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Have you or a loved one been detained at the Moffat County jail? To get them released as fast as possible ball ASAP Bail Bonds!

Our agents are the best choice to make when choosing a bail bondsman to post your bail bond. ASAP Bail Bonds has local bail agents stationed in Moffat County and are operating 24/7. This means we can help you 24 hours a day and get your loved one released faster than any other bail bonds company. ASAP Bail Bonds is the largest bail bonds agency in Colorado and still manages to be family-owned and operated. This has given us the ability and motivation to offer our customers the lowest rates statewide. Give us a call today to get your loved one out of the Moffat County jail!

Cities within Moffat County that we provide service in


Moffat County Jail InfoMoffat County Detention Center

(970) 824-4498
800 West 1st Street, Ste. 100,
Craig, Colorado 81625
Visiting Hours: Click here for information.

Why We Are the Bail Bondsman Delta County Trusts

In Moffat County, our local ASAP Bail Bonds agents are regarded as friendly, professional, efficient and trustworthy.

This reputation has been built from the way we operate. We always answer every phone call. We always answer every question. Not only this, but we work tirelessly to advocate for you and your loved one in jail. ASAP Bail Bonds has come through for thousands of families with successful bail bonds and we strive to always improve our service. In Moffat County, we offer the lowest rates and most flexibility for our customers.


Moffat County in Colorado is the northwestern-most county in this state. 

Being the second-largest county of Colorado, it had a population of 13,795 people as of the census done in 2010. Craig is the seat of this county. It was named after the Denver railroad and mining mogul, David Moffat. The economy of this county is supported mostly by coal mining, energy development and drilling of natural gas. Agriculture and ranching are also major income-earning activities of this county.

Here are other things you need to know about Moffat County:

Geography of Moffat County

The county’s total area is 4,751 square miles, based on the US Census Bureau. 4,743 square miles is the total landmass while the county has 7.6 square miles as water. One would say that this is a county that is quite off the beaten path, considering that it has around two million acres of public land. Many rivers in this land make it a distinguished area for nature lovers and explorers, as well as a home to many wildlife species.

Here are the neighboring counties:

  • Routt County – to the east
  • Uintah County, Utah – to the west
  • Rio Blanco County – to the south
  • Sweetwater County, Wyoming – to the north
  • Daggett County, Utah – to the west
  • Carbon County, Wyoming – to the north


There were 3, 577 families that resided in 4, 983 households according to the 2000 census. With a population of 13, 795 and 4,751 square miles, the population density was 3 people for every square mile.

The racial makeup of the county in 2000 was as follows:

  • 93.61% comprised of the white population
  • 0.21% was African American or Black
  • 0.88% was Native Americans
  • 0.33% was Asian population
  • 0.02% was pacific islanders
  • 3.17% was from other races
  • 9.64% of the population was made up of Latino or Hispanic people.