South Fork Police Department
100 Silver Thread Lane
PO Box 369
South Fork, Colorado 81154
Phone (719) 873-1040, Fax (719) 873-1052
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It is the mission of the South Fork Police Department to provide the community with efficient, effective and professional law enforcement service, which will enhance and enrich the lives of all its citizens. We will accomplish this mission by living a life of integrity, accepting nothing less than honesty, showing dignity for all. By being dependable, objective and fair in our dealings with the community. We will always accept responsibility for our actions and continue to seek improvement in our professional lives.
South Fork Police Department
Colorado Concealed Weapons Course
A concealed Weapons firearm training course will be offered by the South Fork Police Department on February 23 and 24, 2018. This will be an eight hour course and will satisfy requirements for a concealed firearm carry permit upon successful completion.
Cost: No charge for the course, a range fee, if not a member of Rio Grande Sportsman Club may apply. We do take donations for the range.
When: The course will begin at 6:00 pm on February 23, until 10:00 pm. This will be a classroom study. Bring firearm for inspection. NO AMMUNITION PLEASE. There will be four hours of training in the use and proficiency of a firearm. Saturday February 24, 2018 we will meet at the Rio Grande Sportsman Club at 8:00 am for live fire proficiency.
Where: Friday at the South Fork Community Center, 254 Hwy 149, South Fork, CO 81154. Saturday at the Rio Grande Sportsman Club located between Monte Vista and Del Norte on Highway 160 and Rifle Range Road.
Materials: A modern center fire or rim fire handgun will be acceptable upon completion of a safety and function check by on-site armors. A suitable hip holster will be required for training. No cross draw or shoulder holsters. Thirty (30) rounds of factory practice ammunition. Hearing protection and eye protection will be required. A ball cap, for sun protection, and proper clothing is recommended. Classroom size is limited to TWENTY (20), please register early. Standby registrations will be accepted in the case of cancellations. Please register by bringing or mailing a registration form to the South Fork Police Department or emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions regarding registration please contact Chief Don McDonald, South Fork Police Department at 719-873-1040 or TEXT to (719) 440-8787.
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Department of Motor Vehicle
Vehicle Registration — Rio Grande County Clerk/Recorders Office: (719) 657-3334
Required to change after 30 days to a Colorado driver license after becoming a resident.
DMV, 715 6th St., Alamosa (719) 589-4274
Department of Revenue
The go to site for motor vehicle, taxes and driver information
The South Fork Police Department needs your help, please report all suspicious activity, persons and vehicles in your neighborhood. Together we can make our community safe.
Please be aware of of the Public Health and Safety Ordinance 02-05 regarding trash containers and littering.