Temple City Bail Bonds

Temple City CA was founded in 1923 by Walter Temple. As of 2010 the population was around 35,000. The town was originally called “City of Temple”, but the Postmaster General demanded a name change in 1926 because the mail was instead being directed to the Phoenix suburb of Tempe. It was officially was designated Temple City but remained a City in name only until after the post-World War II population explosion. The redundancy in the name City of Temple City came when Temple City incorporated on May 25, 1960.

Our bail bonds company has been bailing out people from the Temple City Jail for many years. The jail is located at 8838 Las Tunas Dr. The phone number for the Temple City Jail is (626) 285-7171. The Temple Station provides police services to the contract cities of Bradbury, Duarte, Rosemead, South El Monte and Temple City, along with the unincorporated County areas of Monrovia-Arcadia-Duarte, North San Gabriel/East Pasadena, and South San Gabriel. The Captain is Joseph F. Fennell Jr.

Every year in Temple City there is a Festival called the Camellia Festival. The festival takes place the last week of February and the parade begins the celebration on Saturday morning. The parade commences at the corner of Las Tunas Drive and Rosemead Blvd. Commercial floats are not allowed in the parade, all work is done by the youth and carry the theme of the year. A carnival is part of the three-day festivities, where the public may enjoy the hometown atmosphere in Temple City Park, while they participate in games booths and food booths, manned by local service and youth organizations. Varied Cultural entertainment events are open to the community and welcomed guests.

Our Temple City Bail Bonds office is open 24 hours a day 365 days a year. Our bail bonds agents are always here to answer any questions you might have and to ultimately help you bail someone out of jail. Our agents are very patient and have many years of experience with all jails in Los Angeles County.