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To get your friend or family member discharged from the Sedgwick County jail as fast as possible, call ASAP Bail Bonds Sedgwick County.

We have local bail bondsmen posted minutes away from the Sedgwick County jail who are affordable, experienced and ready to act. ASAP Bail Bonds professional agents are standing by the phone to answer your call. Our agents operate 24/7 including holidays so call when you need us! ASAP Bail Bonds is the largest bail bonding agency operating statewide. This allows us to offer the lowest rates in Colorado. Please give us a call for not only inexpensive service, but service that is personalized and eases all difficulties in getting your loved one discharged.

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Sedgwick County Jail Info

Sedgwick County Detention Center
(970) 474-3355
315 Cedar St, Julesburg, CO 80737
Visiting Hours: Please call the Sedgwick County jail for information.

Why We Are the Bail Bondsman Sedgwick County Trusts

There are several bail bond companies operating in Sedgwick County, Colorado, but none can offer what ASAP Bail Bonds Sedgwick County does.

Our local agents have personal networks in the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office and experience with the court system. We care about our community members and their families. We are here solely to assist you in getting your loved one out of jail. Our 24/7 operation keeps you updated faster than any other bail bond service provider. They are trained in studies relating to integrity, moral/ethical decision making as well as customer advocation. The flexibility we can give you is unmatched, and our rates are the lowest statewide. ASAP Bail Bonds is the go-to option to post your bail bond.


Sedgwick County is in Kansas State and is the second-most populous county in the state after Johnson County.

The county was founded and named in 1867 after John Sedgwick, a Major General of the Union Army in the American civil war. It has many cities including Andale, Bentley, and Wichita, which is the county seat among others. Wichita also has the highest population with an estimate of around 389,255 people. The total population of the county was estimated to be 513,607 in 2018, up from 498,365 in 2010.

Brief history

In early times, nomadic Native Americans occupied the land till colonialists from France invaded it in the 18th century, and through the treaty of Fontainebleau, France ceded part of the land to Spain. United States later bought back the land.

Geographical facts

Sedgwick county covers a total area of 2,580 km2 as compared to the water mass surface area of 31 km2. There are many protected areas in the county including; the Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum, Sedgwick County Extension Arboretum, and Sedgwick County Zoo. The county also holds fairs for the social development of the community. 

Counties adjacent to Sedgwick are:

  • North-Harvey County
  • East-Butler County
  • South-Sumner County
  • West-Kingman County
  • South East-Cowley County
  • Northwest-Reno County


Some of the indications of a growing economy are increase in educational facilities and infrastructure. There are many airports in the county including; Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport, Cessna, and Maize airport. There are over 5 airports in the county, and an aerospace manufacturer for both military and civilian jets. Some of the world’s best restaurant franchises including Pizza Hut and White Castle also originate from here.


There are many unified school districts, universities and colleges. Below are some of the best education centers in Sedgwick:

  • Wichita public schools
  • Clearwater USD 264
  • Cheney USD 268

Some of the best colleges are:

  • Wichita State University
  • Friends University
  • University of Kansas School of Medicine
  • Wichita Area Technical College