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Grant County Jail-Main
35 C St NW
Ephrata, WA 98823
509-754-2011 Ext. 2485
Visitation week begins on
Sign-ups begin at 2:00 PM
Last round sign-up is at 8:20
Grant County Work Release
Division Ave East
Ephrata, WA 98823
Visitation sessions are 30 minutes.
You must be signed up 10 minutes
before the hour or 20 minutes after the hour.
Visitors are allowed one visit per
Please be present 10 minutes before
If you are late for your visitation
time, you will not be allowed to enter.
Identification is required to visit.
You must bring valid government issued photo
identification; Driver’s license, military ID,
Indian Tribal ID, state or federal agency ID or
passport. Photocopies are not acceptable.
Children may not be left unattended
Visitation slips must be completely
filled out for all persons age 12 and over.
You may not visit if you have been
released from custody in the last 6 months, unless
you are an immediate family member.
You may not visit if you are a victim
or witness in the case or if you have an active No
Contact Order with the inmate.
Anyone under 18 years of age must be
accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Proof of
guardianship is required.
Visitors will be denied if they have
been drinking, or have the appearance or smell of
If you leave visitation for any
reason, you may not come back in. Restroom breaks
are not permitted during visitation.
Children must be under direct
supervision and within sight of the parent/guardian
at all times. Rough-housing and horseplay is not
At the Main Jail facility, visitors
must form a line and pass through the metal detector
one at a time. It is recommended that you remove
all excess jewelry, studded belts or steel-toed
boots prior to attempting to enter. No person will
enter without being monitored by the visitation
clerk. If you have a medical reason for not going
through the metal detector, please notify the
visitation clerk. The door will not be opened until
all visitors have been cleared. At the Work Release
facility, all visitors will be cleared with a hand
held metal detector.
No food or drink in visitation.
(Exception made for baby bottle, diaper, and
There may be occasions when
visitation is canceled, (i.e. emergency within the
facility, staffing shortage, or changes in inmate
housing locations). The on-duty supervisor may
cancel visits, for individuals, or the facility as a
whole, without notice due to circumstances within
Inmates are allowed three (3) hours
of visits per week.
If you have active, extraditable
warrants, you will be booked into jail.
Maximum of 4 people per visit. Limit
of one child per visit with parent (included in 4
All visitors must wear appropriate
clothing including shoes and shirt.
No swimsuits, halter tops, low cut
blouses or crop tops are allowed.
No clothing with vulgar, sexually
explicit, drug or gang related slogans or emblems.
Clothing approval at discretion of
Anyone found to be exposing
themselves will be charged with indecent exposure
under RCW 9A.88.010 and booked into jail.
No weapons, lighters, or tobacco
No handbags, diaper bags, knapsacks,
fanny packs, or briefcases will be allowed in
visitation. You will be asked to secure your item(s)
outside of the building. (Limited lockers available
at Main Jail Facility only)
No cell phones, cameras or other
No strollers or baby carriers are
allowed in visitation, nor are they allowed to be
left unattended in the lobby area.
the above may cause the visit to be cancelled or
terminated and visiting privileges may be suspended at
discretion of staff.