The ACO unit deals ONLY with calls in the unincorporated parts of the county.
If you live inside the city limits of your town, contact your local police department or your town hall for animal-related problems. As a general rule, if your city or town has a mayor, then our ACO doesn't handle calls in your town.
Areas and towns not covered by Weld County ACO include:
Ault, Brighton, Broomfield, Dacono, Eaton, Erie, Evans, Firestone, Frederick, Ft. Lupton, Gilcrest, Greeley, Grover, Hudson, Johnstown, Keenesburg, Kersey, La Salle, Lochbuie, Longmont, Mead, Milliken, New Raymer, Northglenn, Nunn, Pierce, Platteville, Severance, Thornton, Windsor
The towns not covered by Weld ACO’s will have an animal control officer, an appointed person to handle animal calls or calls will be handled by any on-duty police officer. If the town person in unavailable, the duty falls to the mayor.
Weld County ACO does cover the following unincorporated towns:
(As well as many other subdivisions and developments throughout the county.)
Barnesville, Briggsdale, Carr, Camfield, Deerfield, Gill, Galeton, Hardin, Masters, Peckham, Prospect Valley and Wattenberg