We answer our phones 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Any jail, any time. When you need help, our Mesa County Bail Bondsmen are here to provide service to you.
Mesa county is located on the far West side of Colorado. The following cities are located in Mesa County:
When you need to post bail and you are looking for a bail bondsman, the most important thing to look for is an office that is available anytime, as well as offering fast and friendly service. All Day All Night Bail Bonds is one of the leading companies of the industry within the county. Due to our availability and quick service, our office has been thriving in the industry ever since we opened our doors. Available 24/7 and open on every holiday, we work hard to provide our signature excellent service across a wide area of the county.
Our bail agents are local to Grand Junction, CO, which means we offer personalize help and don’t pass judgement. We know that bad things happen to good people. Our office is licensed in the state of Colorado. Our clients have had many positive experiences, and our good reviews illustrate the high regard in which our company is held. Covering most of western Colorado, we have the experience you need in your emergency situation.
All Day All Night Bonds can help you with the following bail bonds:
Contact the helpful bail agents at our office for information on inmates and bail bonds. Because we work in so many areas across Colorado, we have many resources at our disposal to help you. We also offer many different options regarding your bail bond: Co-signers are an option, and large and small surety bonds are accepted.
In ancient times, Mesa County was home to dinosaurs, and was an enormous, humid flood plain. The first known settlers in the valley were the Fremont Indians, who were believed to have lived in the area from 250 to 1300 A.D. Later residents included the Northern Ute Tribe (in the 1800’s). The revered Ute Chief Ouray was a prominent leader. Many of the areas geographical interests were named by two Spanish Friars who explored – the Dominguez and Escalante Canyons received their names from these two friars. In September of 1881, Mesa County became a popular place to live. A townsite – called Ute – was staked. The name then changed to West Denver, before finally becoming Grand Junction, as it is known today. By 1883, it was made the county seat of Mesa County, and the area began to thrive soon after when the Rio Grande and Denver Railroad came through. As of 2010, the population in Mesa County was 146,723. The county was named after the vast amount of Mesas in the area, and it resides in Grand Junction, CO Metropolitan Statistical Area. The county has an area of 3,341 square miles, 3,329 of which is land, with the remaining 12 being water. It is the fourth largest county residing in the state of Colorado. In a 2000 census, there were 116,225 people residing in the county, 46,000 households, and 31.5 thousand familie. The density was recorded to be 35 people per square mile. 48,300 homes were recorded to be in an area of 15 square miles. 31.5% of households in the county had a child under the age of 18 residing in the home, 55% were married couples, with only 31% being an individual home owner.