Communications

One Mission - One Department - Many Partners



Routt County Communications Mission is to provide 911 services and public safety radio communications with a professional, courteous, and well trained staff that consistently does the right thing at the right time for the right reason.

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Media Release



Routt County Recognizes April as 911 Education Month



Who is Routt County Communications?


Routt County Communications (RCC) is a consolidated PSAP (Public Safety Answering Point) providing public safety communication services for over 30 agencies in Routt County, including local and county law enforcement, emergency medical services, fire protection, Colorado Division of Wildlife, Colorado State Parks, and local and county public works.
Routt County Communications is the PSAP for county-wide Enhanced 911 emergency phone service. Routt County Communications is also the non-emergency telephone answering point for public safety / service agencies including after hours telephone and paging services for over 250 members of various state, county, and local agencies. The Communications Center provides criminal history access to local, state, and federal computerized records. Together, all functions provide coordinated communications of critical public safety agencies and resources in Routt County.

Records Requests


Routt County Communications will provide records relating to 9-1-1, non-emergency telephone calls and other calls for service to Attorneys, user agencies, and the general public. Use the link to the form below to submit your request.

Records Request Form

Emergency Notification System


Routt County has engaged a new provider for our Mass Notification System, effective August 1, 2017. 

Please visit Routt County Alerts to sign up for our emergency notification system, Everbridge.