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History of DVI

DVI Contact Information

DVI Approved Vendors for Special Purchases & Quarterly Packages

What you can and cannot send to an inmate at DVI

DVI Visiting Information

DVI Family Visiting Information

Restaurants located near DVI

Hotels/Motels located near DVI

Driving Directions to DVI

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Deuel Vocational Institution - Mission Statement
The mission for Deuel Vocational Institution (DVI) is two-fold: DVI's primary mission is as a reception center for Northern California counties, and houses inmates who come to DVI primarily from 19 Northern California county jails. Staff process these inmates by compiling and evaluating the inmates' criminal records, life histories, medical and physiological histories, and social histories. The information is used to determine the inmates' custody score and to identify any specific placement needs the inmate may have. Once the reception process is completed, the inmate is transferred to one of the 33 State prisons where they serve the remainder of their prison sentence.
DVI's secondary mission is to provide general population housing to inmates who are serving their prison sentence at DVI. General population inmates provide support to DVI by working in maintenance jobs, food service jobs, janitorial jobs, as well as other jobs that serve in supporting the operation of the prison. Prison Industries Authority (PIA) assignments are also available to general population inmates. PIA assignment include jobs at DVI's dairy and in the furniture fabrication plant.
Institution Statistics
Deuel Vocational Institution was opened in 1953, and covers 783 acres. As of Fiscal Year 2004/2005, the following statistics apply:

Special Historical Notes
DVI was named for the late Senator Charles D. Deuel who sponsored legislation establishing the institution. The facility opened in 1953 and was expanded in 1959, 1981 and 1993.

Inmate Programs
  • PIA: Farm/dairy operation, furniture fabrication, mattress/bedding, upholstery.
  • Academic: Bridging Education Program.
  • Other: Youth Diversion, Religious, Arts in Corrections, Narcotics Anonymous, Alcoholics Anonymous.
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Address for general prison business
DVI {Attn- Warden, Visiting, Medical Services, etc}
P.O. Box 400
Tracy, CA 95378-0004



Address for writing to an inmate:

Inmate's name and CDC #
DVI
(Housing number)
P.O. Box 600
Tracy, CA 95378-0600

Address for sending an inmate money orders:

Inmate's name and CDC #
DVI
(Housing number)
P.O. Box 600
Tracy, CA 95378-0600

Address for sending an inmate books:

Inmate's name and CDC #
DVI
(Housing number)

When vendor ships via UPS or Federal Express
23500 Kasson Road
Tracy, CA 95376

When vendor ships through United States Postal Service
P.O. Box 600,
Tracy, CA, 95378-0600

***Please note that the books must be sent thru Amazon.com or Barnes and Noble....***


Main telephone number for DVI:

209-835-4141

Other important telephone numbers:

916-445-6713-Inmate locator

800-374-8474-Visiting hotline

Lead Ombudsman-Ken Hurdle

916-445-1748
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Here is a list of DVI approved vendors for Special Purchases and Quarterly Package:

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APPROVED INMATE PACKAGE VENDORS
Calendar Year 2010
(Revised 3/4/10)


APPROVED INMATE PACKAGE VENDORS
Calendar Year 2010



***This is the full CDCR list of approved vendors. Please note that one or more of the listed vendors may not be approved by this prison***

Approved Vendors

APPROVED INMATE PACKAGE VENDORS
Calendar Year 2010
(Revised 2/24/10)


Access Securepak
P. O. Box 50028
Sparks, NV 89435-0028
Ph: (800) 546-6283
www.californiaqp.com

Mikes Better Shoes
1252 Berlin-Haddonfield Road
Voorhees, NJ 08043
Ph: (800) 431-1911
www.mikesbettershoes.com

Music by Mail
129 31st Street
Brooklyn, NY 11232
Ph: (718) 369-6982

Packages R Us
2648 East Workman Ave. #424
West Covina, CA 91791
Ph: (866) 303-7787
www.packagesrus.com


Union Supply Direct
P.O. Box 7006
Rancho Dominguez, CA 90220-7006
Ph: (866) 404-8989
www.CaliforniaInmatePackage.com

The Inmate Store
P.O. Box 798
Pine Grove, CA 95665
Ph: (209) 257-4824
www.theinmatestore.com

The Vitamin Outlet
Fitness Systems Mfg. Corp.
P.O. Box 2073
Sinking Spring, PA 19608
Ph: (800) 822-9995

Walkenhorst’s
1774 Industrial Way
Napa CA 94558
Ph: (800) 660-9255
https://walkenhorsts.com

Yellow Ribbon Online
580 N. Beach Street
Fort Worth, TX 76111
Ph: (866) 959-7426
www.yellowribbononline.com

Amazon
www.amazon.com

Barnes & Noble
www.barnesandnoble.com


*** Cd's need to be ordered in a quarteryly package.***



***Magazines & Paperback Books can also be ordered however they must come directly from the vendor.

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Quarterly Packages:

The California Inmate Quarterly Package system allows you to send much-desired items to your incarcerated loved one. Each institution sets it’s own rules as to what items are allowed and prohibited and items vary by privilege groups. As a result, vendors therefore provide services to a limited amount of Facilities, Camps, CCF’s or the LA County Jail System. All Quarterly Packages are limited to a maximum weight of 30 Lbs. Nor can they exceed dimensions of 24” x 24” x 24”. All vendors list those institutions for which they provide goods and services and what privilege groups.

Special Packages:

Special Packages allow for the purchase of Electronics, Accessories, Musical Instruments, Under Garments and Clothing, Correspondence Courses, Legal Material and Faith Based Items. That would otherwise crowd a quarterly package beyond its allowed weight or dimensions. There is no limit to the amount of special packages allowed in a calendar year.


Inmate Quarterly Package, Yearly Quarters:

1st Quarter = January 1st - March 31st

2nd Quarter = April 1st - June 30th

3rd Quarter = July 1st - September 30th

4th Quarter = October 1st - December 31st

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Items you can send reception inmates:

40 Stamps
40 Envelopes
300 Sheets of loose leaf paper
2 Clear Bic Pens (black or blue ink only)
1 #2 pencil
3 colored pencils
Mail in Large Manila Envelope
no metal closure.

Twelve (12) Pictures

MAIL PROCEDURES

The correct mailing address for inmates is as follows:

Name and CDC Number
Cell or Wing Number, for example, E-117-U, WH-350-L
P.O. Box 600
Tracy CA 95378-0600

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For Money Orders and Legal Mail (ONLY)


Name and CDC Number
Cell or Wing Number, for example, E-117-U, WH-350-L
P.O. Box 20
Tracy CA 95378-0600

Funds may be mailed to
an inmate in the form of:
  • Money Order
  • Certified Check
  • Personal Check
  • Internet via "Jpay" Vendor (www.JPay.com)
NO CASH WILL BE ACCEPTED

Note: Money orders, certified checks and personal checks must be addressed to inmate and must include inmate's CDC Number.

Items you cannot send:

No Padded or Bubbled Envelopes.
No Stickers, Glitter, Felt, Glued or Taped on Items.
No Musical or Voice Recorded Cards.
No Trading (Including Juvenile Sports), Collector Cards or Posters.
No Negatives or Photo Slides.
No Hard Plastic, Identification, Credit, Laminated, Metal or Playing Cards.
No Lottery, Sweepstakes, Games of Chance Tickets or Discount Coupons.
No Jewelry or Homemade Items.
No Photo or Articles that meet the Criteria Set Forth in DVI Mailroom Procedures, Section F Paragraph 1, and [Pornographic Material], No Frontal Nudity. Refer To Title 15, Section 3006 for Additional Information.
No Picture Frames or Folders with Pictures.
No Photographs Depicting Gangs, Gang Related Hand Gestures, Weapons, Drugs, or Unlawful Activities.
No Hobby Craft Material, Including Erasers.
No Tattoo Patterns or Onion Skin Tattoo Paper, Including Photographs.
No Photocopied Material Which Infringes Upon or Circumvents Copyright Laws.
No Newspapers, Magazines or Books from Sources then Than in Section "P" of DVI Mailroom Procedures.
No Pages from Magazines or Books.
No Hair of any Kind.
No Bodily Fluids or Excretory Functions.
No Lipstick or Perfume.
No Mechanical or Retractable Pens Or Pencils
No Drawing, Art, Hobby Craft, Colored Pens/Pencils, Felt Pens, Pens with Rubber Grips, or Pencil Sharpeners.
No Typing, Laser, Construction, Hobby Craft or Car Stock Paper
No Photographs, Calendars or Greeting Cards Larger Than 8" By 10"
No Coded Messages or Any Other Item That May Be Deemed a Threat to the Safety or Security of the Institution.
No Food, Tobacco, Hygiene Products or Cash Money.
No Circumventing Procedures, any Letter or Items from other Parties/Individuals.


Items you cannot send a Reception Inmate:

No stickers of anything adhesive
No mechanical pencils
Colored Pens
Photos larger than 4 x 6
Musical Greeting Cards
Phone Calling Cards
Cash or Checks
Nothing with wires or metal
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Before you can visit an inmate, you will need to be approved. Your inmate must send you a visiting form (CDC 106). This form MUST be signed by your inmate before he sends it you you. Once you receive your visiting questionnaire, fill it out TRUTHFULLY and don't leave any questions blank. Then, once you are finished, send your completed questionnaire to your inmate. The mail room staff will retrieve your application and send it over to the visiting department.

The average wait for a response is 4-8 weeks, from the time your application is received by the visiting staff. In some cases, it takes longer than 8 weeks. I suggest calling the visiting department if your wait is longer than 8 weeks, and find out if your application has been received. They will NOT tell you if you have been approved or disapproved over the phone. It is the responsibility of the inmate to relay that information to you. If you are APPROVED, the inmate will be notified. If you are DISAPPROVED, the inmate will be notified AND you will be mailed a written response with details of the denial.

Reasons for DISAPPROVAL include (but are not limited to):

Lying on your application
Being a Convicted Felon (you must have prior written approval from the Warden)
Leaving Questions Blank
Having UNPAID tickets (of ANY kind)
Having Outstanding Warrants
Being on Active Parole/Probation (you will need prior approval from the Warden)

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You’re Approved!! It’s time to visit your inmate. Here’s what you need to know:


Visiting Days: Saturday, Sunday and designated holidays

Visiting Hours: 8:30 am to 3:30pm


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Here is some additional information (taken directly from the CDC Inmate Visiting Guidelines):

Visiting On Five Major Holidays

Each Institution shall have visiting scheduled on the following Holidays. The five major holidays may or
may not be on a regularly scheduled visiting day.

• New Year’s Day
• July 4 (Independence Day)
• Labor Day
• Thanksgiving Day
• Christmas Day

Visitor Questionnaire Process

The inmate should sign a Visitor Questionnaire (CDC Form 106) and send it to family members and
friends to visit. All adult visitors must complete the questionnaire and return it to the Visiting Sergeant by
mail. The Visiting staff must approve the questionnaire before the person may visit. This should take
approximately 30 working days. The CDC Form 106 must be filled out completely and accurately.
Failure to provide all requested information might result in the request being either denied or delayed.

Adult Visitors

The inmate will let each visitor know that they are approved. Any visitor approved at one institution shall
be approved to visit the same inmate upon transfer to another institution. A visitor may be required to
update the Visitor Questionnaire after 24 months.

Acceptable Identification

• A valid state driver's license with picture (not laminated).
• A valid state Department of Motor Vehicles Identification Card with picture (not laminated).
• A valid Armed Forces Identification Card with picture.
• Identification Card issued by the United States Department of Justice Immigration and
Naturalization Services with picture.
• Picture Passport.
• Picture identification Matricula Consular De Alta Seguridad (MCAS) issued by the
Mexican Consulate.

Visitor Attire

It is recommended that visitors dress conservatively and with the following guidelines in mind.
Inappropriate attire will be reason to deny a visit. Any alteration to clothing once a visitor is inside the
visiting area will be grounds for terminating the visit.

Prohibited Attire

• Clothing which, in any combination of shades or types of material/fabric, resembles California
State-issued inmate clothing, blue denim or chambray shirts and blue denim pants.
• Clothing that resembles law enforcement or military-type clothing, including rain gear.
• Hats, wigs or hairpieces (except with prior written approval of the Visiting Sergeant).
• Clothing that exposes the breast/chest area, genital area, or buttocks.
• Dresses, skirts, pants, and shorts exposing more than two inches above the knee, including slits
when standing.
• Sheer or transparent garments.
• Strapless or "spaghetti” strap tops.
• Clothing exposing the midriff area.
• Clothing or accessories displaying obscene or offensive language or drawings.
• Brassieres with metal underwires or any other detectable metal are not permitted.

Allowable items:

• Identification Card.
• One Handkerchief, no bandannas.
• Tissue Pack, unopened.
• Clear Change Purse.
• $30 Per Adult and $10.00 Per Minor Visitor, in Coin or One Dollar Bills Only.
• Comb or Brush.
• Two Keys On A Ring with No Attachments.
• 10 Photographs.
• Indian Medicine Bag, upon inspection and approval.
• Two small (less than 12 inches in length) solid toys.
• One Infant Carrier.
• Six Disposable Diapers.
• Factory-Sealed Baby Wipes.
• Two Transparent Plastic Baby Bottles of Pre-Mixed Formula/Milk/Juice Per Baby.
• One Transparent Pacifier.
• Three Jars of Factory Sealed Baby Food and One Plastic Baby Spoon.
• One Single-Layer Baby Blanket.
• One Transparent Diaper Bag.
• One Change of Baby Clothing.
• One Single-Layer Burp Cloth.

Visitors may retain only life-sustaining, condition-stabilizing medication with the prescribing
physician's written statement of its immediate need, and only in the physician's prescribed amount
immediately required to sustain or stabilize the condition during the visit. The physician’s written
statement shall include the physician’s medical license number, address, and phone number.

All medication shall be in its original pharmacy container with the patient's name, pharmacy, name of
medication, prescribed dosage, and the physician's name indicated on the container's label.
Nonprescription medicine is not permitted.

Prohibited Items

• All tobacco and tobacco products.
• Food. All refreshments are to be purchased from the vending machines located in the visiting
room, except Camps and Ranches.
• Chewing gum.
• Purses.
• Cameras.
• Pagers.
• Cell phones.
• Writing materials or books, unless approved prior to entering the Visiting Room.

Visiting Room Procedures

Each visitor and inmate is responsible for his or her own conduct while visiting. Violation of the rules
and regulations may result in termination, restriction, suspension, or denial of visits. Additionally,
disciplinary action may be taken against the inmate. An inmate and his/her visitor(s) are allowed to
briefly embrace and kiss at the beginning and end of their visit. An inmate may hold his or her minor
children. Inmates may also hold minor children accompanied by an adult. Children are to remain
under the direct supervision and control of the visiting parent or guardian at all times. Holding hands
on top of the table in plain view is permitted, with no other physical contact. Excessive contact,
(kissing, massaging, stroking, and sitting with legs intertwined or sitting on laps) could result in
termination of the visit. Nursing mothers shall be discreet and covered when breast-feeding their baby
in the visiting area. Failure to do so may result in termination of visiting for that day. Inmates cannot
receive any items, gifts, money, jewelry, or documents during a visit. However, the adult visitor may
ask for a pencil and notebook paper as needed. Smoking is not allowed in the visiting rooms or
outside patios in the institutions at any time.
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Some prisons are different but here is some info that pertains to most California Prisons:

The visitor(s) shall adhere to all institutional procedures and departmental regulations while on institutions grounds. Participation in the Family Visiting Program is restricted to immediate family members, unless a legal foster relationship exists. Immediate family members are defined as legal spouse of the inmate and the inmate's legal stepchildren.

Required Documentation Needed for Each Family Visit:

Proof of marriage shall be established by the inmate’s assigned Correctional Counselor prior to family visit being approved. A certified marriage certificate shall be required and presented to the Family Visiting Officer prior to each visit. A marriage certificate is required for both stepparents and the inmate’s wife. No Photostat copies will be accepted.

You must bring positive identification showing a photo for every visitor 18 years of age or over. Positive valid identification shall be one of the following. Drivers license, DMV Identification Card, passport, USINS card, military I.D. or other piece of governmental identification. The inmate's brother, sister, children and grandchildren (minors and adults) must present birth certificates prior to each family visit. Grandparents must bring verification of relationship prior to the family visit. This can be done presenting the inmate's birth certificate and the inmate's parent's certified birth certificate (the grandparent's child) to show family lineage. An inmate’s minor children visiting without their natural mother, must be accompanied by an approved adult visitor. Who must present a written notarized approval from the minor child's natural parent or legal guardian.

All certificates must be obtained through the county recorder's office and must be embossed or have inked county seat.


Authorized Property for Family Visits:

Visitors are authorized to possess the following items while participating in the family visiting program:

* One bag of clothing per visitor in paper, plastic or canvas duffel type bags. No suitcases are permitted.

* Soft bound books and magazines only (not to exceed ten)

* The visitor must provide washcloths and dishtowels. Bath towels will be provided by the institution.

Visitors with Children:

Disposable diapers only, baby powder, baby food, and formula may be brought into the institution in factory-sealed containers only. Children's toys shall be simple games, coloring books, colored or regular pencils, or crayons. Only searchable toys will be allowed in.

Food for Family Visits:

The inmate, through the institution, purchases all of the food for the family visits. All food items not consumed on the visit must be taken home with the visitor or disposed of in an approved manner. Nothing may be taken back into the institution by the inmate.

Special Note: Only prescribed medication will be allowed. All medication must be accompanied by the current prescription and is subject to prior approval by the Chief medical Officer (CMO). A letter from your doctor listing your medication must be returned with your confirmation. Any person(s) visiting the California Men’s Colony (CMC), on a family visit, who needs narcotic medication, or life sustaining medication(s) or life sustaining apparatus, must have prior approval to participate in the family visiting program. Approval can be obtained by having your physician submit a letter to the CMO or CMC to explain the extent of your medical problem and be in approval of your overnight visit to the prison. Failure to have prior written approval will result in your visit being denied upon arrival at the institution.



A REMINDER: IT IS ILLEGAL TO BRING WEAPONS, AMMUNITION, TEARGAS, ALCOHOL, CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES OR NARCOTICS INTO A PENAL INSTITUTION. NO SMOKING ALLOWED.

Clothing:

The same dress code applies for family visitors as regular visitors when entering and exiting the institution. Undergarments must be gender specific.

The following items are NOT allowed:
Clothing for inmates, garment bags, or hangers, blue denim jeans or jackets (male or female), sweats or jogging suits.

Cosmetics and basic hygiene:

The following cosmetic items listed are limited in quantity as to what is necessary for the duration of the visit. All items must be able to be searched with a limit of (5)

1. Makeup foundation 2. Blush 3. Eyeliner 4. Mascara 5. Lipstick

A spouse shall be permitted to bring into the institution a maximum of (10) commercially sealed condoms. All unused condoms shall be retained in their sealed containers and taken out of the institution by the visiting spouse. Under no circumstances shall an inmate be permitted to possess condoms outside of the family visiting quarters.

***NO ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES AND NO AEROSOL CONTAINERS***

The following items must be factory sealed or in clear containers with clear contents (one of each) and must not contain alcohol and cannot be flammable:

1. Shampoo 2. Conditioner 3. Facial Cleanser 4. Toothpaste 5. Toothbrush 6. Bath Soap 7. Deodorant 8. Feminine hygiene 9. Lotion

All the items listed above depict those items that are authorized. Any items not listed above shall be considered unauthorized and will not be admitted into the institution.

CONFIRMATION

ALL PAPERWORK MUST BE RECEIVED BY THE FAMILY VISITING COORDINATOR AT LEAST 21 DAYS PRIOR TO THE VISIT. PLEASE NOTE: WE WILL ONLY ACCEPT CASHIER'S CHECKS OR MONEY ORDERS. ALL FUNDS SUBMITTED FOR FAMILY VISITS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE. MAKE CHECKS OR MONEY ORDERS PAYABLE TO THE INMATE.
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Hotels/Motels located near DVI:



Rooms From
$61.99
Best Western Luxury Inn
811 Clover Road
Tracy, CA USA 95376
1.7 Miles From Tracy's Center
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$74.99
Fairfield Inn By Marriott Tracy/Stockton
2410 Naglee Road
Tracy, CA USA 95376
2.2 Miles From Tracy's Center
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$89.00
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Tracy, Ca
3751 N. Tracy Blvd.
Tracy, CA USA 95376
1.8 Miles From Tracy's Center
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$76.49
Best Western Executive Inn & Suites
1415 East Yosemite Avenue
Manteca, CA USA 95336
13.7 Miles From Tracy's Center
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$85.00
Comfort Inn Lathrop
14730 South Harlen Rd
Lathrop, CA USA 95330
10.1 Miles From Tracy's Center
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Comfort Inn Manteca
1920 E. Yosemite Ave.
Manteca, CA USA 95336
14.1 Miles From Tracy's Center
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Best Western Vineyard Inn
7600 Southfront Road
Livermore, CA USA 94551-8227
14.8 Miles From Tracy's Center
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Holiday Inn Express Lathrop (Stockton Area), Ca
16855 Old Harlan Rd.
Lathrop, CA USA 95330
9.0 Miles From Tracy's Center
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Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Manteca, Ca
179 Commmerce Ave.
Manteca, CA USA 95336
13.7 Miles From Tracy's Center
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Lathrop Days Inn
14750 South Harlen Rd.
Lathrop, CA USA 95330
10.2 Miles From Tracy's Center
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Restaurants located near DVI:

Fabio's Italian Restaurant

(209) 836-2012
88 W 10th St
Tracy, CA 95376

Opera House Restaurant & Brewery

(209) 832-9700
902 Central Ave
Tracy, CA 95376

LA Villa Mexican Restaurant

(209) 832-5032
57 E 11th St
Tracy, CA 95376

Carl's Jr

(209) 836-2400
1963 N Tracy Blvd
Tracy, CA 95376

Pizza Hut

(209) 832-5100
720 W 11th St
Tracy, CA 95376

McDonald's

(209) 835-2946
1820 W 11th St
Tracy, CA 95376

The Great Plate Bar & Grill

(209) 833-0862
714 Central Ave
Tracy, CA 95376

Perko's Cafe

(209) 832-4675
1321 W 11th St
Tracy, CA 95376

Quiznos Sub

(209) 833-6555
1867 W 11th St
Tracy, CA 95376

Subway Sandwiches & Salads

(209) 836-1669
1986 W 11th St
Tracy, CA 95376

Taco Bell

(209) 835-9861
915 S Tracy Blvd
Tracy, CA 95376
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Driving Directions to DVI:
From Sacramento:
Option 1:
  • Take I-5 South for approx 62.3 miles
  • Take the Kasson Road exit
  • Turn left (east) over the over pass onto Kasson Road
  • Turn left onto the entrance road, immediately after going over the railroad tracks
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Option 2:
  • Take Highway 99 South for approx. 47 miles
  • Merge onto CA-4, toward 1-5/Downtown Stockton/San Francisco
  • Merge onto I-5 South toward San Francisco/Los Angeles
  • Continue for approx. 16 miles;
  • Take the Kasson Road exit
  • Turn left (east) over the overpass onto Kasson Road
  • Turn left onto the entrance road immediately after going over the railroad tracks
From San Francisco:
  • Take I-580 East for approx. 46 miles
  • Merge onto I-205 East; continue for approx. 9 miles
  • Take the Mac Arthur Drive exit
  • Turn right (south) onto Mac Arthur Drive; continue for approx. 67 miles
  • Turn left (east) onto Grant Line Road, continue approx. 5 miles
  • Grant Line Road will turn into Kasson Road
  • Continue on Kasson Road (approx. 1 mile) over the overpass
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