South Coast Surety writes all Colorado surety bonds. There are many surety bonds required in the state of Colorado, by state and local governments, as well as private institutions. For most, if not all, public works projects, the contractor is required to file a contract surety bond to protect the general public from any financial obligation in the event that damages arise from the project. In addition, many licensing agencies require license and permit bonds as a protective measure in the event that the licensee violate the terms of their license or permit.
Below are just some of the more common Colorado surety bonds:
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Colorado, known as The Centennial State, is the 8th largest state in the US in terms of area, and the 21st most populous state. It was admitted to the Union on August 1, 1876, and was the 38th state. The Colorado capital and most populous city is Denver. The US Federal Government is a major contributor to the Colorado economy, including NORAD, the US Air Force Academy, NOAA, and many other government institutions located across the state. In addition to government institutions, Colorado also boasts a robust tourism industry including the outdoor industry, marijuana tourism, and the diverse geography of the state – ranging from the Rocky Mountains and Continental Divide to the Eastern High Plains.