Cedar Creek Corrections Center
12200 Bordeaux Road
PO Box 37
Littlerock, WA 98556-0037
Facility at a Glance
Visit the Friends and Family website for great information including how to prepare for visiting with children.
For for additional forms and details on how to apply for a visitor who is a minor, please review the Visiting With a Minor web page.
Visitor’s Application: Please fill out either the Online Application, or the Hard Copy Application not both. Submitting multiple visit applications for an individual visitor will cause a delay in processing.
Remember: check the visitation schedule online if you plan on visiting on a Friday. Sometimes Friday visits are cancelled because of special events that are hosted in the visitation room.
Educational and Offender Change programs:
Work and Vocational Programs:
The Community Partnership Program at Cedar Creek Corrections Center is involved in several community programs. Partnering with our local schools, businesses, and churches, we collaborate on several community projects each year. Staff have held food drives for our local food banks and helped by supporting local non–profits such as the Rochester ROOF program and an annual holiday Adopt–a–Family. Offenders, through their own fund raising events, have donated funds to ROOF, St. Jude’s Hospital, Littlerock School and the dog program for Veterans.
Cedar Creek provides community service crews that perform thousands of hours of work each year for local, county, non–profit and state agencies. The facility provides crew services to the Washington Corrections Center, that include wastewater treatment plant operation, recycling, motor pools, warehouse operations, general maintenance and construction projects.
Cedar Creek also collaborates with the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to provide work crews, under DNR’s supervision, that maintain trails and surrounding campgrounds of the Capital Forest, plus planting trees and fighting forest fires.
A part of the mission at Cedar Creek is to engage our staff members and offenders in our sustainability efforts. These efforts include gardening, composting, recycling, rainwater catchment and service dog training.
Through the Sustainability in Prisons Program (SPP) we partner with The Evergreen State College and the Department of Fish and Wildlife, we connect offenders with nature and teach them about environmental responsibility. We currently manage an Oregon Spotted Frog Hatchery and Reintegration Program and released 247 endangered Spotted Frogs in 2012, part of the 500 released in the last three years.
Another program through The Sustainability in Prisons Program is our model Beekeeping Program that is maintained by offenders. Our program teaches eco–friendly bee management practices utilizing current organic techniques. The offenders produce bee products such as honey that is used by the facility kitchen, lip balm and hand lotion.