Post an Inmate's Bond

There are several ways to pay an inmate's bond

Cash Bond - you can pay an inmate's bond by cash using the following payment methods:

  • Currency - cash is accepted at the Pueblo County Detention Center in kiosk located in the lobby at 909 Court Street
  • Money Order - Money Orders are accepted at the Pueblo County Detention Center at the jail reception window at 909 Court Street 
  • Cashier's Check - A Cashier's Check can delivered to the Pueblo County Detention Center at the jail reception window at 909 Court Street 
  • Credit Card- A credit card may be used to post an inmate's bond by using:
    •  In-person Kiosk- located in the lobby at 909 Court Street of the Pueblo County Detention Center 
    • Online - Click the link provided here and follow the steps to deposit money.  You will need to create an account and then you will be able to select Pay a Bond - Use This Link

Once the bond is paid through either the kiosk or online services - you must notify the Pueblo County Detention Center Receptionist that it has been paid and they will complete the process of posting the bond at the following: 719-583-6135 Option #5

Surety Bond - you can post a bond for an inmate through a Surety 

We cannot recommend a Bail Bond company - please refer to the Yellow Pages for a list of Bail Bond agencies. These agencies may require a co-signer and/or collateral to secure the bond

Property Bond - using equity from real estate to secure a bond 

The property bond process is completed through the 10th Judicial District Clerk's Office




  1. Bond fees, booking fees, and other fees or debts never need to be paid to secure a person’s release on money bond.  A payer need only pay the bond amount in order to secure release.
  2. While never a basis to hold a defendant in jail, the following fees are chargeable as a debt to the defendant after release if the payor chooses not to pay the fees at the time of bonding: a $10 bond fee and a maximum 3.5% credit card payment fee.  No other bond-related fees may be charged at any time, including any kiosk fees or fees for payment by cash, check, or money order.
  3. Bond payments are to be made out to the holding county and are never to be made out in the name of the incarcerated person.
  4. A Sheriff must release a defendant within six hours after a personal recognizance bond is set and the defendant has returned to jail or within six hours after a cash bond has been set and the defendant has returned to jail and the defendant or surety notified the jail that bond is prepared to be posted, unless extraordinary circumstances exist.  In the event of a delay of more than six hours, a surety and the defendant have a right to know what, if any, extraordinary circumstance is causing the delay.  Supervisory conditions of release do not justify a delay in release; except that a Sheriff may hold a defendant for up to 24 hours if necessary to ensure a defendant is fitted with required electronic monitoring.
  5. Anyone who posts a money bond has a right to receive as copy of the bond paperwork, including documentation of the next upcoming court date.
  6. A surety may never be asked to use posted bond money to pay a defendant’s debts.  Only when defendants have posted their own money bond may they be asked if they would like to voluntarily relinquish bond money to pay their debts.  Relinquishment of bond money by a defendant to pay a debt is never required and is entirely a voluntary choice by the defendant.
  7. The defendant or surety may file a complaint about violations of these provisions in person in the Sheriff’s Office main lobby or online at