Bail Bonds for Mariposa County

If someone you know has been arrested in Mariposa County and is in need of a licensed California bail bondsman, contact our office right away. We know how overwhelming the bail bond process can be, so we will take the time to answer any questions you have.

Our simple paperwork can be completed by phone, fax, and email or in person. An agent will arrange to meet with you at a location most convenient, such as your home or office.

Bail bonds cost 10% of the bail amount. For instance, if a defendant’s bail is set at $15,000, the bail bond fee will be $1,500.

The bail bond fee can be paid with any major credit card. In many cases, we can make a payment plan to help ease the cost of a bail bond. Most of our bail bonds require no collateral.

For Mariposa County bail bonds, call Tonya Page Bail Bonds right away at 1-877-861-3761 to speak to our friendly bondsman will help make the bail bond process as easily and quickly as possible.

Sheriff’s Department & Jail

Mariposa County is well-known as the home of Yosemite. Located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, Mariposa is north of Fresno. The county has a population of 18,251. There are no incorporated cities within the county and there are also, notably, no permanent traffic lights anywhere in the county. Law enforcement services are provided to the county’s residents by the Mariposa County Sheriff’s Department.

Mariposa County Sheriff’s Department
5099 Old Highway
Mariposa, CA 95338
Phone: 209-966-3615

Deputies of the Mariposa Sheriff’s Department handle a wide variety of incidents, from statutory crimes to general public assistance. Every summer, the department has a boat unit that patrols Lake McClure for the safety of residents and visitors.

Mariposa County Jail
5379 Highway 49 North
Mariposa, CA 95338
Phone: 209-966-3616

The first jail in Mariposa County was built in 1852 from logs cut from the surrounding forest. The newly built jail is rated to house up to 60 inmates.

Inmate Information

If you wish to visit someone being held at the Mariposa County Jail, you will need to know which cell block they are being housed in. All visitors must have a valid photo ID and appropriate clothing must be worn. No items (other than car keys and ID card) may be brought in during visitation. Inmates are permitted one hour of visitation each week. Visits are conducted through glass. Visitors must be over 18 and any minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

Visiting Schedule:

A Block: Sunday 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm B Block: Saturday 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
C Block: Friday 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm D Block: Wednesday 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
E Block: Sunday 9:00 am to 11:00 am F Block: Saturday 9:00 am to 11:00 am

Inmate Phone Calls

Inmates are not allowed to receive incoming phone calls. Phone messages for inmates will not be taken. Inmates will have access to phones during booking and while they are housed from 6:00 am to 11:00 pm. While they are being held, all calls will either be made collect or with phone cards bought at the facility. Commercial phone calls do not work on facility phones.

Inmate Mail

All inmate mail, incoming and outgoing, is monitored. Inmates may not receive Polaroid pictures, stickers or postage stamps, personal checks, stationery, blank paper or envelopes, or packages of any kind.

Letters cannot be scented, perfumed or have lipstick or any body fluids.

Softcover books and magazines must be sent directly from the publisher. Hard cover books are not permitted.

Inmate Life

Inmates are given access to the recreation yard for at least one hour each day. DirecTV service is provided to the detention center through funds from the Inmate Welfare Fund.

If an inmate has money in their personal account, they can purchase items through the jail commissary once a week. Items like envelopes, writing materials, and personal hygiene items can be bought. All inmates are provided necessary hygiene items, like shampoo, soap, toothbrush and toothpaste, razors and shave cream, pencil and paper each week.

Inmates are provided with medical and dental care and undergo a screening and TB test at the first available sick call. Mental health services are available on a referral basis from the attending physician.

A jail chaplain is available upon request and conducts weekly visits and counseling.

The jail library and legal reference books are available upon request.

Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings are available to inmates.

Bail Bonds For All Cities

  • Bear Valley
  • Bootjack
  • Buck Meadows
  • Catheys Valley
  • Coulterville
  • El Portal
  • Greeley Hill
  • Hornitos
  • Mariposa
  • Midpines
  • Wawona
  • Yosemite Valley



Updated:  07/10/2011