Gilpin County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Gilpin County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 2960 Dory Hill Rd #300, Black Hawk, 80422 CO
  • Chief:
Phone: 303-582-1060
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Gilpin County Sheriff's Office is located at 2960 Dory Hill Rd #300, Black Hawk, 80422 CO. The Gilpin County Sheriff's Office phone number is 303-582-1060.

Gilpin County Sheriff's Office News

Rockfall Mitigation Resumes on US 6 Clear Creek Canyon DAYTIME FULL ROAD CLOSURES PLANNED BEGINNING NOVEMBER 13, 2018. For details click this link: https://bit.ly/2vZBFRF

US 6 Clear Creek Canyon Rockfall Project Rockfalls happen regularly in Clear Creek Canyon, ultimately causing closures, accidents, and roadway deterioration. This project aims to address these issues and reduce the overall impact of rockfalls in the canyon. The Project is currently under the summer shut down period. Work will resume November 12, 2018, and will be complete before May 1st, 2019. Full roadway closures will occur From 10 am to 5 pm Monday through Wednesday and from 6am to 5pm on Thursdays once work resumes. Travelers can use I70 as an alternate route to Central City/Black Hawk during the closures of US 6. No work and no road closures are planned for Fridays or weekends. Full roadway closures dramatically increase production, which decreases the duration of the project, and enhances the safety of the traveling public and project personnel.

YOU'RE INVITED Please come and meet our new County Manager, Abel Montoya -- Wednesday, October 3rd - 5:30 - 7 PM at the Gilpin County Community Center - 250 Norton Drive, Black Hawk CO 80422. Refreshments will be served.

FOUND PUPPY This puppy was found near Central City, City Hall today, 09/04/18. He has a black collar and had a purple rope attached to him. If this is your puppy or if you have owner information, please call Gilpin County Sheriff's Office at 303-582-5500.

CDOT ROCKFALL MITIGATION PROJECT CDOT reports that the rock scaling work on US 6 in Clear Creek Canyon from CO 93 to CO 119 (mile points 260.2 to 271.6) will resume on November 12, 2018, and due to be completed before May 1, 2019. This project aims to address the issues of accidents, road closures and road deterioration caused by rockfalls. For details on road closures and more information on this project, click on the link below the map.

One of our very own S.R.O. (School Resource Officers) on his 1st day back at school. Oh so happy to be back! Click here to check out other "Oh So Happy" S.R.O.'s https://dailym.ai/2Owrtac

Citizen's Academy Ever wondered just how the criminal justice system works or how law enforcement cases are investigated? Now is your chance to find out first hand. The Jefferson/Gilpin County District Attorney's Office is offering a Citizen's Academy that is designed to immerse citizens in the criminal justice process, bringing participants together with law enforcement, prosecutors, defense attorneys, and judges. You will gain a better understanding of the justice system through hands-on instruction. For details on the program and for application to the academy go to https://www.gilpincountysheriff.com/community-info

Stage 1 Fire Restrictions Implemented Effective today, July 25, 2018, @12:00 noon, Stage 1 fire restrictions are effective for all of Gilpin County. For details on restrictions, please visit the Gilpin County Sheriff's Office website at https://www.gilpincountysheriff.com/firerestrictions

Effective today, July 9, 2018, at 5:00 p.m. - Stage 2 Fire Restrictions will be implemented for Gilpin County. Click here for details on restrictions: http://www.gilpincountysheriff.com/firerestrictions

Stage 1 Fire Restrictions Implemented Effective today, June 12, 2018, @12:00 noon, Stage 1 fire restrictions are effective for all of Gilpin County. For details on restrictions, please visit the Gilpin County Sheriff's Office website at gilpincountysheriff.com.

SMOKE HAZE IN GILPIN COUNTY. The sheriff's office has received numerous calls from concerned citizens today, April 30, about the smoke haze in our county. The smoke we are experiencing is being blown in from the fires in Arizona. CURRENTLY THERE ARE NO FIRES IN GILPIN COUNTY.

US Clear Creek Canyon TRAFFIC UPDATE - March 25 - March 31 Rockfall mitigation on US 6 Clear Creek Canyon, between CO 93 and CO 119, will begin at mile point 260 and continue to mile point 272. There will be NO CLOSURES March 25 - March 31. For additional information, call the project information line at 970-549-0322 or email at us6clearcreek@gmail.com

PROJECT ANNOUNCEMENT from CDOT: Rockfall mitigation on US 6 Clear Creek Canyon will start Tuesday, February 20, 2018, at MP 260 and will continue to MP 272. The project will be in operation Monday through Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Thursday, 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. There will be full road closure during hours of operation. Motorists can use I-70 as an alternate route during construction hours. For details click here http://bit.ly/2o2xMrf

“He was a hero, not for the way he died, but for the way he lived” - El Paso County Sheriff Bill Elder. R.I P - Deputy Micah Flick. Our prayers continue for his family and the El Paso County Sheriffs Office.

THANK YOU LETTER FROM INJURED BACKCOUNTRY SKIER IN GILPIN COUNTY Dear Alpine Rescue Team, Rocky Mountain Rescue, Gilpin County EMS, Gilpin County Sheriff's Office, and Flight for Life... https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BIdewmA3JLScy_oGnz8DYHzMpyOuF-Ci/view?usp=sharing

HISTORIC PAST OF COLORADO COUNTIES Sheriff Bruce Hartman presented this historic map to the Gilpin County Commissioners that shows the evolution of Colorado Counties from 1860 to present. Sheriff Chad Day of Yuma County found the map and was gracious enough to make a copy for the Gilpin County Sheriff's Office. The map will be displayed in the 100 plus-year-old courthouse, along with the 38-star flag from when Colorado became a state.

ALPINE RESCUE TEAM RECEIVES VOLUNTEER ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR AWARD. Each year the County Sheriff's Of Colorado presents an award to an outstanding volunteer organization. Sheriff Bruce Hartman nominated Alpine Rescue Team that serves Gilpin, Clear Creek, and Jefferson counties. The team was chosen as this year's recipient due to their exemplary dedication and professionalism. Sheriff Hartman presented the award to them at the winter Sheriff's Conference. CONGRATULATIONS ALPINE!

There are no words for the depth of our sorrow as we grieve with El Paso County Sheriffs Office the great loss of yet another Brother in Blue, Deputy Micah Flick. Our thoughts and prayers are with both families, blood and blue.

UPDATE- BACK COUNTRY SKIER RESCUE Alpine Rescue Team is transporting the injured party, 35 year old Darren Smith, down Rollins Pass Road on a utility vehicle in extremely cold and windy weather conditions. Mr. Smith will be transported to an area hospital where he will be treated for his injuries.

UPDATE - BACK COUNTRY SKIER RESCUE Alpine rescue Team is in the process of carrying the injured skier out on foot. The 34 year old male has serious injuries to the lower part of his body. It will be hours before the rescue team will be able to get the injured party to a road where a track vehicle will be able to transport him off the mountain.

Gilpin County Sheriff's office has been working the back country Rescue of a 34 year old male injured skier. The Sheriff's Office received a 9-1-1 call at approximately 11 am from a party who stated his friend he was skiing with was injured. The Gilpin County Sheriff's Office, Alpine Rescue, Rocky Mountain Rescue, Timberline Fire Protection District, Gilpin ambulance we're all dispatched to the area above Tolland Road in Rollinsville. The injured party is at the Forest Lakes trailhead and is currently being attended by members of Alpine Rescue Team who have arrived on scene. Party is complaining of lower body pain with unknown injuries. The weather conditions have prohibited any type of helicopter assistance. Updates will be posted as we have further information.

It is with deeply hurting hearts that we say our final farewell to Deputy Heath Gumm. RIP brother.