Originated in 1838, Calhoun County is currently a county located in the panhandle of Florida. Its county seat is Blountstown. As of the 2018 census, its population was 14,587 making it one of the least populous counties in Florida.

The city of Blountstown offers its citizens a peaceful, rural lifestyle, while being in close proximity to larger cities, such as Panama City, Tallahassee, and the Alabama and Georgia state lines.

Calhoun County Courthouse

The Calhoun County Courthouse is located at 20859 Central Avenue E, Room 130 in Blountstown, Florida. Carla A. Hand is the current Clerk of Court and can be reached at [email protected]

You can find more information on the Calhoun County Courthouse at this website, including paying fines and court cases. The hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

Calhoun County Schools

Calhoun County has three elementary schools, three middle schools, and two high schools. The Calhoun County School District is committed to excellence, and their mission is “ensuring that each student achieves his or her highest potential in a global society.” You can find out more about Calhoun County Schools on their website.

Calhoun County Parks and Recreation

Calhoun County, Florida is known for its many parks and recreation opportunities. Some of its best parks are Chipola Estates Landing which is on the Chipola River and the Blountstown Greenway Trail. To find out more about parks and recreation in Calhoun County, Florida, you can call (850) 674-5353.

Calhoun County Jail, Florida

Calhoun County Jail is a medium security detention center located in Blountstown, Florida. This jail is run by the Calhoun Sheriff’s Department and houses adult inmates who are awaiting trial or sentencing.

Glenn Kimbrel is the current Sheriff of Calhoun County, and he can be reached at [email protected]. The current jail administrator is Lt. Trevor Ramos, and he can be reached at [email protected].

Every year, Calhoun County Jail has approximately 1000 bookings, with a daily average of 50 inmates. Inmates at Calhoun County Jail are given three meals a day, medical care, recreation time each day, and programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous.

Inmate Search

The Calhoun County Jail roster is located here. This PDF is uploaded daily as new arrests are detained. Information about each inmate such as their arrest date and their charges can be found here. Each inmate listing also includes his or her mugshot.

Inmate Mail

All inmates at Calhoun County Jail can send and receive mail. To send mail to an inmate, use the following address:

Calhoun County Jail

Inmate name, ID number

20776 Central Avenue, East

Blountstown, FL 32424

All mail sent to an inmate at Calhoun County Jail must include the sender’s full and mailing address. Failure to include your mailing address will result in mail NOT being delivered.

Books and magazines may be sent to an inmate at Calhoun County Jail, but they must be sent directly from the publisher.

If you have any questions about inmate mail, you can call Calhoun County Jail at 850-674-5049.

Inmate Phone

Inmates may make collect calls to friends and family, but they may not receive calls. Recipients of the collect calls made from Calhoun County Jail are responsible for paying for the phone calls. All calls are monitored by Calhoun County Jail staff.

Inmate Visitation

Anyone wanting to visit an inmate at Calhoun County Jail must fill out an application, and applications may take up to 30 days for processing.

Inmate visitation hours are Monday through Friday 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM and Saturday and Sunday from 7:30 AM to 2:30 PM.

One 30-minute visit every day is permitted for every inmate in good standing. The visit can include 2 adults and 2 children under the age of 17. All children are required to stay with their legal guardian during the visit.

Inmates at Calhoun County Jail cannot have more than 3 visits per calendar week. Law enforcement, attorney or professional visits are exceptions to this rule.

Visitors should dress appropriately and not bring in cell phones during visitation. All visitations are overseen by Calhoun County Jail staff, and they have the right to refuse any visitors if rules are broken.