Important Notice

Bail Bond Board
Meetings will be held virtually until further notice


In accordance with Executive Order No. GA-08, signed by Governor Greg Abbott on March 19, 2020 at 11:59 a.m., no more than 10 people may be in one single room. Therefore, the public will only be able to attend the meeting virtually.



The public may access the meeting here or by Clicking “ Live Stream Meeting”  in the left hand side bar.




Additionally, the Governor granted a request by the Texas Attorney General to waive certain requirements of the Texas Open Meetings Act. In accordance with the waiver, the public may make comments virtually. They may sign up to speak no later than 5pm the day before the Board meeting by emailing

You will receive an email confirmation that will include meeting information and instructions for when it is your time to speak.

Agendas may be obtained in advance of the court meeting by clicking on this link:, then go to the Government tab, Bail Bond Board tab, legal notices tab, type in ‘bail’.



Sara Rosas

The mission of the Bail Bond Board is to provide reasonable regulation to the end that the right of bail be preserved and implemented by just and practical procedures, governing the giving or making of bail bond and other security to guarantee appearance of the accused.

Occupations Code, Occupations Related to Law Enforcement and Security, Chapter 1704. Regulation of Bail Bond Sureties, Subchapter A. General Provisions



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