Below are helpful links to COVID-19 Information
This is a time for all communities, families, and individuals to focus on preparing, not panicking. We must work together to protect those in our community who are most at risk of severe disease, particularly the elderly and people with underlying health conditions.
The Alamosa Police Department has closed the in-person request window at the Police Department (425 4th Street) to adhere to social distancing recommendations and to minimize exposure to COVID-19. You can help maximize our accessibility to you during these restrictions by making requests for police reports via email, mail, or phone.
- Dispatch non emergency line: 719-589-5807
- Police Department office line: 719-589-2548
Click for Self-Report Forms
The Alamosa Municipal Court remains open and dockets are still to proceed as scheduled. However, we understand the concern about COVID-19 and request the following:
For those who are scheduled to appear for Court, the following will apply:
- Social distancing is encouraged and courtroom access will be limited to only those who are required to be there. (i.e., Defendant, Witnesses, Attorneys). All others will not be permitted in and should stay home or wait outside City Hall.
- If any scheduled defendants have concerns regarding exposure to COVID-19, they may request to continue their case or appear by telephone. Please contact the court at (719) 589-2272.
PLEASE DO NOT COME TO THE MUNICIPAL COURT IF:
- You have been diagnosed with COVID-19 and you have not received a subsequent test confirming that you are currently virus-free;
- You have been in direct contact with someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 within the past fourteen days;
- You are experiencing any signs of illness including: fever, cough, shortness of breath, or any other respiratory illness symptoms.
If any of these criteria apply, please call the Clerk’s Office at (719) 589-2272 to reschedule your court date or request to appear by telephone if you are not represented by an attorney. If you are represented by an attorney, contact your attorney to file a request for a continuance or a telephone appearance.
If you are subpoenaed as a witness in a case, please contact the attorney or party issuing the subpoena to explain the circumstances and discuss the options available.
Updates on court operations will be posted at: www.cityofalamosa.org/departments/municipal-court
We will keep you up-to-date on City closings, should they occur, here
Starting May 1st, 2020, some businesses may open with restrictions. Please examine the following documents for more information:
- Guidance for Places of Worship CLICK HERE
- Colorado Liquor Enforcement Division Notice Guidance Regarding LED Response to COVID-19 CLICK HERE
- Multi-Industry Construction Guidance CLICK HERE
- CDPHE-Order-20-24-50-workplace-reduction CLICK HERE
- Colorado COVID-19 information, including current Public Health Orders, CLICK HERE
- Executive Order D 2020 011 Temporary Suspension of Enforcement on On-Premise Retailed Licensees and Breweries, CLICK HERE
- City Closures March 17, 2020 NEWS RELEASE CLICK HERE
As the COVID – 19 outbreak evolves, The City of Alamosa is following recommendations from the CDC to limit and slow the spread of the virus. Based on current recommendations from the CDC, all organized recreation and library programming, including youth sports practices and games, and adult fitness/cultural enrichment classes, are temporarily suspended until further notice starting immediately on Monday, March 16, 2020. We encourage you to make the best choice about using a public space, especially if you’re in an at-risk category or caring for someone in an at-risk category. Thank you for your help in caring for our community.
City of Alamosa: Disaster Proclamation
City of Alamosa: COVID-19 Preparedness
Alamosa County: Alamosa County Public Health
Local information about cases and how to contact a physician: San Luis Valley Health
State-wide guidance and general COVID-19 information: Colorado Department of Health