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The Clear Creek County Animal Services Division serves the citizens of Clear Creek County by helping to ensure the safety and well-being of its residents and their pet animals through the enforcement of County Resolutions, State Statutes and education.  ( see Resolution No. 09-45).
Our responsibilities include: the humane capture and treatment of unwanted or stray animals, investigation of animal abuse, neglect or cruelty, and the provision of emergency transportation and care of injured animals within Clear Creek County. We also investigate animal bites, nuisance animals, unlicensed domestic pets, and aggressive animals.

For more information, feel free to contact us at: 303-679-2398.  

For immediate assistance, please call the Clear Creek County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch Center at: 303-679-2393. 

Clear Creek County Animal Services also works with the Clear Creek Animal Response Team (C.C.A.R.T.) whose purpose and concern is for the welfare of domestic animals in emergency situations. C.C.A.R.T. assists firefighters in the evacuation of smaller companion animals in the event of wild fire, toxic spill, or other natural or manmade disasters that may occur in Clear Creek County. For more information on how to register your animals with C.C.A.R.T., what we do or how to volunteer, please click on the following links:

About the CCART Animal Response Team                    

Animal Location Form and Release                     
 
How to Volunteer for CCART (Clear Creek Animal Response Team)      



Contact Us
Rick Albers
Sheriff
Email

405 Argentine St.
PO Box 2000
Georgetown, CO 80444

Ph: (303) 679-2376
Fx: (303) 679-2447