Deputies within the Patrol Services Unit are guided by the Eagle County Sheriff’s Office mission statement:
||”Our mission is to promote, maintain and, when necessary, restore a sense of peace in our communities and among our citizens.”
Patrol deputies provide law enforcement services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to the residents of unincorporated Eagle County including Eagle-Vail, Burns, Edwards, El Jebel, Bond, McCoy and Dotsero, as well as to the towns of Gypsum and Red Cliff. Members of Patrol Services strive to control crime and improve the quality of life within our community.
Enforcement of laws includes:
Patrol Service areas: Unincorporated areas of Eagle County are patrolled by officers assigned to each District, including some Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) areas. All districts border each other. The districts and the areas covered in each are described below:
- District 1 - Area covered is east of Edwards to the top of Vail Pass (Summit County line) to Tennessee Pass on U.S. Hwy 24 (Lake County line). Communities included are Avon, Beaver Creek, Vail, Red Cliff, Gilman and Eagle-Vail.
- District 2 - Area covered is from Edwards west to approximately MM 156 on U. S. Hwy 6 and MM 153 on I -70 to the Routt and Grand county line north of McCoy on U.S. Hwy 131. Communities included are Edwards, Wolcott, Lake Creek, Squaw Creek, Cordillera, Bond and McCoy.
- District 3 - Area covered is from MM 156 on U.S. Hwy 6 and MM 153 on I -70 west to the Garfield county line at Glenwood Canyon. Communities included are Eagle, Gypsum, Dotsero, Brush Creek, Sylvan Lake, Colorado River Road and Burns.
- District 4 - Area covered is from the Garfield County line east to Pitkin County. Communities included are El Jebel, Basalt, Frying Pan Rd, Ruedi Reservoir, and Missouri Heights.