Bail Bonds for Santa Maria

At Tonya Page Bail Bonds, we know your top priority is to get your relative or friend released from jail as soon as possible. However, in these cases we see a lot of clients who are unfamiliar with the bail bond process. We’re here to help you.

By calling our toll free number, 1-877-861-3761, you will be connected in just a few seconds to a licensed and professional bail bondsman, who is ready to walk you through the bail bond process and carefully answer any and all questions you may have. We know this can be a difficult time, and we are more than happy to spend as much time as you need to understand the process fully.

Our staff is full of bail bond experts who care about your individual situation. It makes no difference the time of day, whenever you need a Santa Maria bail bond; call our toll-free number, 1-877-861-3761. We’re available 365-days a year for your convenience.

Santa Maria Police Department Information

Santa Maria Police Department
222 E. Cook Street
Santa Maria, CA 93454
Phone: 805-925-0951

Santa Maria is a beautiful area know if wine, great restaurants, golf and antiquing. The Santa Maria Police Department works extremely hard to provide a safe community for their residents, businesses and visitors. The Santa Maria PD also provides several different law enforcement services such as traffic enforcement and control, investigations, crime prevention, drug enforcement and abuse prevention.

The Bail Bond Process

When you’ve been informed about a relative or friend being arrested, and you’re interested in hiring a bail bondsman to help, if you call us, we will get started immediately.

When you call, the following information is helpful if you know it:

  • Defendant’s full legal name
  • Date of birth
  • Why they were arrested
  • Who arrested them
  • Where they are being held (likely either the Santa Maria Jail or the Santa Barbara Main Jail)
  • The amount of bail

Not all of this information is necessary, but the more you can obtain and provide, the faster we’ll be able to move. We can help you to obtain any information you do not have.

Once we’ve received this information from you, we will be able to determine if we can help you. After approval of the bond, two simple forms will need to be signed and fees will either need to be paid in full or we can work with you on how to go about paying for it. We will the post the bond at the jail and your friend or loved one will be released from jail.


Bail bonds do require a certain responsibility. If you’re not familiar with the bail  process, we will explain everything in detail to you so that you understand fully.

If you have questions or would like to start a Santa Maria bail bond today, contact our  bondsmen at 877-861-3761. 


Additional Santa Barbara Bail Bonds Information


Updated: 03/10/2015