You will be able to apply for your Homestead bail bond directly online without needing to come into our office - available to you 24/7!
You will be able to apply for your bail bond directly online without needing to come into our office - available to you 24/7.
Please enter the access code we have provided you in the box below to access the online system. You’ll need to call us at 786-500-9999 for your access code.
Incorporated in 1913 with only 121 residents, Homestead is the second oldest city in Miami-Dade County, Florida. It is situated just 35 miles southwest of Miami and 25 miles northwest of Key Largo. Its closest adjacent city is Florida City. Many come to visit the area for Homestead Miami Speedway.
Florida City is found at the eastern part of the one running road through the Everglades National Park. It’s the last city on the mainland heading toward the Florida Keys and on the United States map before the land breaks off into separate island.
Since the launch of the Down Revitalization Project, downtown Homestead boasts a Historic District comprised of eleven blocks of old Florida architecture and remnants of yesteryear.
To keep residents in touch, Homestead has their own online TV program called ‘Inside Homestead TV’ which provides information on local news, events and non-profit initiatives happening around the area.
If you or someone you care about has been arrested in Homestead, Florida City, or any of the surrounding areas in Miami-Dade County, Bail Bonds Now will be standing by and ready to post bond. All of our bail bondsmen in Miami are licensed, experienced and know the importance of a quick inmate release.
You can use your smartphone or computer to complete the application and process payment from anywhere at any time. Our online bail bond form makes it easy to apply for a bond and make a payment. Simply text or call a bail bondsman at (786)-500-9999 to receive an access code.
Miami-Dade County has implemented a neighborhood crime watch program at Citizen’s Crime Watch to help cut down and prevent crime in the area. This program is funded by the Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners and depends upon its citizens within the community to report suspicious activity as it occurs.