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Mesa County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

Crime Statistics

According to the annual Uniform Crime Reporting Data of 2017 published by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Mesa County recorded a total of 216 violent crimes which included 8 robberies, 57 rapes, and 145 aggravated assaults. The county also recorded a total of 1,326 property crimes, of which 274 were burglaries, 911 were larceny-thefts and 23 were arsons. These figures represent an increase in total crimes from 2016, specifically a 20% increase in violent crimes and a 5.41% increase in property crimes.

Criminal Records

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office Records Unit maintains, archives, and processes police records for the county. This unit operates from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. from Mondays through Fridays and is located at

215 Rice Street,
Grand Junction, CO 81501

Interested parties can either request for criminal records in person after completing a Criminal Justice Records Request Form or mail the completed form to:

Mesa County Sheriff's Office
215 Rice Street
Grand Junction, CO 81501

Records cost $2 for the first four pages and an extra 25 cents for each additional page while DVD/CD copies cost $6 per disk. Also, background checks cost $2 and mugshot copies cost $2 for black and white and $3 for color copies. All requestors are required to provide a valid photo ID. Queries can also be directed to (970) 244-3500.

How to Find Sex Offender Information

The Mesa County Sheriff’s office regularly uploads sex offender information to the Sexual Offender Tracking and Registration website which is accessible to all interested parties who wish to obtain information on sex offenders registered in the county. In addition to this, interested parties can also obtain sex offender information from the online sex offender registry which is maintained by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.

How to Find Inmate Information

Interested parties can search for currently incarcerated inmates by utilizing the Inmate Locator portal provided by the Sheriff’s office. Searches can be conducted by first name, last name, or an inmate booking number (if known).

How to Find Jail Information

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office Detentions Division is responsible for handling all jail and inmate related queries. Interested parties who wish to obtain jail information may do so by contacting the division at

215 Rice Street,
Grand Junction, CO

Queries can also be directed to (970) 244-3536. In addition to this, interested parties can fund inmates’ accounts by using the kiosk located in the detention division’s lobby. Inmates’ accounts can also be funded by either calling (866) 345-1884 or online through AccessCorrections.

Court Records

The Mesa County court system consists of multiple district, county and municipal courts. District courts typically have general jurisdiction over all criminal and civil cases.

How to Get Court Records

The Mesa County Court Clerk maintains court records for the county. Interested parties who wish to obtain these records may do so in person at the courthouse located at the Mesa County Justice Center, 125 North Spruce, Grand Junction, CO 81502. Requests for court records can also be mailed to:

Mesa County Combined Court
P.O. Box 20,000-5030
Grand Junction, CO 81502

Interested parties who mail-in requests are required to include a copy of their valid driver’s license, a self-addressed, stamped envelope and either a charge card number or a check with the applicable fees along with their requests.

Certain documents and personal data may be withheld due to confidentiality policies. This may occur with requests for information about cases not involving the requestor. To fully access these records, interested parties are advised to possess a notarized statement from at least one of the individuals named in the case. Interested parties are also advised to be specific, but provide as much information as possible about the records they wish to obtain.

Copies of documents cost 75 cents per page, while certified copies cost an additional $25. There is also a non-refundable request fee of at least $5 per name.

In addition to this, the Colorado Judicial Branch provides access to court records through Interested parties who wish to utilize this service are required to create user accounts before performing searches. This service charges a minimum fee of $2 per search.

Location of the County Courts

Mesa County District Court and County Court,
Mesa County Justice Center
125 North Spruce,
Grand Junction, CO 81502
Phone: (970) 257-3640

Fruita Municipal Court
325 East Aspen Avenue,
Fruita, CO 81521
Phone: (970) 858-8041

Grand Junction Municipal Court
250 North 5th Street,
Grand Junction, CO 81501
Phone: (970) 244-1537

Palisade Municipal Court
175 East 3rd Street,
Palisade, CO 81526
Phone: (970) 464-5602

Where and How to Get Bankruptcy and Property Records

The United States Bankruptcy Courts’ District of Colorado handles all bankruptcy matters for cases filed in Mesa County and maintains records to this effect. Interested parties who wish to access these records should contact the court clerk at
721 19th Street,
Denver, CO 80202
The office opens between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., from Mondays to Fridays. Queries can also be directed to (720) 904-7300.

Parties interested in accessing property records may do so by contacting the office of the Mesa County Assessor located at

544 Rood Avenue,
Grand Junction, CO 81501.
Queries can also be directed to (970) 244-1610. Interested parties can also search for property records online through the County Assessor’s Real Property Public Information Retrieval portal.

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Vital Records

Vital records in the state of Colorado are protected records. However, these records can be obtained by qualified applicants. Mesa County maintains records of births, marriages, divorces and death that occur in the county, and issues copies of these records to qualified interested parties.

How to Get Divorce Records

Parties who wish to obtain copies of divorce records in Mesa County may do so by contacting the Mesa County District Court. Contact information for the court can be gotten above in the Court Records section. It should be noted that certified copies of court documents typically cost $25, which is exclusive of the 75 cents per page cost for copies of court documents and the non-refundable $5 search fee.

How to Get Marriage Records

To obtain copies of marriage records, interested parties should contact the Mesa County Clerk-Recorder at 200 S Spruce Street, Grand Junction, CO 81501. Interested parties are required to complete a Marriage License Request form and also include a copy of a valid photo ID. Queries can be directed to (970) 244-1679.

Copies of recorded documents cost 25 cents per page while certified copies of these records may be obtained for $1 per document. However, it should be noted that additional fees may apply.

How to Get Birth and Death Records

The Mesa County Public Health office maintains and issues birth and death records for the county. Since these records are not public records, the office reviews request applications from interested parties to determine direct and tangible interest. All applicants must have a valid government-issued photo ID. In cases where the applicants’ direct and tangible interests are unclear, interested parties may be required to provide supporting documentation to establish proof of relationship with the registrant.

Interested parties can obtain these records by completing a Birth Certificate Request or Death Certificate Request application at Mesa County Public Health located at

510 29 1/2 Road,
Grand Junction, Colorado 81504
The office opens between 8:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. on Mondays to Thursdays and from 8:00 a.m. to 12 noon on Fridays.

Interested parties can also mail in the completed application form to:
P.O. Box 20,000,
Department 5033,
Grand Junction, CO 81502-5001.

Certified copies of birth and death certificates cost $20 and an extra $13 for each additional copy of the same record. It should be noted that these fees apply even if a records search produces no results. Also, death records are only available from 1910 to the present.