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Cowlitz County Information
The county had a recorded population of 102,410 according to the census in 2010 and the county seat is Kelso. The county was first formed in 1854 and the total area is 1,166 square miles The County’s name was derived from the Cowlitz Indian term, Cow-e-liske which means “river of shifting sands.” The departments in the county office that look after its citizens are district court, emergency management, Sheriff’ auditor, and court.
The Sheriff’s name is Mark S. Nelson and the address of his office is 312 SW 1st Avenue Kelso, WA 98626
The phone number to call is 360-423-1047
The divisions in the Sheriff’s office are emergency management, investigations, K9 teams, records, and registered sex offenders. Aside from keeping the county safe, the office is also responsible for other things. They handle the concealed pistol license paperwork, sex offender registry, county residents fingerprinting, and process civil papers for service.
The district court is located at 312 SW 1st Avenue, Room 207 Kelso, WA 98626 and the phone number is 360-577-3073
The district court clerks cannot give any legal advice. This covers what you can say in court, civil forms filing, what to plea during a charge, or change any order that comes from a judge.
The court gives hearing to criminal, traffic infraction, civil, and miscellaneous cases from the county Sheriff, human society, prosecuting attorney, department of natural resources, and state department of fish and wildlife.
1935 1st Avenue Longview, WA 98632
The phone number is 360-577-3094
The visitation times are: Tuesday 9 am to 10 am and Thursday 12 pm to 1 pm, Sunday 12 pm to 3 pm, Monday 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm, Tuesday 9 am to 12 noon, Wednesday 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm, Thursday 12 pm to 3 pm, Friday 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm, and Saturday 9 am to 12 noon.
|Cowlitz City Jail Statistics|
|Number of Persons Confined||248|
|Avg Daily Population||251|
|Name of new facility||new jail|
|Full time payroll||68|
|Full time total employees||68|
|Total salaries and wages||2666875|
|Other operating expenditures||1029726|
|Total construction costs||not applicable|
|Equipment, furnishings, etc||not applicable|
|Year of original construction||not applicable|
|Year of major renovation||not applicable|
|Name of new facility||not applicable|
Address: 312 S.W. 1ST AVENUE KELSO WA 98626
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The Cowlitz County Sheriff's business office will be closed all day on July 5th in celebration of Independence Day. Deputies will still be patrolling as usual and 911 dispatch will still take emergency and non-emergency reports. Have a safe and happy holiday! https://t.co/bINDkVnoQo
There seems to be a misconception among those who drive and ride in pickup trucks that their larger vehicles will protect them better than other vehicle types would in a crash.
Regardless of vehicle type, seat belt use is the single most effective way to stay alive in a crash. https://t.co/BLs2Tn3fwv
The Cowlitz County Sheriff's Office business office will be closed all day on May 31st for Memorial Day. Deputies will still be patrolling as usual and 911 dispatch will still take emergency and non-emergency reports. https://t.co/SWw0DMPOjF
High-visibility seat belt enforcement is important 24 hours a day, but nighttime is especially deadly for unbuckled occupants. In 2019, 55% of passenger vehicle occupants killed at night (6 p.m.–5:59 a.m.) were not wearing their seat belts. https://t.co/5ZM0cfB0DS
According to NHTSA, in 2019, there were 9,466 unbuckled passenger vehicle occupants killed in crashes in the United States. In that same year, 55% of passenger vehicle occupants killed at night (6 p.m.–5:59 a.m.) were not wearing their seat belts.
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