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Williamson County Jail: Tips and Info


Williamson County Website has a page about visitation here. ALWAYS CHECK IF BEFORE GOING AS THEY MAY CHANGE RULES OR TIMES.

Inmate SO# and Housing Information:  (512) 943-1365

 You will need the inmates SO# to send emails, put money in commissary, etc.


  • Visitors over the age of 18 must provide a current, valid state issued ID
  • Visitation schedule is subject to change
  • Persons under the age of 14 must be accompanied by parent/guardian
  • Persons 15 -16 years old  must be accompanied by an adult
  • Visitors may bring in keys and ID ONLY
  • 2 visits per week, 1 per day, lasting 20 minutes

 Dress Code for Inmate Visitation

The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office says that it reserves the right to refuse visitation to any person they deem dressed inappropriately. Here are the guidelines but they can add others if they don’t like your clothes so choose your clothes with that in mind!

  • No sleeveless shirts or blouses
  • No see through material
  • All undergarments must be covered
  • Shorts and skirts should reach at least mid-thigh
  • No clothing depicting/promoting gang affiliation or obscenties


There are 30 minute visitations starting at 8:00 a.m. through 11 a.m. Then evening visitation is 5:30 through 6:30. Then there is a shift change and they start again 7:30 p.m. through 9:00 p.m. YOU NEED TO BE THERE 15 MINUTES AHEAD OF THE START OF VISITATION.

Visitation Days:

 Pods G, I, K, M, O, Q, S, U

Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday (You must pick two.).

Pods H, J, L, N, P, R, T, V

Monday, Wednesday or Sunday (You must pick two.)

Southside Visitation is not clear at this writing because it is being re-worked. Call (512) 943-1365 for information regarding anybody being housed there.

Mail to Inmates:

Click here for latest information from the county.

Letters to Inmates:

Click here for latest information from the county.

Legal mail, court documents, books, and publications can be sent to the facility directly at the address below:

Williamson County Jail
Inmate’s Last Name, First Name, Date of Birth (DOB)
P.O. Box 2119
Georgetown, TX 78627

Books to Inmates: 

  • Only paperback books
  • Must be ordered from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or from a store that mails directly to the jail.
  • No books that are sexual or suggestive or true crime.

Phone Calls:

 Your inmate can purchase a phone card from the Commissary for $12.00 and then the calls cost about $1.00 per minute (check on that). You can make a deposit at for an account with Securus.  You can also call them to set up an account. The number is (800) 844-6591. There is an account set up fee. Each call has a 3.95 connect fee and is .40 per minute.

Inmate Commissary Accounts:

You can bring nothing to your inmate, unless you are trying to bring something that the Infirmary has previously approved.

Your inmate must purchase from the Commissary.

Kiosk In Reception Area – You can deposit cash or from a MasterCard, Visa or Green Dot Money Pak through the kiosk. It will be deposited into your inmate’s trust fund within 24 hours. You will receive a receipt.

For Online Deposits Touch Pay is the company that has the kiosk I the lobby. You can create an account online to make deposits for your inmate or you can call their 866 phone number, which is, (866) 232-1899.  You will need the inmate’s name, SO # and the Facility Locater Number, which is 278626, they accept MasterCard, Visa or Green Dot Money Pak. The money is deposited into your inmate’s account within 24 hours.

Money Orders or Cashier’s Checks are accepted for the inmate’s trust fund account. Both are made payable to “Inmate Trust Fund”. The only way to deposit this way is through the mail. It must be addressed as follows:

Inmate Trust Fund

Inmate’s Last Name, First Name, Date-of-Birth (DOB)

P. O. Box 1939

Georgetown, TX 78627

Inmates are able to make their commissary orders on Tuesday and receive the order in the next day or two. They only get to order once a week! So plan ahead for them. Families must understand that the price of commissary products are quite a bit more expensive than they are on the outside.

Even so, these commissary accounts are very important to the inmates. It impacts their day-to-day state of mind and overall well being.  Do NOT underestimate the importance of funds deposited into an inmate’s account and how it impacts his/her well being. Not only does it have a psychological factor, but these guys help each other out, take care of each other, barter, etc. with commissary products.


Make sure that the Infirmary has your inmate’s meds. They will monitor and refill the meds.

Your inmate can request, from the infirmary, a medical consent form so that the infirmary can discuss the inmate’s situation with you. They will not talk to you about it otherwise, because of HIPPA laws.

You can reach the Infirmary by calling (512) 943-1365.

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