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Eagle County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Eagle County Arrest Records?

In Eagle County, arrest records are the records of all the arrests that took place within the county. These records contain details of arrests like suspects that were arrested, the crimes that caused the arrest and the arresting agencies. For the county of Eagle, these records are generated by the Eagle County sheriff’s office while at the state level the records are managed and disseminated by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.

Crime Statistics

Law enforcement agencies around the country submit their crime statistics data to the FBI Uniform Crime Reporting Database(UCR). According to the FBI UCR in 2018, Eagle county had 22 cases of violent crime, a 150% increase from 2017. The county also recorded 3 cases of rape the same as 2017. It had 22 cases of aggravated assault, an increase from 7 cases in 2017, and 84 cases of property crime, a decrease of 10.6%.

What are Eagle County Criminal Records?

Criminal records for Eagle county are the records documenting criminal activity within the county. These records will usually contain the name of the offenders, physical descriptions, the crimes they committed, and any prison time that followed. The Eagle County Sheriff’s office is in charge of generating these records for the county. These records can also be obtained from the Colorado Bureau of investigation of the colorado department of public safety.

How Do I Get Criminal Records in Eagle County?

The records can be obtained by filling the application form on the sheriff’s office website and returning the form with the appropriate fee of $5 to the Sheriff’s office. Criminal background checks can also be obtained from the colorado bureau of investigation(CBI). Full details including fees and requirements can be found on the criminal background check request section of the sheriff”s website.

How Do I Find Eagle County Sex Offender Information?

The Eagle county sheriff department provides a link to the sex offender tracking and registration (SOTAR) website. The website contains a search tool that allows users to search for sex offenders within the county using different criteria like name, gender, county, and address. The website also allows users to sign up to receive notifications whenever a registered sex offender moves within a specified distance to their address.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Eagle County Jail?

The Eagle County sheriff's office operates the Eagle county jail which is located at

885 Chambers Ave,
Eagle, CO 81631,

Visitation in Eagle county detention center is strictly non-contact, all visits are conducted using the kiosks in the visitation lobby. Visitation times are daily between the hours of 7:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m., 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m, and 7:30 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. off-site video visitation can also be conducted using the www.inmatecanteen.com system which will require an account and charges a 39 cents per minute fee. On-site visits using the kiosks are set at one 20 minute visit every 48 hours. The off-site video visits are unlimited in the number of visits but each session must be set at 20 minutes

Where and How to Find Eagle County Inmate Information?

To obtain information about an inmate who may be in custody at the Eagle county detention center a requester will need to contact the detention center by phone on (970) 328-8500, extension 5. The requester should be ready to provide information on the inmate that will aid in their request.

What are Eagle County Court Records?

Court records are the official records documenting the court cases that occurred in the county. The records will include all testimony, hearings, depositions, pieces of evidence, ruling, and judgments. Court records for Eagle county can be obtained by contacting the clerk of the court where the case was held. An online search can also be performed using the search recorded documents search page on the county clerks website.

Locations of All the Courts in Eagle County.

Locations and contact details for all the courts in Eagle county Colorado are listed below

Eagle County District Court
Eagle County Justice Center
885 Chambers Avenue,
P.O. Box 597,
Eagle, CO 81631
Phone: (970) 328-6373
Fax: (970) 328-6328

County Court of Eagle County
Eagle County Justice Center
885 Chambers Avenue,
P.O. Box 597,
Eagle, CO 81631
Phone: (970) 328-6373
Fax: (970) 328-6328

Eagle County Court at El Jebel
0020 Eagle County Drive,
Suite B,
Carbondale, CO 81623
Phone: (970) 704-2740(970)
Fax: (970) 704-2782

Avon Municipal Court
Avon Municipal Building
1 Lake Street,
P.O. Box 975,
Avon, CO 81620
Phone:(970) 748-4001
Fax: (970) 949-9139

Basalt Municipal Court
101 Midland Avenue,
Basalt, CO 81621
Phone: (970) 927-4701
Fax: (970) 927-4703

Eagle Municipal Court
200 Broadway,
P.O. Box 609,
Eagle, CO 81631
Phone: (970) 328-9631

Gypsum Municipal Court
50 Lundgren Boulevard,
Gypsum, CO 81637
Phone:(970) 524-7514

Minturn Municipal Court
Minturn Town Center
302 Pine Street,
P.O. Box 309,
Minturn, CO 81645
Phone: (970) 827-5645
Fax: (970) 827-5545

Palmer Lake Municipal Court
42 Valley Cresent,
P.O. Box 208,
Palmer Lake, CO 80133
Phone: (719) 481-2953
Fax: (719) 481-9305

Red Cliff Municipal Court
400 Pine,
P.O. Box 40,
Red Cliff, CO 81649
Phone: (970) 827-5303
Fax: (970) 827-5300

Vail Municipal Court
Vail Municipal Center
75 South Frontage Road,
Vail, CO 81657
Phone: (970) 479-2132
Fax: (970) 477-3412

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What are Eagle County Vital Records?

Vital records in Eagle county are the records of the life events that occur within the county. These include births, deaths, marriages, and divorces. These records can be obtained in person, by mail and can also be ordered online. They can be obtained from the clerk of courts and the county clerk divorce and marriage records respectively and from the vital records office of the county department of public health for birth and death records. Vital records can also be obtained online from the state-licensed online vendor Vitalchek.

Where and How to Get Eagle County Divorce Records.

Divorce records for eagle county can be obtained by contacting the clerk of courts for the district court where the divorce was held. To obtain information about how to request divorce records for the county requesters should contact the clerk of courts of the district court at

Eagle County Justice Center
885 Chambers Avenue,
P.O. Box 597,
Eagle, CO 81631
Phone: (970) 328-6373
Fax: (970) 328-6328

Where and How to Get Eagle County Marriage Records.

Marriage certificates and records can be obtained in Eagle county by contacting the county clerk and recorder. All inquiries and correspondence should be address to the county clerk and recorder at

Clerk & Recorder
P.O. Box 537
500 Broadway, Suite 101
Eagle, Colorado 81631
Phone: (970) 328-8723
Fax: (970) 328-8716

An online search for any recorded documents can also be done on the search documents page of the county clerk and recorder website.

Where and How to Get Eagle County Birth Records.

Birth records for Eagle county can be obtained from the vital records office of the Eagle county department of public health. Birth and death records are known as closed records and will only be issued to family members with proof of relationship, legal representatives, and individuals who can prove tangible interest in such records. Requesters will be required to fill and return the application form obtainable at the office or on the department website. The filled form can either be returned by mail on in person to the office. The form should be accompanied by the fee, a valid photo ID, and where necessary proof of relationship as well. The fee for this record is $20 for the first certified copy and $13 for each additional copy. All mail and inquiries can be referred to

Eagle County
Attn: Vital Records
P.O. Box 660
Eagle, CO 81631
Phone: (970) 328-8840

Where and How to Get Eagle County Death Records.

Eagle county death records can also be obtained from the Eagle county department of health vital records office. As with birth records they can only be issued to individuals who can provide proof of relationship or tangible interest. Requesters are required to fill the application form and return to the office with the fee and a valid ID. the fee for the record is $20 for the first copy and $13 for every extra copy ordered at the same time. The requests can be done by mail or in person. Full details on how to request these records can be found in the vital records section of the Eagle county department of health website.