Pay to Stay inmates are housed separately from pre-sentenced inmates. However, you may be housed with other Pay to Stay inmates.
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Our program accepts most misdemeanor and some felony criminal convictions. Persons who have committed violent crimes, crimes against peace officers, sex crimes, or certain narcotic-related crimes may not meet eligibility for our program. For assistance with specific crimes, please contact the Alhambra Police Department Jail Supervisor at 626-570-5145.
You may serve your full sentence in our jail, but only (4) consecutive days in a row.
You may bring a change of underclothing for each day, softback book, magazines (non-pornographic), newspapers, shower shoes, prescription glasses, or contact lenses and solutions. If you are staying longer than two days consecutively, you may bring a change of clothes. No electronic devices are allowed, (i.e. cell phones, computers, radios, etc.). Also, no outside food, candy, gum, or tobacco products are allowed.
No. The Alhambra City Jail cannot accommodate persons who require medications. Therefore, persons requiring medications will not be eligible to participate in our program.
In our efforts to promote family ties and strengthen community relations between inmates and their families and friends, the Alhambra City Jail has established inmate visiting hours between 10 am to 5 pm, seven days a week.
Each day costs $100. There is also a $100 non-refundable application fee.
First, ask the court to allow you to serve your sentence in a city jail facility at the sentencing hearing. Next, ask for a Court Commitment Order that:
Lastly, contact the Alhambra City Jail Supervisor at 626-570-5145 and request a Pay to Stay application. Upon completion of the application, return it to the Alhambra Police Department with your $100 non-refundable application fee and a copy of your court commitment paperwork.