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    Tulare County Detention Facility

    Tulare County Jail
    Main Jail
    2404 W. Burrel, Visalia, CA 93291, Phone: (559)636-4655

    Bob Wiley Detention Facility
    Address: 36712 Road 112, Visalia, CA 93291, Phone: (559)735-1700

    Pre-Trial Facility
    Address: 36650 Road 112, Visalia, CA 93291, Phone: (559)735-1750

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Tulare County

In accordance with the California Constitution, Tulare County is a general law county. In other words, it lacks a county charter. A Board of Supervisors comprised of five people oversees the county. Districts choose supervisors for four-year periods. There are no existing term restrictions. The Board of Supervisors elects a Chairman and Vice-Chairman from among its members each year.

In the unincorporated parts of the county, the Tulare County Sheriff performs patrol, detective, and court protection duties. Towns with incorporation either have municipal police forces or hire the sheriff to handle their law enforcement needs.

The Yokuts inhabited the area for a very long time. Spanish missions were set up to populate California and win over the American Indians to Christianity starting in the seventeenth century. In 1772, Comandante Pedro Fages was searching for deserters in the Central Valley when he came across a large lake. He dubbed it Los Tules and surrounding it with marshes and rushes (the tules). This lake is whence the county gets its name. The Nahuatl term tullin, which refers to cattail or other similar reeds, serves as the name Tulare's etymological foundation.

As a black farming community, Allensworth was established in 1908 by Colonel Allen Allensworth and companions. They wanted to create a place where African Americans might prosper without facing prejudice from white people. The only African American-founded, financed, and ruled community in California was this one. Although its early years were very prosperous, the city eventually failed due to environmental issues brought on by declining water tables. The Colonel Allensworth State Historic Park, which is recognized on the National Register of Historic Places, is the name under which the historic area is protected today.

Cities of Tulare

There are 34 Towns and Cities located in Tulare County, California, United States: Alpaugh Badger California Hot Springs Camp Nelson Cutler Dinuba Ducor Earlimart Exeter Farmersville Goshen Ivanhoe Kaweah Kings Canyon National Park Lemon Cove Lindsay Orosi Pixley Porterville Posey Richgrove Sequoia National Park Springville Strathmore Sultana Terra Bella Three Rivers Tipton Traver Tulare Visalia Waukena Woodlake Yettem

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 4,839 square miles, of which 4,823 square miles is land and 14 square miles, or 0.3%, is water.