Cordillera Public Safety's top priority is maintaining a safe, secure and welcoming environment for all property owners. The dedicated staff gets to know homeowners through community outreach, gatehouse access and general patrols. Public Safety oversees first responder efforts, gate access, traffic and wildlife issues, alarm calls, trash and recycling and ensures compliance with Design Review Board and Covenant compliance.
Public Safety personnel are initial responders, not law enforcement, fire or ambulance staff. The staff receives ongoing training and works closely with public agencies throughout Eagle County for the safety and well-being of our community.
In case of emergency, property owners should always call 911. Cordillera Public Safety is part of a countywide dispatch system; 911 dispatchers will contact the Public Safety along with the appropriate agencies. Eagle County has reverse 911, which allows 911 dispatch to call homes in geographical areas and issue broadcast messages.
Homeowners are requested to sign up for Eagle County alerts and Cordillera-specific emergency alerts. Fill out the Emergency Situation Release, so we can provide the best service in a crisis situation.