The Montelores Early Childhood Council publishes an e-newsletter that features a message from our Council Coordinator, news about MECC events, local happenings, fun activities and nutritious snacks for kids, and more.
An alternative or adjunct to detention and fines for those convicted of misdemeanors and felonies in Montezuma County. Inter-county referrals are also made. Those convicted are court-ordered to ASP at discretion of judge, and charged a fee to cover program administration. Non-profit organization may request assistance for projects through ASP.
Patrol services to reduce vehicle accidents, injuries, and fatalities on the state’s highways; to reduce alcohol-related vehicular accidents, industries, and fatalities; to ensure the efficient flow traffic; and to provide a secure environment to the public’s activities in Montezuma and Dolores counties. Safety classes, including AA@25, are available on request. Some costs may apply.
Hours (Regular hours in Durango only): 8 AM – 5 PM Monday through Friday
Protection and law enforcement is provided for the citizens of Cortez. Community outreach and educational programs are averrable including bike and other safety issues, career formation, and drug & alcohol information. One week notice needed for preparation of educational programs. CPD participates in prevention programs such as Crime Stoppers, DARE (Drug Awareness Resistance Education), and fingerprinting for children. Any resident of Cortez can receive assistance from CPD.
This program provides a method for anonymous reporting of information pertaining to a crime that has happened or is going to happen in Montezuma and Dolores counties or BLM land within these counties. A reward of up to $100 is possible if the information provided results in an arrest or conviction. This is not a reporting program for crimes in progress. In that case, call 911.