In accordance with Chief Justice Order Regarding COVID-19 and Operation of State Courts, the 4th Judicial District will be operating on an emergency basis and only offering essential services ordered by the Chief Justice or Chief Judge.
As a result of public health preparations to prevent the spread of COVID-19, most services at both the El Paso County and Teller County courthouses are closed for regular business. Please refer to the accompanying list for instructions on how to contact the court.
Parties to certain proceedings, to include attorneys, witnesses, victims, law enforcement and press:
If the aforementioned applies but you have been diagnosed with COVID-19 or have been in contact with someone exposed to COVID-19 in the last 14 days follow the instructions below:
Information regarding our operating status, including services available remotely, will be posted on our website.
If you have general questions regarding a case or matter, please use the contact information below.
For Probationers – call your Probation Officer directly, email your Probation Officer at email@example.com or call or email the Probation Department at 719-452-5900 or firstname.lastname@example.org. When leaving a message, please indicate the level of urgency of your situation. Due to a high volume of calls and emails, please allow 24 hours for a response before contacting us again.
Those with a collection or payment matter can call (719) 452-5303 and leave a message, and someone will call you back.
Until further notice, the court will permit persons to wear surgical masks and gloves in court and probation buildings if they so desire. Persons may also bring small plastic containers of hand sanitizer into court and probation buildings.