Placer County Bail Bonds

Golden State Bail Bonds of Placer County, California

Placer county courthouse

Jail overcrowding is one of the biggest challenges facing county governments in California. Like most California jails, Placer County jails are overcrowded.

The last addition to the main jail was in 1992, bringing the jail to its current capacity of 352. Another 160 inmates can be held at a minimum security facility. The jails serve the cities and towns of Auburn, Colfax, Lincoln, Rocklin, Roseville, Loomis, Dollar Point, Dutch Flat, Foresthill, Granite Bay, Kings Beach, Meadow Vista, Newcastle, North Auburn, Olympic Valley, Penryn, Sheridan, Sunnyside-Tahoe City and Tahoe Vista.

The jail facilities in Placer County are:

  • Main Jail - Placer County Jail

    2775 Richardson Drive
    Auburn, CA 95603
    Phone: (530) 745-8500
  • Minimum Security Jail

    11441 F. Avenue
    Auburn, CA 95603
    Phone: (530) 889-6930

Like all jails, that are overcrowded, if you are guaranteed to be granted bond (which is sometimes the case on minor traffic offenses), you may never see the inside of a Placer County jail cell. There are still some important steps you need to follow when bonding out of Placer County jail:

  • Call Golden State Bail Bonds at (800)XXX-XXXX. We are available to you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We can help you understand the charges against you and tell you which Placer County court you will need to pay. You may have been arrested by the Lincoln, Roseville, Rocklin or Auburn police departments, by the California Highway Patrol or by the Placer County Sheriff's Office.
  • While you are being booked at the Placer County Jail, be patient. Booking includes fingerprints, photographs and a records check and the process can take several hours.
  • If you are not from Placer County and you need an out-of-county relative or friend to pay your bail, don't worry. Your Golden State Bail Bonds representative can call your relative, fax the forms to them and your relative can use a major credit card to pay your Placer County bail over the telephone. We also have the forms online.
  • Once you are released, your Placer County bail bondsman can usually take you home or back to your car.

No matter who arrested you in Placer County or what the circumstances were, the professional agents of Golden State Bail Bonds will treat your case with discretion and compassion. Call us at (800)XXX-XXXX and let us help you with your situation.