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ASAP Bail Bonds has been serving Denver County for years and built a reputation as the best in the business.

We have the knowledge, experience, and professional network that other agencies cannot match. ASAP Bail Bonds has a local agent for you that is stationed in Denver and is waiting to answer your call 24/7. Day or night we will answer and start processing your bail bond on the first call. Being located so close to the Denver County jail and having the experience we do means you get the fastest release possible at the cheapest price. We beat every single one of our competitors rates regardless of bond size. Give us a call today to speak with your personal bail agent.

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Denver County Jail Info

Denver County Detention Center
(720) 913-3600
10500 E. Smith Road, Denver, CO 80239
Visiting Hours: Call 720-913-3791 for reservations.

Why We Are the Bail Bondsman Denver County Trusts

ASAP Bail Bonds has been the most trusted bail bond company in Colorado for years.

We operate 24/7 and so communication is direct and immediate. This gives us a transparency that other bail bond companies cannot match. Our bail agents are local and connected to their communities. It is our mission to serve the good people of Denver County with service in tough situations. Our services are personalized for you and offer financial freedom, stress reduction and the lowest rates in the state. Give us a call today to get your bail bond process started.


This is the most populated municipality in the State of Colorado.

It is also the seat of Denver County, which we shall learn more about here. Denver can also be termed as a consolidated municipality and the city-county of Colorado. It was named after James W Denver who was a governor of the territory of Kansas. This city and county are also referred by its nickname-The Mile High City due to the fact that it is 1-mile elevation or 1603.3M or 5280 feet above sea level.

With an estimated population of 716, 492 people as of 2018, this city is ranked as the 19th most populated in the United States. This was an increase of 19.38%, making Denver one of the fastest-growing cities of the United States.

Here are some of the other things you need to know about Denver:


Denver has the northern areas as well as the southern and the west as being hilly and the city center consists of plains. The total area of the county, according to the US Census Bureau, is 155 square miles. 1.6 square miles of this is water, whereas the remainder, 153 square miles, is landmass. 

Bordering counties:

Denver is surrounded by Adams County to the east and north, Jefferson County-to the west and Arapahoe to the east and the south. 


 Based on the Census of 2010 the county and city of Denver had a population of 600,158 inhabitants, making it one of the most populous cities in the United States. The county had 285, 797 households, with a density of 3,698 people for every square mile. 

Racial composition

  • White: 68.9% 
  • Hispanic or Latino (of any race): 31.8%; 
  • Mexican Americans made up 24.9% 
  • Black or African American: 10.2%
  • Asian: 3.4% 
  • (0.8% Vietnamese, 
  • 0.6% Chinese, 
  • 0.5% Indian, 
  • 0.3% Korean, 
  • 0.3% Japanese, 
  • 0.3% Filipino, 
  • 0.2% Burmese, 
  • 0.1% Cambodian
  • Native American: 1.4%
  • Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander: 0.1%
  • Some other race: 9.2%
  • Two or more races: 4.1%