Details of the Millard County JailThe Millard County Jail is located at 765 South Highway 99 in Fillmore, and may be reached by phone at (435) 743-5585.
Fillmore is a city of approximately 2,250 people and is located between Salt Lake City and St. George. The city is located at the foot of the Pahvant Mountain Range.
Posting BondBond may be posted in person at the jail, but only cash is accepted (no credit or debit cards, cashier’s checks, money orders or personal checks). Bond may also be posted through a reputable bail bonding company.
Depositing Money into an Inmate AccountFamily and friends may make cash deposits into an inmate’s commissary account while in person at the jail.
Writing an InmateLetters should be sent in plain envelopes which are free of decoration, stickers, lipstick marks, etc. A full and complete return address must be listed on the outside of the envelope.
Letters should be addressed to the inmate, using their full name and if possible, inmate ID number, and sent to:
765 South Highway 99
Fillmore, Utah 84631
No religious items, food, medicine, greeting cards, pens, pencils, markers, newspapers, envelopes, stamps, stickers, packages or cash will be accepted.
Visiting an InmateVisiting hours are from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursdays and 1 to 4 p.m. on Sundays. Visits are limited to 20 minutes, and no more than 2 visitors may visit an inmate at a time.
All visitors 16 and older must have a government-issued photo ID and are subject to search. Cameras, cell phones and recording devices are not permitted in the visiting area. Visitors must be dressed appropriately, which means they may not wear any clothing that exposes their breasts, buttocks or genitals, and they may not wear clothing that has obscene logos or images.
Children under the age of 12 may only visit during the Sunday visiting period and must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Special arrangements may be made for visitors traveling more than 100 miles. The inmate needs to request the visit in writing, notifying the facility of who will be coming, their relationship to the inmate, where they are traveling from and the date and time of the requested visit.
Anyone who has been incarcerated within the Millard County Jail in the previous year, other than immediate family, may not visit.
Inmate Phone SystemInmates have access to telephones in their housing areas, but may not receive incoming phone calls.
Family and friends may set up an account in order to be able to receive calls from the jail. Advance Pay accounts are set up by the individual receiving the calls. To set up an Advance Pay account, the individual should call Securus at 1-800-844-6591 for instructions.
Once an account is set up, the inmate may dial the phone numbers specified on the account, and the recipient must then accept the call by following the system’s automated instructions. The cost of the call is then deducted from the account balance.
Phone calls may last up to 15 minutes each. Any attempt to transfer, forward or conference the call will disconnect the call.