Mono County Sheriff's Department

  • Agency: Mono County Sheriff's Department
  • Address: 49 Bryant St., Bridgeport, 93517 CA
  • Chief:
Phone: (760)932-7549
Fax: (760) 932-7435

Mono County Sheriff's Department is located at 49 Bryant St., Bridgeport, 93517 CA. The Mono County Sheriff's Department phone number is (760)932-7549.

Mono County Sheriff's Department News

Snow! Some roads are closed for avalanche concerns. Check here: Chain controls in effect just about everywhere. Check here:

Umbrella? Galoshes? Chains? Shovel? Get all of them ready...rain and snow (lots of it!) predicted for the next few days.

395 closed between Mammoth (203) and June (158). Follow CalTrans District 9's FB Page for updates on road conditions.

It’s snowing! Turn on your headlights when driving - it’s not only smart; it’s the law.

Please hold the Marin County Sheriff's Office and the family of Deputy Ryan Zirkle in your hearts.

Need to travel in or through the Sierra? Go now or wait a few days, but don't go on Friday!

Want to make a difference in Mono County? The Mono County Sheriff Search and Rescue Team is seeking new recruits.

Winter weather coming our way! Keep your shovels and traction devices handy.

Please keep the Pomona Police Department and Officer Greggory Casillas’ family in your hearts.

Did you remember to "spring forward" this morning?

NOW HIRING PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICERS Are you interested in working for the Mono County Sheriff’s Office? We are now hiring Public Safety Officers. Please click on the link for more information.

Mono County Sheriff's Off Highway Vehicle Grant Application Public Review and Comment Period The Mono County Sheriff's Office has submitted a preliminary application for its California State Parks, Off Highway Vehicle Division, Law Enforcement Grant, for the 2018-2019 grant cycle. The public review and comment period begins March 6, 2018 and ends on April 2, 2018. To review the preliminary grant application and comment please visit For all other questions please feel free to contact Sergeant Jeff Beard, Mono County Sheriff’s Office OHV Coordinator at or (760) 932-7549

Final update on the avalanche

The latest on the avalanche at Mammoth Mountain. MCSO, MCSO SAR, MLFD, MLPD, CHP, Inyo Sheriff, Inyo SAR and USFS are all here to assist.

Second Update

First Update

395 is closed from 203 to Bridgeport due to blizzard and white-out conditions. Check road conditions before driving.

Snow, snow everywhere! Make sure you have the right equipment if you must drive. Snow tires and/or chains are required on almost every road, as exemplified by our patrol vehicle on Virginia Lakes Road. Check road conditions before heading out:

If you need to travel in or through Mono County, go NOW! Or wait until at least Friday afternoon. You can't drive if you can't see where you are going, which is what you will experience if you try to drive during a blizzard.

Get ready for winter! (better late than never)

Well done, Inyo County Sheriff's Office!

A terrible accident south of Bridgeport this morning. Please be careful while driving on our snowy and icy roads.

Last week five of our Explorers successfully completed Orange County's Law Enforcement Explorer Academy's 86th Class. Explorers Andrew Gray, James Rangel, Brayan Garcia, Chris Garcia and Corbin Randall were accompanied at the Academy by their Advisors, MCSO Deputy Nino Hernandez and MLPD Officer Daniel Hansen. Special recognition to Explorer Chris Garcia who won an award for 3rd place in a physical agility test out of a class of 160.

The Pleasant Fire disrupted power and phone service to the Tri-Valley area. Informal Warming Centers have been opened at the Chalfant and Benton Community Centers. If you are in need of shelter, please call our Dispatch at 760-932-7549, option 7.