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Other Locations
Other Locations
Sheriff's Office - Main

0885 E Chambers Avenue
P.O. Box 359
Eagle, Colorado 81631

HOURS: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Main Phone: 970-328-8500

Fax: 970-328-1448

Dispatch: non-emergent 24/7: (970) 479-2201

Emergencies: 911

Gypsum Substation

Gypsum Town Hall
50 Lundgren Boulevard
Gypsum, Colorado 81637

Phone: 970-328-8680

Minturn Substation

Minturn Town Hall
302 Pine Street
Minturn, Colorado 81645

Phone: 970-827-4272

Eagle-Vail Substation

249 Eagle Road
Eagle-Vail, Colorado 81620

El Jebel Substation

20 Eagle County Road
Carbondale, Colorado 81623

Phone: 970-328-7697

Edwards Substation

450 Miller Ranch Road
Edwards, Colorado 81632

Phone: 970-328-8690
Other local law enforcement agencies / Dispatch centers
Other local law enforcement agencies / Dispatch centers
Avon Police Department

1 Lake Street
P.O. Box 975
Avon, Colorado 81620

Basalt Police Department

100 Elk Run Drive, Suite 115
Basalt, Colorado 81621

Colorado State Patrol

714 Castle Drive
Eagle, Colorado 81631

CSP DISPATCH: (970) 824-6501
OR dial *CSP (*277) from a cell phone

Eagle Police Department

200 Broadway
P.O. Box 609
Eagle, Colorado 81631

Vail Police Department

75 Frontage Road
Vail, Colorado 81657

Vail Public Safety Communications Center

Eagle County Dispatch
75 S. Frontage Road
Vail, Colorado 81657

970-479-2201- non-emergency
What's the difference between a sheriff's office, a police department & State Patrol?
The main difference is the area of jurisdiction.

A sheriff's office provides law enforcement services and/or jail services for a county or other civil subdivision of a state.

A police department serves a specific municipality, city, town or village. Often, cities contract for law enforcement services with the county sheriff's office.

A state patrol office works for the state it serves.
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