Go To Search
RSSPrintEmail
Sheriff's Office
Are you Wildfire Ready?
Download the Ready, Set, Go! brochure for more information on how to make your home resistant to wildfires and to ensure your family is ready to leave early and safely. 

Fire Danger = ModerateCurrent Wildfire Danger for Summit County is MODERATE.

Fires can start from most accidental causes; however, with the exception of lightning fires, the number of ignitions is generally low. Fires in open grassland or meadows will burn briskly and spread rapidly on windy days. Timber fires spread slowly to moderately fast. The average fire is of moderate intensity, although heavy concentrations of fuel may burn with more intensity. Short-distance spot fires may occur. Fires are generally not likely to become serious and control is relatively easy.

Sheriff's Office car in fall aspens The Summit County Sheriff’s Office, located in Breckenridge, Colorado, was established in 1861. The Sheriff's Office has 73 employees, divided into five divisions: Administration, Operations, Detentions, Animal Control and the Office of Emergency Management, all overseen by Sheriff John Minor and Undersheriff Derek Woodman.  


Divisions 

 








Summit County Sheriff’s Office
Email

P.O. Box 210
501 North Park Ave.
Breckenridge, CO 80424-0210

Ph: (970) 453-2232
Fx: (970) 453-7329

Additional Contact Info
Justice Center and Patrol Vehicles