Pre-stamped post cards will be accepted as the only written communication to inmates incarcerated at the Muskegon County Jail. All other written communications (except those clearly marked as legal mail) will be returned to sender. Post cards containing postage stamps, stickers or other inappropriate materials, as determined by jail administration, will also be returned to sender. Mail is received Monday thru Friday only, no holidays. Post cards purchased at a store, or from the Post Office are acceptable. We will not accept anything other than an original post card.
Inmate Name Muskegon County Jail 980 Terrace Street Muskegon, MI 49440
*External packages shipped into the facility are not allowed and will be properly disposed of. They will not be returned to sender.
Contact an inmate by phone
Our phone service provider, Securus Technologies, offers a variety of payment options for inmate phone calls.
Contact an inmate by voicemail
Tired of waiting for a phone call to share important news or missing phone calls because your schedule changed? Wish you could communicate that directly to your incarcerated loved one? Now you can, communicate on your own terms with voicemail.
Select "Muskegon County Jail" and follow the voice prompts to leave a voicemail.
After you leave your voicemail, your incarcerated loved one will automatically be notified that they have a voicemail waiting.