Kit Carson County
Welcome to the
Kit Carson County Colorado
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Kit Carson County is located on the I-70 corridor in East Central
Colorado near the Kansas border. Encompassing 2,161 square
miles, Kit Carson County is among the State's top livestock,
wheat and corn producing counties. Founded in 1889, its
county seat is located in Burlington, Colorado at the Kit Carson
County Courthouse. 

Home to over 8,000 residents, Kit Carson County's six primary
communities offer a wide range of social and recreational
opportunities including the historic Kit Carson County Carousel
and Museum, Old Town, three golf courses, three public
swimming pools, a number of well equipped community
playgrounds and parks and the annual County Fair and PRCA
Rodeo.



Offices and Extensions:

(719)346-8133

301 - DMV, Recorder or Elections
303 - Court Clerk
304 - Administration, Vital Records, or the Commissioners
306 - Sheriff
307 - Dispatch
308 - Jail
309 - Probation office
310 - Assessor
311 - Treasurer
312 - Victims Advocate or Useful Public Service




Open Records Policy

Currently no bid opportunities at this time

Kit Carson County Marijuana Ordinance for county owned
property


Kit Carson County Marijuana Cultivation Ordinance



The Kit Carson County Office of Emergency Management has
documents to help you in any emergency. Check their page here!


Follow us on Social Media for emergency news and updates!

Public information Office  Sheriff's Office
  











Register your home phone and/or mobile phone to receive notifications in an emergency CodeRED Community Notification Enrollment.



Announcements:

DRINKING WATER WARNING - City of Burlington

CAMPING POLICY: There is no camping at the fairgrounds except during pre-approved events.





 Click here for more information



Kit Carson Fairgrounds is in the East Central Colorado Enterprise Zone! What is an Enterprise Zone?

It is a state designated area in need of economic growth and diversification that provides state income tax credits to investors. For more information, click here.


On, April 1, 2016, the Colorado Senate and House of Representatives took more than 2-1/2 hours of their time to recognize our state's emergency first responders and designate September 27 as "First Responders Appreciation Day."

There are so many dedicated individuals within our community that have given so much back.  In our community much is owed to the volunteers that provide such critical services form the Volunteer Fire Department's, the part time KCCEMS drivers; the Community Ambulance drivers; as well as, the thin Blue line of our County and Local Law Enforcement Officers.

There are a great deal of individuals out there keeping use safe and touching the lives of countless County residents.  We just wanted to say thank you, your effort, your time, your dedication, matter.  What you have done for us matters.  THANK YOU.



 
 

 
 
 
 
 
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