state's first counties. The county was given the name of Chief Solano of the Suisun people, a local Native American tribe and close ally of General Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo, at his request. Between the Petaluma and the Sacramento rivers, Chief Solano once served as the tribal leader. The name Sem-Yeto, which means "brave or fierce hand," was also given to the chief. The Chief is named after the Spanish Franciscan missionary Father Francisco Solano and was baptized under the Spanish name Francisco Solano at the Catholic Mission. In the north of Spain, particularly in Navarra, Zaragoza, and La Rioja, "Solano" is a popular last name.

Cities of Solano

There are 9 Towns and Cities located in Solano County, California, United States: Benicia Birds Landing Dixon Elmira Fairfield Rio Vista Suisun City Vacaville Vallejo

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 906 square miles, of which 822 square miles is land and 84 square miles 9.3%, is water.