Show Low Bail Bonds Service
Show Low, AZ
Show Low bail bonds may be posted at either the Show Low Police Department (Annex) at 411 E Deuce of Clubs, or at the Navajo County Jail in Holbrook. The Show Low Police Department is a temporary holding facility for individuals arrested in Show Low and surrounding communities. Inmates are transported daily from the Police Department to the main Navajo County Jail outside of Holbrook. If you are trying to bail someone out from the Annex before they are transported to Holbrook, you have to act fast.
Show Low is a small rural community of approximately 11,000 people. The community is at 6,345 ft above sea level and is a popular recreation center for hunting and fishing. The town is accessed from Interstate-40 in Holbrook by going south on Arizona State Route 77. Access from Phoenix is made by heading east on State Route 60 or by going north on Rt 87 to Rt 260 and and then east on Route 260 to Show Low.
Navajo County Bail Bonds can provide Show Low bail bonds service to the Show Low Annex by posting bail either in Show Low or Holbrook. We offer convenient long distance posting of bail bonds by making use of fax, text, and email to accommodate our clients not located in our service area. For those clients that need to physically meet us, we generally do so at the Navajo County Jail. However, most bonds can be put together without you needing to leave your town or even your home. We bank at most of the major banks (Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Chase) and two local Arizona banks (National Bank of Arizona and Bank of the West). Clients can also wire funds to us if none of these banks are available. We also take all major credit cards.
Posting bail bonds in Show Low is generally a quick procedure if you are using a credit card or making a bank deposit for the entire bond amount. Inmates are generally released from the Show Low Annex within an hour of posting bail. Release from the Navajo County Jail after posting bail bonds takes a little longer. Most inmates are released from the Navajo County Jail in about 2 hrs. ; however, expect delays due to jail staffing.