This month, we’re highlighting our bail bonds efforts in the city of Owatonna, Minnesota, which is the county seat of Steele County and is where the Steele County Jail is located.
Owatonna has a total area of 14.62 acres, a population of approximately 25,600 and is one of AAA Bail Bonds’ top cities. Lead agent Becky is regularly at the courthouse and jail in the City of Owatonna helping clients.
Owatonna was first settled in 1854 and incorporated as a town in 1858. The Minnesota State School for Dependent and Neglected Children was later built in Owatonna in 1886. It took in orphans from around the state until closing in 1947 when it became the Owatonna State School, providing schooling for the mentally handicapped. That school closed in 1970 and the property is now owned by the City. A portion of the property has been turned into a museum (http://www.orphanagemuseum.com), which is on the National Register of Historical Places.
The city is home two other sites on the National Register of Historic Places. Among them is the Steele County Courthouse and Kaplan’s Woods, which is a 225-acre park offering cycling, swimming, fishing, and cross-country skiing. River Springs Water Park is a public waterpark in Owatonna featuring many pools and waterslides.
AAA Bail Bonds is ready to serve all residents of the Owatonna-based Steele County Jail in their time of need. Call AAA Bail Bonds 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 507-451-3744 or 612-900-3400 and ask for Bail Bond Agent Becky or the agent on call. AAA Bail Bonds has several other agents that cover the Owatonna, Minnesota, area in the event that Cathy is not available. This also ensures that we can provide coverage 100 percent of the time. AAA Bail Bonds also has a network of attorney referrals that are available to help.
The Steele County Jail is located at 204 East Pearl Street in Owatonna, Minnesota. The courthouse is located at 111 E Main Street in Owatonna.