Mail to Inmates
Mail delivery to the Washington County Jail occurs Monday through Friday with the exception of holidays. All mail addressed to inmates is opened and inspected by jail staff prior to delivery. Legal mail to inmates will only be opened in the presence of the addressee.
If you wish to send a letter to an inmate in the Washington County Jail, the mailing envelope must be addressed as follows:
Inmate’s Full Name
Washington County Jail
15015 62nd St. N.
P.O. Box 3801
Stillwater, MN 55082
Mail to Inmates No Longer in Custody
The jail will not forward any mail received for inmates who have been transferred to another facility or released. Mail delivered for an inmate who is no longer in the custody of the Washington County Jail will be returned to the sender. As a result, all mail addressed to inmates must include a return address.
All mail to inmates must be sent through the United States Postal Service or a valid delivery service, such as UPS, Fed Ex, DHL, etc. The jail staff will not deliver phone or dropped off messages to the inmates. Do not send cash or money orders through the mail. The jail will not accept Polaroid pictures or letters with glue or glitter. Stickers will be removed as will anything suspicious. Pictures that show nudity or have sexual innuendo will not be accepted. These items will be returned to the sender.
Funds Received by Mail
No funds received through the mail will be credited to an inmate’s account. If you wish to put money into an inmate’s account, you must use one of the following methods:
- Deposit cash or use a credit card in the Jail Lobby Kiosk
- Make a phone deposit by calling 866-345-1884
- Make an internet deposit using the website
Inmate E-mail and Photos
Family and friends are now able to send e-mails and pictures to inmates by setting up an account with www.accesscorrections.com or by calling 800-546-6283. There is a fee for this service. Once the account is set up, inmates can also send e-mails back to the account holder. E-mails and photos are reviewed by Jail Administration before they can be seen by the inmate. You will be notified if your e-mail or photo is rejected.