Brooks County Jail View

The Brooks County Jail is a historic building in Quitman, Georgia. It was built in 1884 and served as Brooks County's only jail until 1980.It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. It is located at 200 South Madison Street.The jail was built in 1884 by contractor Simeon A. Remington to replace an uninsured wooden 1867 jail which "burned to the ground" on June 17, 1880. It was built to be fireproof and cost $3,870 for the building plus $2,000 for its free-standing two-story steel cells. The jail "was considered 'one of the best in the state,' and housed prisoners until 1980 when it no longer met state fire and criminal justice codes. It was a site of executions.A 1981 review asserted that the building is architecturally significant as "the county's prime example of Romanesque style architecture..

Brooks County Jail Contact Details

Address: 1003 HOLLOWAY DRIVE, Brooks, GA
City: QUITMAN
Zip: 31643
Phone 1: 229-263-7558
Type: County Jail

Mailing to Brooks County Jail Inmates and Staff

Inmate Visiting Days and Hours

Day of Week Hours
Monday 8am to 5pm
Tuesday 8am to 5pm
Wednesday 8am to 5pm
Thursday 8am to 5pm
Friday 8am to 5pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Holiday Closed