That includes paying traffic fines, requesting public records and reporting crimes only if no immediate response is needed and no one is in danger. If there is an emergency, please dial 911.
The office can respond to your reports by phone without risking your and our deputies’ safety.
In addition, fingerprinting and concealed handgun permits will be temporarily suspended until April 17. Applications that have already started will be processed, and no new applications will be accepted.
These temporary precautions are necessary because the sheriff’s office cannot guarantee a 6-foot area of social distancing in the often crowded lobby.
We appreciate your understanding during this tough time. We each have a role to play and we’re all in this together.
If you think you need to come to the sheriff’s office, please call us first at 303-795-4711 so we can help you. Find our online services at www.Arapahoegov.com.