Bail Bonds Lakewood

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Bail Bonds in Lakewood

At A Class Bail Bonds, we make Lakewood Bail Bonds a professional, affordable, and safe process by providing around-the-clock quality service. We are available 24/7, 365 days per year, and our team is trained to work with the Jefferson County Jail to get you or your loved one’s out of jail as quickly as possible. 

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Lakewood Court Info

Posting Bond With A Class

At A Class Bail Bonds, we offer an online bail bonds solution that allows you to complete the application, signing, and payment process from the comfort of your home.

Jeffco Bail Bonds Process

The Jefferson County Jail states that an inmate must be released within 6 hours of posting a bond unless an interfering condition applies, such as GPS monitoring required.

Jefferson County Jail Location

The Jefferson County Jail is located in Golden, Colorado. The Jefferson County Jail Staff is responsible for transporting inmates to all court appearances, regardless of location.

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About The City

Nearly half a century ago, in 1969, Lakewood’s establishment as a city was a significant achievement, uniting various neighborhoods that had developed a strong identity over many years through collaborative efforts in building schools and infrastructure.

The name ‘Lakewood’ predates the city, originating from a subdivision created in 1889 by William Loveland, the Colorado Central Railroad owner, near West Colfax Avenue and Harlan Street. Initially, the area was known for ranching, turkey raising, and dairy farming. By the 1940s, this agricultural landscape began transforming when the federal government acquired land for what is now the Federal Center, paving the way for residential neighborhoods, each with its unique sense of community pride.

Attempts to form a city in the 1940s and 1950s were unsuccessful. However, by 1969, with a population exceeding 90,000, concerns over potential annexation by Denver and a deficit in law enforcement resources prompted action. The blueprint for Lakewood’s boundaries was drafted on a pingpong table in the basement of James Jeff “Jim” Richey, leader of the Citizens for Incorporation. In June 1969, communities like Alameda, Green Mountain, Bear Creek, Applewood, and Lakewood overwhelmingly voted in favor of city incorporation, marking one of the largest city formations of that era. Richey was elected as mayor, but the newly formed City Council had to establish its operations on a tight budget. Initially named Jefferson City, the name was soon changed to Lakewood following a preferential advisory vote and a subsequent resolution by the City Council.

From its inception, Lakewood has been characterized by forward-thinking and progressive growth. Notably, its Police Department was among the first to mandate college degrees for its officers. In 1983, the residents ratified a city charter, serving as the foundational legal document for the city.