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    Trinity County Detention Facility

    Trinity County Jail
    Address: 101 Memorial Drive, Weaverville, CA 96093 (530) 623-8124

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The Trinity County Sheriff's Office is committed to providing quality law enforcement with an emphasis on integrity, professionalism, and community service. As law enforcement officers we are dedicated to conducting ourselves in a manner respectful of the trust that has been placed upon us. The Trinity County Sheriff's Office is devoted to this mission and to the people we serve to ensure that Trinity County is a safe place to live, work, and visit.

Trinity County

Native Americans had a long history in Trinity County, including the Tsnungwe, South Fork Hupa, and t'oh-mitah-xwe, Chimariko, and Wintu. The river that gives the county its name was given that name in 1845 by Major Pierson B. Reading, who believed incorrectly that the river empties into Trinidad Bay. Trinidad is translated as Trinity in English. When California became a state in 1850, Trinity County was established as one of the initial counties in the state. In 1852 and 1853, the county gave up some of its territory to Klamath and Humboldt counties, respectively.

Many people travel to the county for camping, backpacking, boating on lakes, rafting and kayaking on rivers, hunting, and fishing, especially during the summer months. From June through September, there is typically minimal rain, with the exception of a few mountain thunderstorms at the highest elevations. Summers are typically clear, sunny, warm, and fairly dry. The county's populous areas see summer days that are 90 to 97 degrees and summer nights that are 45 to 55 degrees. Winter nights range from 25 to 35 degrees and days from 40 to 50 degrees.

The area has a vast network of untamed rivers and streams, is extremely steep and forested, with Mount Eddy's peak rising to over 9,000 feet above sea level. The majority of the county is covered by the Klamath Mountains.

Cities of Trinity

There are 12 Towns and Cities located in Trinity County, California, United States: Big Bar Burnt Ranch Douglas City Hayfork Hyampom Junction City Lewiston Mad River Salyer Trinity Center Weaverville Zenia

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 3,208 square miles, of which 3,179 square miles is land and 28 square miles (0.9%) is water.