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Bail Bond Agents in Garfield County, Colorado

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ASAP Bail Bonds Garfield County is the top rated bail bonds service provider in Garfield County, Colorado.

Our bail bondsmen are the supreme bail bond providers throughout Colorado. They are located in nearby Glenwood Springs and operate 24/7. This means ASAP Bail Bondsmen can post your bail bond at the Garfield County jail day or night. We offer the lowest rates in the state and are ready to answer your call and questions right now. Please call one of our local bail bondsmen today to get your loved one released!

Get Help From ASAP Bail Bonds

Although undesirable, you may find yourself or a loved one needing to post a bail bond. This process can seem overwhelming, confusing and frustrating in the face of jail time. When you choose ASAP Bail Bonds Garfield County we guarantee an experience that is fast and painless. Our bail bondsman are here to work with you each step of the way. We know you may find yourself in this situation at any time of the day and because of that we operate 24/7. We also post all bail bonds, large or small. Our bail agents have posted thousands of bonds and can work with bail bonds for all charges.

During this stressful time ASAP Bail Bonds Garfield County is dedicated to clarifying the bail bond process. Our bail agents offer the best service hands down. They offer professional, local and personalized experiences. Not only this, but our bail bondsmen can also setup payment plans and collateral options as well. This means no matter what your situation is we can find a way to get your loved one out of jail. Give us a call today! We will answer no matter the time and get your loved one released ASAP!

What Happens During the Bail Process?

The court process may be complicated, but the bail bonds process is much easier to understand. After your loved one has been arrested

  1. You call our office to talk about bail.
  2. We look up the bail amount and charges for your loved one.
  3. We calculate the bond premium and talk about what you’ll be charged.
  4. You and any co-applicants fill out a bond application and sign a standard contract. The co-signers serve as the indemnitor for the bail bond, which means they guarantee that your loved one will comply with the court.
  5. You pay your bond agent the bail premium.
  6. The bond agent will post bail for your loved one at the jail.

After your loved one has been released from jail, that individual will come see us as well.

What’s the Process to Release a Bond

Releasing a bail bond means getting money back from the court and ending your obligation as an indemnitor. That happens once your loved one has made all required court appearances or the charges have been dismissed. At this time, we’ll return your collateral. However, we retain your bond premium as the fee for our service.

Cities within Garfield County that we provide service in


New Castle



Garfield County Jail Info


Garfield County Detention Center
(970) 945-0453
107 8th St, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Visiting Hours: :
8:00 AM – 10:50 AM
1:00 PM – 3:50 PM
7:30 PM – 10:20 PM

Why We Are the Bail Bondsman Delta County Trusts

When you need your friend or family member out of jail a bail agent you can trust is necessary.

Our bail agents are on call 24/7 so that you can directly communicate with them. Every step of the bail bond process will be with our bail bondsman. We employ only those with the highest standards of integrity and with your best interest in mind. As a consequence we offer the lowest rates and payment flexibility. Since our agents are local and work closely with the Garfield County court system, they can post your bond faster than anyone else. Call us today to get the release process started for your loved one!


Garfield County is one of the 64 counties of the US state of Colorado, with its county seat at Glenwood Springs, which is also the largest town in the county.

It is named after the 20th president of the United States, President James A Garfield. The county is included in both Edward Glenwood Springs, CO combined statistical area, and Glenwood springs CO micropolitan statistical area.


The total area of the county is 2956 sqm and has a population of 56,389 as of 2010. Some of the cultural, ecological, or natural value protected areas include;

  • White River National Forest
  • Flat Tops Wilderness
  • Routt National Forest
  • Grand Mesa National Forest
  • Rifle Gap and Falls State Park
  • Harvey Gap State Park

Scenic byways also have historic, natural, archaeological, or recreational value. They are also scenic and may have cultural qualities hence part of the conservation and points of interest. In Garfield county, they include;

  • West Elk Loop Scenic Byway
  • Dinosaur Diamond Prehistoric Highway National Scenic Byway
  • Flat Tops Trail Scenic Byway

Adjacent counties

  • Uintah County-Southwest
  • Rio Blanco County -North
  • Grand County -Northwest
  • Routt County-Northeast
  • Mesa County-South
  • Eagle County-East
  • Pitkin County-Southeast


They are divided into three main categories; cities, towns, and census-designated places. There are two main cities namely, Glenwood Springs and Rifle. The towns are listed below;

  • Parachute
  • Silt
  • Carbondale
  • Newcastle

Census-designated places

  • No name
  • Mulford
  • Battlement Mesa
  • Cattle creek
  • Chacra
  • Catherine


Most of the residents are white, with at least 89.96% of the population being white, followed by 18.1% German, and 16.67% Hispanic. There are small percentages of English, Irish, American, and Italian, and insignificant percentages of African Americans, Asians, and Pacific Islanders.


Garfield county supports the Republican party, and has always voted for Republican presidential candidate since 1912 apart from six times when the county supported a democratic presidential candidate. The most recent Democratic presidential candidate win in the county was for Bill Clinton in 1990.