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Our bonding process can be completed 100% online. Apply, sign, pay, and bail your loved one out in minutes with our easy online process.

Morgan County Bail Bonds Quick Facts:

  • Phone 970-542-3455  for inmate information
  • Once you order a bond, release time must be within 6 hours (unless the court orders a GPS, or there is another bond condition holding up the process).
  • Morgan County includes the Municipalities of Brush, Fort Morgan, Goodrich, Hillrose, Hoyt, Log Lane Village, Snyder, Weldon, and Wiggins.
  • To complete the bail transaction, we can meet you in-person at the jail, or you can complete the application online.

The current county Sheriff is James E. Crone: His department maintains the detention facility in Fort Morgan, Colorado. People awaiting the outcome of their criminal case, and also people serving time after sentencing stay at this facility. The staff of the sheriff’s department is responsible for a myriad of other duties, including transportation of inmates, security of the court, crime investigation in unincorporated areas, participation in the cross-jurisdiction task force, patrol, and service of process.

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About the County

Morgan County is primarily a rural entity located on the high plains of northeastern Colorado The following cities are located in the area:

Rainbow Bridge in ColoradoMorgan County was formed in 1889 from part of Weld County. The county seat and most populous city is Fort Morgan. In 1865 the US Army established Camp Wardwell near the present site of Fort Morgan. It got its new name (Fort Morgan) in 1866 in honor of Colonel Christopher A. Morgan. It served to protect travelers and supplies going to and from Denver and the mining districts on the Overland Trait. The City of Fort Morgan got its start from a member of Greeley’s Union Colony in 1884 and became the county seat of Morgan County upon its founding in 1889. Morgan County has always and remains a rich agricultural area, but has experienced a modern “gold rush” of its own with the oil and gas boom having a large presence in Northeastern Colorado.