The Montezuma County Sheriff’s Office has been serving its citizens and visitors since it was created by the Colorado Legislature in 1889. Montezuma County is approximately 2,000 square miles in size, located in the southwest corner of Colorado where the San Juan Mountains meet the mesas and canyons of the high desert. The county seat is Cortez where the Montezuma County Sheriff’s Office and the Montezuma County Detention Center are located at 730 East Driscoll Street. The Montezuma County Sheriff’s Office substation is located at 420 Central Avenue in Dolores.
The 72 members of the Montezuma County Sheriff’s Office along with our civilian volunteers, are dedicated public safety professionals who value the importance of public service and a duty to our citizens, communities and visitors, by providing knowledgeable, responsible, respectful, caring and professional service. The Montezuma County Sheriff’s Office provides enforcement, proactive crime prevention, and many other public safety services through our Patrol Division, Detective Division, Detentions Division, Judicial Security, Pre-Trial Services, Records Division and Administrative Services Section.
The Montezuma County Sheriff’s Office website is designed to provide public information and assistance when needed, and is continually updated and expanded. Enjoy our great county safely and all it has to offer with the many outdoor recreational opportunities, communities, history, cultures and yearly events. We are here to protect and serve.
Steven D. Nowlin, Sheriff
Montezuma County, Colorado
The Montezuma County Sheriff’s Office in partnership with the Division of Water Resource, Montezuma Valley Irrigation, the Mancos Water Conservancy District, and the Dolores Water Conservancy District will be hosting a 3 hour course titled Water Law 101.
The course is intended for all community members involved in any aspect of irrigation water and who desire additional knowledge on their rights and responsibilities.
The information presented will assist water consumers in understanding the roles of the agencies involved and the water districts they subscribe too.
Areas covered will include both civil and criminal ramifications pertaining to water law and water usage. It is our desire to impart information onto the community in hopes of alleviating conflict between stakeholders during the water season.
Location of Training: Mancos Community Center
130 West Grand Avenue, Mancos CO 81328
Date and Time: 4/30/15 at 6:00 pm
Please RSVP to Agricultural Deputy Dave Huhn at firstname.lastname@example.org or
FAX Jail - 970-565-4348 Admin - 970-565-3731
730 E Driscoll Street
Cortez, CO 81321