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La Vista Correctional Facility

La Vista Correctional Facility

1401 W. 17th Street Pueblo, Colorado 81003

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La Vista Correctional Facility Visiting Information:

This change is effective 11/18/11.
Friday- Female offender Visiting 8:00-11:00
Friday – Male offender Visiting 12:30-3:30
Saturday- Male offender Visiting 8:00-11:00
Saturday- Female offender Visiting 12:30-3:30
Sunday- Female offender Visiting 8:00-11:00
Sunday- Female offender Visiting 12:30-3:30 (By appointment only)
Offenders on Restricted Privilege or Lost of Privilege Sanctions will not be allowed to visit Sunday afternoon session.
Monday- Female offender Visiting 8:00 - 11:00
nday afternoon visits for the LVCF female population are by appointment. Appointments can be made by contacting the visiting sergeant or assigned visiting officer @ 719-583-5914 to schedule an appointment Friday through Tuesday from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. An appointment can be made until 11:00 am of the Sunday the visit is expected to take place.
Make sure that you review the DOC Visiting Rules.
Before Visiting
Before you can visit an offender housed in a DOC facility you must fill out a Visiting Application.


No time limit unless space availability is limited.

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6 Responses to La Vista Correctional Facility

  1. Daniel Fleming December 13, 2012 at 10:01 pm #

    Hello, my name is Danny Fleming and I am trying to locate my wife Rhonda Donner #159185. I was under the impression she was to be released to a community corrections program. I had received a phone call about two weeks ago from her case manager from DWCF verifying my address here in the springs.I havent heard anything since and havent been able to send rhonda any monies to call me. If you can let me know if the community release plan is still an option. Im not sure if I should be home from work so as to meet with people from the program or what if anything I can do to assist in this plan..Thank you very much for your time…Sincerly Danny Fleming

    • PrisonPath December 14, 2012 at 1:27 pm #

      Hi Daniel,

      Your best bet is to contact the case manager again for this information. If he is not any help, try the prison chaplain.

  2. ANTHONY April 28, 2013 at 9:18 pm #


    • PrisonPath April 29, 2013 at 1:23 pm #

      Hi Anthony,

      Click this link..

  3. Jeffrey Durham June 3, 2013 at 7:04 am #

    Hello, I recently killed my CDOC number (in February). I have a friend whose confined at LVCF that I’d like to visit this summer. Am I going to be granted permission to visit her, being an ex-felon myself or is there a longer waiting period? Once again, I’m completely off paper. Thanks!


    • PrisonPath June 3, 2013 at 3:41 pm #

      Hi Jeffrey,

      Please note the following information–

      he Administrative Head is the assigned authority to approve, deny, or delete names of visitors on visiting lists. An offender’s visiting list shall be subject to the following restrictions:

      No person will be allowed to socially visit more than one (1) offender unless the person is a member of the immediate family of each offender being visited.
      Approval for a person to change from the visiting list of one offender to another offender will only be considered if the visitor applicant has been placed on inactive status with the original party for a period of at least one (1) year.
      Any person representing any potential health hazards to offenders, staff or other visitors will not be approved for visits, until the health hazard is cured (i.e., communicable disease). Staff medical practitioners will render final decisions in such matters.
      Any other person(s) who have become acquainted with an offender in any manner during the course of the offender’s incarceration WILL NOT be allowed to visit.
      Should the offender be transferred to a new facility, a new visitor application must be submitted to the new facility’s Administrative Head who may or may not approve the new request.
      Persons, including immediate family members, who are on active parole, probation or other forms of conditional release, e.g., community programs, furloughs from custody, etc., or who have a felony record within the past three (3) years, will not ordinarily be approved for visits.
      Any victim of the offender who wishes to visit the offender must submit such request in writing to the Administrative Head seeking authorization to visit. The Administrative Head will respond to the victim indicating the decision within thirty (30) days from the receipt of such letter.
      If it is determined that an individual is likely to have a detrimental effect on the offender, or present a security threat, he/she will not be approved for visits.

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