The Napa County Department of Corrections is an 81,624 square foot facility that has jurisdiction over the Napa County Jail facility. The facility houses both pre-sentenced and sentenced inmates. The Department of Corrections is responsible for the coordination of all programs and services related to the institutional care, treatment and rehabilitation of inmates. The facility has completed repairs to the older section of the jail's inmate housing area and is still undergoing various capital improvement projects that were delayed due to the earthquake.
2200 Napa-Vallejo Hwy, Napa, CA 94558
Napa County Department of Corrections is constructing a 72-Bed, 20,962 square foot Re-entry Facility (State of California Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) Type IV). This minimum custody correctional facility will provide an environment that fosters cognitive behavioral change and allow individuals to build a foundation for transition back into the community. The County received a conditional funding award of $13 million through SB1022 for the design and construction of the new facility. As the first project of a multi-phased, master planned relocation of Napa County’s Main Jail, the project includes bringing new utility infrastructure from offsite to support the new facility and the future build-out of the new jail.