Public Safety

Public Safety


Dial 911 in the event of an emergency!


Cordillera Public Safety at the Divide Gate:
(970) 926-2335

Cordillera Public Safety at the Ranch Gate:
(970) 926-5150

Cordillera Public Safety Administration:
(970) 926-1923

Eagle County Sheriff:
(970) 479-2201

Cordillera’s Public Safety Department provides security and ensures the safety of Cordillera residents, guests, and contractors.

Public Safety agents are available around the clock, staffing access control gates, patrolling streets, and responding to requests and situations within the community. Public Safety personnel are not police officers, but they are highly trained in safety and emergency response situations.

Public Safety is the primary responder to all burglary/intrusion alarms but will not engage if criminal activity is suspected. The Eagle County Sheriff responds to panic alarms and to burglar/intrusion alarms involving potential criminal activity.

Wildlife & Pets

Cordillera Public Safety responds to situations regarding wildlife and/or pets in the community. Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers will be notified if a wildlife concern requires their attention. Eagle County Animal Services enforces County pet regulations, including dangerous animals or leash law violations. The Cordillera Property Owners Association should be contacted for complaints regarding barking dogs, damage to common areas, or other pet-related nuisances.

Eagle County Alerts

Cordillera residents are encouraged to receive Eagle County Alerts (EC Alerts) for emergency notifications, which users can configure based on preferred location, language, and alert categories. Eagle County Alerts are available through two apps that have different capabilities to meet your needs: ReachWell and Everbridge. Find out more at