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We want Gilpin Residents comments on our Pre-Disaster Mitigation Plan Update. You can access the document at Also, hard copies can be viewed at the Community Center, Gilpin Library, and the county offices in Central City at the old courthouse. COMMENTS MUST BE RECEIVED BY MAY 13, 2016. Send comments to or call 303-515-4321. THANK YOU for your participation.

Fire Restrictions Cancelled

Effective Tuesday, 10/06/15 at 3:00 p.m. the #FireRestrictions for #GilpinCounty have been cancelled.


CENTRAL CITY PARKWAY CLOSED 07/17/15 8am-noon and 07/18/15 8am-5pm for the Pit Rally Event.

Gilpin County Sheriff Looking for Robbery Suspect

Gilpin County Sheriff’s Office is trying to identify and gather information on a suspect involved in an aggravated #robbery at the #Coyote Liquor Store, 5312 Highway 119, on April 11, 2015 @ 8:40 p.m. The suspect is identified as a white male; 5’8″ – 6’1″; approx. 200 lbs; wearing blue jeans, dark color boots, blue jacket with tan or gray hood, and sunglasses. If you have any information regarding this incident, please contact Investigator Bob Enney or Investigator Jeff Collins at 303-582-1060.

Fraud Cases On The Rise

FraudThe Sheriff’s Office is experiencing a significant increase in fraud cases. For best tips & practices to protect yourself visit:



REMINDER – CodeRED test launch will start promptly at 10am today. If you haven’t received a message within 30 minutes, please call 303-582-5214.


On 3/30 at 10am, the Sheriff’s Office will be conducting a TEST of the #CodeRED system. To register or more info go to and click on the  CodeRED box.

UPDATE – Dog Injured in Black Hawk House Fire OK

The dog, Niko, that was injured in the house fire at 412 Chalet Drive, Black Hawk, CO on November 30th  and was promptly taken to the Nederland Veterinarian Clinic by an off-duty Gilpin County Sheriff’s Office deputy, is reported to be in good condition and is expected to make a full recovery. The veterinarian at the clinic is crediting the deputy with saving the dogs life by his quick actions. The sheriff’s office has been unable to verify information that a second dog was in the residence.

Information obtained by Gilpin County Sheriff’s Office investigators has confirmed that the house fire at 412 Chalet Drive, Black Hawk, CO on November 30th was caused by a butane hash oil extraction process. The investigation is continuing.


Happy HalloweenThe Gilpin County Sheriff’s Office want to wish everyone a happy, fun and safe Halloween. Be safe by following these  safety tips.

Central City Parkway ReOpened

08/15/14 @3:30 p.m. – Effective immediately the Central City Parkway is re-opened for one lane of travel in each direction.