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Halo Bail Bonds is here for you, because you need someone to be. After all, you, a friend or a loved one is in the county jail in Alpine. Without help you'll stay there much longer than is necessary. In fact, even with the help of many other bail bondsman you'll likely stay in the Alpine County Jail longer than you need to because they're inefficient. Halo Bail Bonds is proud to be able to respond quickly by dispatching our local agents quickly. When you call, our agents usually even pick up within 10 minutes to ensure your consultation begins and the release of you, a friend or loved one is completed as soon as possible.
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About Alpine County
Alpine county has a land area of 739 square miles, containing a population in 2012 of 1,129, making it one of the lowest populated counties by density in the state of California. 50% of the population is employed by private organizations, while 36% of the population is employed by the government -- a large portion for counties in the state -- and 9% is self-employed. In some counties in California, including Alpine at 4%, parts of the population are employed for no pay, usually in family agricultural businesses.
The name Alpine County is apt because the surrounding natural mountain beauty from the Sierras is unmatched. As a result outdoor activities dominate in the area, particularly tourism. Located just south of Lake Tahoe and north of Yosemite National Park, things to do include enjoying the relaxation of bed and breakfasts, exploring historic sites such as Old Log Jail, hitting the slopes at Kirkwood Ski Resort, and of course hiking and backpacking opportunities that virtually never ends.
The detention center in Alpine County is the Alpine County Jail located in Markleeville, because it is the largest town in the county seat.