INMATE PERSONAL MAIL DELIVERY CHANGE
Effective May 1, 2022, inmates will no longer have physical access to personal mail sent to them at the Snohomish County Jail. All personal mail (cards, letters, drawings, pictures, etc.) received for inmates will be scanned and digitally delivered to them via computer tablet. After the mail has been scanned, the original mail will be destroyed. Effective May 1, 2022, all personal mail for inmates must be sent to the following address:
Snohomish County Corrections Bureau
Inmate Name, S#________ (7-digit inmate subject number found in the Jail Register)
PO Box 2966 PMB 35803
San Antonio, TX 78299-2966
IMPORTANT - Subject #’s are scanned by a machine. If the machine can’t determine the subject #, your mail will NOT be delivered. Please write clearly to ensure your mail can be processed.
Personal inmate mail sent to the jail’s physical street address after May 1, 2022, will be returned to the sender. This change only applies to personal mail sent to inmates and does not include attorney-client privileged (legal) mail, or book and magazine orders, which should continue to be mailed directly to the facility at:
Inmate Name & Subject Number
c/o Snohomish County Corrections
3025 Oakes Ave.
Everett, WA 98201
Inmate Personal Mail
All inmate mail must be sent through the U.S. Postal Service (or other postal carrier such as UPS or FedEx). Inmate mail may not be dropped off at the jail by family or friends nor will mail be accepted at the facility overnight via express mail from any of the above carriers. Greeting cards may be sent but must not have items glued or otherwise attached to them (such as ribbons, plastic, glitter, music chips, etc.). Photos may be sent but may not exceed 4-by-6-inches in size. No Polaroid or pornographic photos are allowed. Please DO NOT send money to an inmate using personal mail. Please visit our Inmate Accounts & Commissary webpage for information on depositing money in an inmate’s account.
Care packages for inmates are not accepted through the mail or by direct delivery to the jail. Family and friends may order hygiene items, underwear and writing supplies for an inmate through Access Securepak online. Please visit the Inmate Accounts & Commissary webpage for more information.
Books and Magazines
Books and magazines may be sent to inmates only if they are sent from a publisher, warehouse retailer, or online book seller. Books and magazines purchased and sent from a private bookseller or local retail store will not be accepted. All books must be paperback. Books and magazines may be denied by administration if found to contain nudity, sexual, or violent content. Please have books and magazines for inmates sent to the 3025 Oakes Ave address above.
Attorney-Client Privileged (Legal) Mail
Legal mail should be addressed to the inmate and sent directly to 3025 Oakes Ave., Everett, WA 98201. Do not send legal mail to the new address for personal inmate mail.