The Grand County Sheriff's Office believes that every employee is a unique and valuable member of our team. We are committed to developing and sustaining a positive, supportive and encouraging work environment that attracts and retains employees with high integrity and dedication to our community. 

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The Grand County Sheriff’s Office has 63 employees, within 6 divisions: Administration, Patrol, Detentions, Animal Control, Judicial Services, and Dispatch/Communications Center, all overseen by Sheriff Brett Schroetlin.

Shifts & Training

The patrol division currently works a four on three off shift schedule.  Our shifts rotate every six months. We have in-house training throughout the year. We also offer boat, snowmobile, bicycle, DUI patrols, search and rescue, and much more.

Retirement Program

Upon hire, required enrollment in the 401(a) retirement program, with contributions ranging from 3 - 6% of your gross income. This amount is matched by the county and is irrevocable until a new plan agreement is adopted. An optional 457 Retirement Plan is also offered, in addition.

The Grand County Sheriff's Office is looking for dedicated people like you to join our team in the heart of the Colorado High Country! 

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Grand County is located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains just 90 miles west of Denver. The county seat is Hot Sulphur Springs. Grand County is 1,850 square miles in size and has a year-round population of approximately 14,600 people. Because Grand County offers year-round recreation, it is not uncommon to have in excess of 35,000 people on any given weekend, winter, spring, summer, or fall.  


Some of our popular hot spots are Winter Park Resort, Mary Jane Ski Area, Sol Vista Resort, Lake Granby, Shadow Mountain Reservoir, Grand Lake and  Rocky Mountain National Park. Grand County is also known as a “Sportsman’s Paradise.”  Grand County has some of the best big game hunting and fishing within the state of Colorado.