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Pueblo County government website: county.pueblo.org

Public safety

Emergencies: 911

Sheriff’s office

Non-emergency situations: Contact the department about crime prevention, emergency notifications, records requests, county jail information, inmate lookup, fingerprinting, community presentation requests and volunteer opportunities. 

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Contact the assessor’s office for records related to all property in Pueblo County - ownership, taxes, legal info, lot sizes and more.


Budget and finance

View the county budget (proposed, current and previous), audit reports, county salaries and other financial data.

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Clerk and recorder

This is where you register your vehicle, register to vote, get a marriage license or search public records. The clerk and recorder also oversees local elections.

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The coroner reviews and investigates unnatural deaths, as well as some deaths that take place in hospitals or other facilities. The department’s web page explains the coroner’s authority and offers answers to frequently asked questions.


District Attorney

Contact the department for information about victims’ rights, consumer scams, check fraud prevention and other topics. The district attorney’s office prosecutes criminal cases, seeks justice for victims and advocates measures to reduce criminal behavior in Pueblo County. 


Energy, economic development and GIS

The office of economic development and geographic information systems is the place to go for information about energy efficiency programs, small business resources, online maps and geographic information system data.

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Human resources

Start here to apply for a job with the county and learn about employee benefits.

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Human services

The human services department helps with child services; medical, employment, food and cash assistance; and services for veterans, senior citizens and the disabled. The extensive web page provides information about its many programs.


Liquor and marijuana

Contact the department for information about liquor and marijuana licensing.

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Parks and recreation

Get details about the Runyon Field Sports Complex, county parks, recreation centers and sports programs.

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Planning and development

Start here for information about Pueblo County commercial and residential development, building permits, public meetings and more. The Ask a Planner feature allows you to submit specific planning questions and the web page has links to different types of maps, planning FAQs, zoning documents and other information.


Public health

The health department is where to go to get birth and death certificates. It’s also the source for information related to COVID-19 and other public health issues, restaurant inspections and licensing, child care, the WIC program, illegal dumping and other topics related to health and environment.

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Public works

The public works department is responsible for the maintenance and improvement of county transportation infrastructure, parks, buildings, grounds and facilities. 



Contact the treasurer’s office to pay your property taxes, learn about tax lien sales and get answers to questions about property taxes and other related issues.


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