Public Safety Communications


Weld County Regional Communications Center serves as the critical link between first responders and the 325,000 citizens that call Weld County home. The Communications Team handles 9-1-1 calls, non-emergency calls and dispatch services for 43 law, fire and EMS agencies.

The Communications Center is a 10,000 square foot facility that houses 14 state-of-the-art consoles equipped to handle radio communications, telephone communications and computer aided dispatch (CAD) functions. Weld County Regional Communications Center is one of only two communications centers in the State of Colorado that has a fully functioning backup center that allows continuity of operations if there is a major service outage at the main center or the need to relocate operations. The backup center is built to functionally mirror the main center and is the only hot standby backup center in the state.

In October 2016 Weld County Regional Communications Center was re accredited by the International Academy of Emergency Dispatch as an Emergency Medical Dispatch Accredited Center of Excellence. This is one of the highest honors an emergency communications center can achieve and exemplifies Weld County Regional Communications Center's commitment to excellence and creating a culture of continual improvement.


Weld County Regional Communications Center will provide professional public safety communications support to the agencies we serve as we work together to preserve and improve the quality of life for our citizens. This is accomplished through a high level of professional, quality, meaningful and timely customer service internally and externally.


Weld County Regional Communications Center integrates our core values into our daily work efforts to foster a positive organizational culture and to exemplify these values through the services we provide. 

Commitment to Employees and Organization
Customer Service