To prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Baca County Commissioners closed the Baca County offices on March 26, 2020. Limited county staff will be in their respective offices to take your calls. Please leave messages or emails and your phone calls or a an email will be returned as quickly as possible. The “ballot drop box” located near the courthouse entrance will be available for property tax payments and license plate renewals and other correspondence, as needed. Please ensure that payment envelopes are sealed. Contact the individual offices for other services.
The Baca County Sheriff’s Office has released a statement regarding the Red Flag Bill, also known as Resolution 19-1177. You can download the statement here to read more:
Download: 19-1177 Red Flag Bill
The Baca County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for a part time position. Position will include training in both Dispatch and the Jail.
- The ideal candidate will be:
- Able to pass a background check
- Able to pass a drug test
- Able to pass a pre-employment test
- Able to work flexible hours, holidays, and weekends
- A team player
- Able to adhere to a strict confidentiality policy
- Able to work with the general public in a professional manner
- At least 18years old
Please call 719-523-4511 with questions or for more information. No previous experience required, training will be provided. Come join a great place to work! Applications can be picked up at the Sheriff’s Office at 265 E. 2nd Ave in Springfield, or can be printed from this link or the Sheriff’s page on the county website. The Baca County Sheriff’s Office is an equal opportunity employer.
The Baca County Sheriff’s office would like to remind the community that we are under a county wide burn ban. Conditions are extremely dry and will take massive amounts of rainfall over extended time to make it safe to burn. Please use extreme caution when outside working on equipment or other activities that could cause sparks.