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Bail Bond Agents in Jackson County, Colorado

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There is no bail bonds company more trusted in Jackson County, Colorado than ASAP Bail Bonds.

Our company employs the most experienced bail bondsmen who break the mold of the industry. Their top-rated service is rooted in integrity, efficiency and honesty. ASAP Bail Bond Jackson County bail agents set the standard for high quality service. They are located locally around the Jackson County jail and operate 24/7. ASAP Bail Bond agents offer the lowest rates in the state as well.  There is no better option for posting bail at the Jackson County jail so give us a call today!

Get Help From ASAP Bail Bonds

ASAP Bail Bonds is an industry leader. We understand all situations needing a bail bondsman are inherently stressful. As such, we strive to offer a service that alleviates stress and lets you effortlessly navigate the process. Our bail agents communicate with you each step of the way, clarifying all requirements, timelines and next steps. We want to reach the broadest audience possible to help as many as possible. To do this we post all bail bonds and work with call customers.

ASAP Bail Bonds trains our local agents according to the Jackson County court system. This means they have an extensive network of officials and know exactly what steps are needed for a speedy release. We train them to leverage this knowledge during the release process while also keeping you informed. Since bail bonds come in all types and sizes, we also train our agents to problem solve in order to post all bail bonds. No matter the size and no matter your situation, we can post your bond. We also offer a variety of options including payment plans and collateral collection.

What Happens During the Bail Process?

he 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 Jackson County that we provide service in

Jackson County Jail Info


Jackson County Detention Center
(970) 723-4242
396 LaFever Street, Walden, CO
Visiting Hours: Please call the Jackson County jail for info.

Why We Are the Bail Bondsman Jackson County Trusts

One of the traits that ASAP Bail Bonds Jackson County prides itself on is trust and security.

Our agents have close ties to the surrounding communities and care about their people. ASAP Bail Bondsmen focus on integrity and operate 24/7 so you are always informed and up to date. Simply put, our mission as a bail bonds company is to help people rather than make money, as opposed to how most other bail bond agencies operate. This coupled with our unparallel training, transfers to the top-rated bail bonds service for customers. Call us today to see how we can help you get your loved one released from jail.


Named after the country’s former president, Andrew Jackson, the county total area is 1,621 square miles.

The unemployment rate stands at 2.4%, and there’s positive job growth. Jackson has a lower cost of living when compared to the rest of the counties in the county. The weather is not bad, with the least comfortable months being December and January, and most pleasant being August, July, and June. One good thing about this county is that the commute time is zero. 

In matters politics, the county is a Republican stronghold, going by the previous five presidential elections. Today, it’s the highest producer of hay, forage and fodder crops because of the ranches in the area. Tourism and wildlife are also a source of revenue for the county. There are many recreation activities to indulge in. These include nature trails, bicycle riding, hiking, and fishing. It is among some of the best places to fish, hunt, and enjoy wildlife. Parks and natural forests include State Forest, State Park, Mount Zirkel Wilderness, Continental Divide National Scenic Trail, and Never Summer Wilderness.

Below are additional facts about Jackson County:


Only 0.9% of the total area is water. The rest is landmass. It borders five counties, namely: 

  • Albany County, Wyoming – to the northeast
  • Carbon County, Wyoming – to the northwest
  • Grand County – to the south
  • Larimer County – to the east
  • Routt County – to the west

Walden is the largest town and is located 12,953 feet above sea level.   Due to mining, there exist 8 ghost towns namely, Zirkel, Teller City, Spicer, Pearl, Owl, Old Homestead, Hebron, and Brownlee. 


There was a drop in population by 11.6%, from 1,577 to 1,357, according to the 2010 census. Going by 2000 census, there were 442 families in the region. Whites are the dominant majority, with 96.20% of the total population. Most of the locals are from the ages of 45 to 64, and the average age is 40 years.