11th Judicial District Colorado

Como - Boreas Pass
Como - Boreas Pass

Park County is the northern-most county in the 11th Judicial District and covers a large geographical area. Park County was established in 1861 - one of Colorado's original counties, and one of the oldest. In its center is a lush valley of ranch land, known as "South Park", and the county features some of the most beautiful mountain scenery in the state. The county seat is Fairplay. The original stone courthouse was built in 1874 and is still standing today.

Bailey and Fairplay are the two main population centers within Park County.

The Park County Combined Courts are at 300 Fourth Street in Fairplay. Our office is located at: 310 Fourth Street, adjacent to the courthouse.

Fairplay Office:

P.O. Box 1206
Fairplay, CO 80440
Ph: (719) 836-2080   Fax: (719) 836-7093
Fairplay District Attorney's Office

Investigations:Investigator Alexander Walker
Felonies in Park County District Court
(Judge Groome):
Deputy District Attorney Steve Sullivan
Traffic/misdemeanors in Park County Court
(Judge Green):
Deputy District Attorney Steve Sullivan
Juveniles in Park County District Court
(Judge Groome):
Deputy District Attorney Steve Sullivan

Park County Sheriff:(719) 836-2494 or "911"
(303) 838-4441 Bailey area
Alma Police Dept:(719) 836-2712 or "911"
Fairplay Police Dept:(719) 836-2622 or "911"
Park County Coroner:(719) 836-4340

South Park from Kenosha Pass
South Park from Kenosha Pass

Monument to Prunes the Burro

Park County is located in central Colorado and spans 2,200 square miles. Community centers include Alma, Bailey, Como, Fairplay, Guffey, Hartsel, Jefferson, Lake George and Shawnee. Alma and Fairplay are the only incorporated towns in the county.

In 1859, gold was discovered in Park County. With the boom, gold and silver mining became a basis for settlement and economy in Fairplay. To this day, mining forms a foundation for history and tourism in the area.