Inmate Mail

Inmates at the Coconino County Jail are able to send and receive mail.

Sending Mail to an Inmate

Send mail to:
[Full Name of Inmate]
C/O Coconino County Jail
951 E. Sawmill Rd.
Flagstaff, AZ 86001

  • Regular mail will be inspected by jail staff prior to being given to the inmate.
  • Newspapers, magazines, and books will not be accepted unless received through the USPS or other commercial carrier, from a publisher. This means that no literature will be accepted from a personal sender. All periodicals and books must be sent from a publisher directly. 
  • Inmates may have a subscription to periodicals. The inmates or the inmate’s family must set up the subscription and maintain it on their own. The jail will not help set up or maintain subscriptions.
  • All books and periodicals must have the inmate’s full name as it appears on their ID.
  • Packages containing anything other than books will be refused.

Unauthorized Material: 

  • Photographs or explicit drawing(s) of nude persons where sexual organs are exposed or any sex act is depicted are not allowed.
  • Depictions or descriptions of street gangs and/or Security Threat Groups (STG) and related gang/STG paraphernalia, including but not limited to codes, signs, symbols, photographs, drawings, pictures, training material and catalogs are not allowed.
  • Polaroid pictures are not allowed.
  • Illustrations and/or text which shows or describes the manufacture or fabrication of weapons such as guns, knives, or incendiary devices are not allowed.
  • Hardbound books are not allowed.
  • Any items which categorically can be expected to encourage violent or disruptive behavior by inmates in general are not allowed.
  • Envelopes and stamps are not allowed to be sent to an inmate. These items are available to inmates through commissary.
  • Perishable items are not allowed and will be disposed.
  • Other items not specifically listed also may be denied.