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Bail Bond Agents in Eagle County, Colorado

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ASAP Bail Bonds Eagle County is unmatched in providing top rated bail bonds service.

Our local Eagle County bail agents have the highest quality training that other companies do not provide. Our bail bondsmen operate 24/7, 365 including holidays. This means that you can call us day or night and we will get your bond posted ASAP! We offer the lowest rates statewide and employ bondsmen who understand that no bail bond is the same. ASAP Bail Bonds agents are professional, local, and provide personalized service to you!

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Eagle County Jail Info

Eagle County Detention Center
(970) 328-8500
885 E Chambers Avenue, Eagle, Colorado 8163
Visiting Hours:
7:30 AM – 11:00 AM
1:30 PM – 4:30 PM
7:30 PM – 11:00 PM

Why We Are the Bail Bondsmen Eagle County Trusts

No other bail bond agency in Eagle County can match ASAP Bail Bonds.

Our agents are local and have been operating in the area for years. Their working relationship with the Eagle County Sheriff’s Department gives them the network to obtain information and post bail at an unprecedented speed. Our agents are in direct communication with you 24/7 so no one is ever left uninformed. We are the most trusted agency for our direct lines of communication, our focus on integrity as well offering the lowest rates and payment flexibility.


Of the 64 Colorado state counties, Eagle county is the seventh-highest county based on per capita income which stands at $36,753.

Eagle town is the county seat, and the county derives its name from Eagle River which is a tributary of River Colorado.


Eagle County was created in 1883 from a portion of Summit county. Originally, Red Cliff was the county seat till 1921 when Eagle town became the county seat. Gold and silver were mined in Ground Hog Mine in 1887, and some of the evidence is available at Harvard Mineralogical Museum.


Eagle County covers an area of 1,692sqm with a population of 52,197, according to the US census bureau. Its highest point is Mount of the Holy Cross, and the lowest is the surface beneath the Colorado River. Most of Eagle County land is public land under the Bureau of Land management and White River National Forest. Major rivers in the county are Eagle River, Gore Creek, Fryingpan River, and roaring fork river, and most of them are tributaries of the Colorado River.

Neighboring counties

  • Garfield county—west
  • Summit county -east
  • Grand County-Northeast
  • Lake County South
  • Routt County Northwest
  • Pitkin County -Southwest


The population density of Eagle County is 25sqm with a per capita income of $32,011, and at least 7.8% of the population living below the poverty line. Due to high education, good medical care, and physical fitness which has helped to lower obesity rates, life expectancy in this county is 87.6 for women, and 84.4 for men, the third-highest life expectancy rate in the US after summit and Pitkin counties respectively.

Racial makeup statistics

  • White- 85.35%
  • Native American- 0.71%
  • Hispanic- 23.24%
  • African American- 0.34%
  • Asian- 0.82%
  • Pacific islander- 0.07%
  • Other races- 10.80%

 Major points of interest

  • Vail Ski Resort
  • Mount of The Holy Cross
  • Sylvan Lake State Park
  • Top of The Rockies National Scenic Byway