HOW BAIL BONDS WORK
You may have some preconceptions about what happens when you need a bail bond. We are a family-owned business and we have the resources to respond to your needs throughout California whether you are in a large city or a small county like Yuba.
When you call us toll free at 888-BAIL BOND you will be connected with a licensed bail bondsman who will give you confidential help with your specific situation.
Consult our online bail bonds resources for general information and to answer your questions regarding types of bail bonds, a variety of methods for payment of your bail bond, as well as the costs involved and payment options. We have an extensive bail video library that you can use to clarify the range of our services.
Yuba County Bail Bonds Solutions for You
The detailed information about the arrest and jail procedures may be overwhelming and frightening. Contact 888 Bail Bond at 888-BAIL BOND to get supportive help in arranging for Yuba County bail bonds.
Yuba County Sheriff's Office And Jail Information
Yuba County Sheriff's Office
215 5th Street Suite 150
Marysville, Ca. 95901
Phone: (530) 749-7777
Open to the Public: Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Closed weekends and holidays
Yuba County Jail
Recorded - (530) 749-7777 Ext. 1
Jail (530) 749-7740
Jail Administration (530) 749-7751
Yuba Bail Bonds: (888) 224-5266
YUBA COUNTY JAIL INMATE SERVICES
Bail Bond Requirements
Bail- The requirements for posting bail are as follows:
- Payment must be made using cashier’s checks or money orders or cash.
- The full amount of bail must be paid.
- Bail must be posted in the jail lobby at the deputy control room.
- Cashier checks or money orders must be made out to “Yuba County Jail"
When you call 888-BAILBOND a licensed bail bondsman will handle all the complex rules you are to follow for posting Yuba County bail bonds.
Inmate money accounts- Deposits can be made to your inmate account if you need funds. Deposits are processed during visiting hours, by mail or the EZ-Kiosk system. The funds deposited may be in US currency, cashier's check or money order.
Release of Property- When you are arrested your personal property is taken from you. This property is returned to you when you are released. It may be picked up 24 hours a day in the Jail Lobby.
Your vehicle may have been towed, stored or repossessed in the arrest process. You can claim your vehicle following the rules set out on the Sheriff's Department website.
Release of Sheriff’s Report- The process is as followed:
- Reports that are under investigation and some other types of reports cannot be released.
- You have to complete a written request for Public Records Release for your case report.
- A release form is required which you get at the front counter at the Sheriff’s Department