The Grand County Sheriff's Office is located in the County Seat, the Town of Hot Sulphur Springs. Hot Sulphur Springs was established in 1860 making it the oldest town in the county. On September 8th, 1874, John Baker became the first elected sheriff of the county.
The River in our patch depicts the headwaters of the (today’s) Colorado River which are located in Grand County, and the snow-capped mountains represent the Continental Divide that runs through.
The Grand County Sheriff’s Office has 63 employees, within 6 divisions: Administration, Patrol, Detentions, Animal Control, Judicial Services, and Dispatch/Communications Center, all overseen by Sheriff Brett Schroetlin.
Fingerprints Temporarily Suspended
Fingerprint requests including those for Concealed Carry Permits are temporarily suspended at the Grand County Sheriff’s Office due to Covid-19 until the week of October 18, 2021. If you have any questions regarding this, give us a call at 970-725-3343. We appreciate your patience during this time!
Now Hiring Patrol Deputies, Detentions Deputies and Dispatchers
The Grand County Sheriff's Office currently has openings for Patrol Deputies, Detentions Deputies and Dispatchers. The Sheriff's Office employment application can be found here. We encourage anyone interested in these positions to call the Sheriff's Office main office phone line at 970-725-3343 and request to speak with the respective Lieutenant. Applications can be either dropped off in person to the Sheriff's Office, mailed to Post Office Box 48, Hot Sulphur Springs, CO 80451 or sent via email to email@example.com