Bail Bonds for Colusa County

Bail Bond Process

When you call Tonya Page Bail Bonds for a free consultation about bail bonds in Colusa County, a professional bondsman will ask you for some basic information about the defendant such as full legal name, birth date, address, employment information, bail amount and list of charges. We can help you even if you even if you don’t not know all of this information.

The paperwork for a bail bond is simple and can be completed by phone, fax or email, and in person. We will meet with you at whatever location is the most convenient for you, such as your home or office, or at the jail.

Paying for a bail bond is easy. We accept all major credit cards for quick processing. Financing options are available for those who qualify. Collateral is not required in most cases to secure a bond.

The cost of a bail bond is 10 percent of the bail amount. For example, if a defendant’s bail is $20,000 then the fee for that bail bond is $2,000. This amount cannot be negotiated and is non-refundable, regardless of the outcome of the case.

When you call Tonya Page Bail Bonds a licensed bondsman can answer your questions 24-hours a day when you call 1-877-861-3761.

Sheriff’s Department 

Colusa County Sheriff
929 Bridge St.
Colusa, CA 95932

Law enforcement for the unincorporated areas of the county is provided by the Colusa County Sheriff’s Department. The department consists of three divisions: Correctional, Support, and Field Services. The Field Services Division is responsible for providing Animal Control, Boating Safety Unit, Coroner, Investigations, Narcotics Task Force, Patrol, Property and Evidence, School Resource Officers, and Special Operations and Response (SOAR).

Patrol responds to all calls for service in the county, outside of the cities of Colusa and Williams. Patrols help to deter criminals and keep officers in direct contact with the community. Calls that come in are for crimes in progress, property crimes, and coroner cases. Deputies are active 24-hours a day.


County Jail 

Colusa County Jail
929 Bridge St.
Colusa, CA 95932

The Colusa County jail houses both sentenced and pre-trial inmates. The facility is rated to house up to 92 inmates. The jail is overseen by the Sheriff’s Department and is operated by a staff of thirteen: eight correctional officers, one jail commander, one sergeant, and three corporals.

Inmates are permitted two 30-minute visits each week. All visitors must have a valid photo ID with them to see an inmate. Anyone under 18 needs to have a parent or legal guardian accompany them to visitation.

Inmates have access to a variety of programs while they are at the facility. These include Alcoholics Anonymous, religious services, medical, dental and mental health services, hair care, a school program and work furlough.

Police Department Information

Colusa Police Department
260 6th Street
Colusa, CA 95932

Williams Police Department
688 Seventh St.
Williams, CA 95987


Colusa County is one of the original California counties created in 1850. Nearly 21,500 people reside there, spread out across 1,156 square miles. The majority of the county is unincorporated, with only two incorporated cities.

If you’ve been contacted by a friend or family member who has been arrested in Colusa County, speaking with a licensed bail bondsman can help you find the best solution in getting them out of jail.

Bail For All Of Colusa

  • Arbuckle
  • College City
  • Colusa
  • Grimes
  • Maxwell
  • Princeton
  • Sites
  • Stonyford
  • Williams

Updated:  09/25/2011