Visit Someone at the Jail
Inmates have the general right to maintain a level of communication with friends and family. This can be accomplished in three ways:
Writing Letters – Inmates are provided paper and envelopes for writing letters and may purchase stamps through the commissary program. Indigent inmates are allowed a limited number of stamps. Inmates are not allowed to use personal stationary and/or stamps.
Telephone Calls – Inmates are allowed to make collect and pre-paid telephone calls from their housing areas. Telephone calls are limited to 15minutes in duration to allow all inmates equal access to the telephone. Times for telephone calls are limited based on the needs of the facility. Inmates CANNOT receive incoming calls.
- If you receive unwanted telephone calls from an inmate, call the jail 970-498-5200 and ask to speak to a supervisor.
- Wireless telephone users
Video Visitation – Inmates are encouraged to keep in contact with friends and family through video visitation. Video visitation can take place off-site via almost any internet connected PC with a webcam and microphone.
For those without this capability, user account set-up and scheduling visits can be done using the kiosk in the jail lobby. On-site video visits are available using the jail's video visitation equipment.
NOTE: Letters or cards are not accepted at the jail reception counter. When sending mail to an inmate, only the inmate's name, address, and your return address are allowed on the envelope. NO drawings, gang writings, stickers, lip prints, etc. are allowed on the envelope. All mail must be sent via U.S. Postal Service and addressed as follows: