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    Portola Valley sits in a peaceful area near the San Andreas Fault. If  the arrest of a loved one has ‘shaken you’ give us a call. We can answer your most pressing questions and help take the stress out of the situation.

    Our professional, caring agents are on call 24-7 to help get the bail process moving quickly, so they can get back home soon.

    888 Bail Bond will provide you with fast and courteous information for Portola Valley and the surrounding San Mateo County jails. We’ll take the time to look at all of your options to help you decide what works best.

    And, we’re open 7 days per week, 24 hours per day.  Our professional bail bondsmen are always happy to serve you. Call 888 Bail Bond for immediate assistance at toll-free 888-224-5266 or contact us directly by dialing locally at 888-bail-bond.

    The city of Portola Valley is handled by the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office.

    When arrested in Portola Valley, arrestees will likely be transported to the Maguire Correctional Facility in Redwood City.

    It is important to know that bail cannot be completed for any arrestee until the arrest and booking process is complete. Once the bail bond has been posted at the Maguire Correctional Facility, it can take anywhere from 2 to 4 hours or more for the release of a defendant.


    When you contact us, we will collect basic information about the defendant’s situation such as, the amount of their bail amount, how long they have been detained, what the charges are, how long they’ve lived in their current residence, if they’re employed, etc. Don't be concerned with having every detail. We can help you even if you don't.

    We'll let you know if minutes if we can help you. When the bond has been approved, the necessary forms will need to be signed. Both the bail application and contract are two very simple and easy to understand documents. Generally, if the defendant is not bailed out, they will generally remain in custody until the matter has been resolved in court.