The Town of Erie is taking the appropriate measures to ensure the health and well-being of its employees and citizens. To that end, the Erie Municipal Court is open for virtual court.
As we strive to keep everyone healthy and safe, all Court processes and hearings will take longer than usual. Please be patient and mindful when appearing for court.
The Erie Municipal Court will be holding virtual court for December 2020. Please email the Municipal Courts for any questions you may have firstname.lastname@example.org. Court Staff will need your email address in order to send out the link to virtual court, you may send an email now otherwise you will be contacted by the Court Staff before your court date.
Town Receives National Award The National Association of Town Watch presented t…
Town Receives National Award
The National Association of Town Watch presented the Erie Police Department with an award recognizing the outstanding participation in ‘America’s Night Out Against Crime’ on August4, 2020. Due to the pandemic, rather than hosting a traditional cook-out, the Police Department organized a ‘Police Popsicle Parade’ event. Along the parade route, officers, firefighters, emergency medical service, and Waste Connections met briefly with residents at nine local parks and maintained 6 feet of social distance while wearing masks.
Town of Erie – Activities : Build Your Own Snowman Party Kit
The weather outside might be frightful, but this activity is so delightful! ☃️ Make a snowman at home or in one of our parks anytime between February 1-28 (snow dependent), and submit a photo of your snowman recreating outdoors to us! 📷Snowmen photos will be voted on, and a prize given to the family with the most votes! Kits are limited. Register today and pick up your very own “build your own snowman kit”! ⤵ www.amilia.com/store/en/erierec/shop/activities/3081163
Coexisting with Coyotes Erie is no stranger to coyote sightings. These clever c…
Coexisting with Coyotes
Erie is no stranger to coyote sightings. These clever canids have readily adapted to our food and habitat-rich environments.
As sightings begin to rise, we would like to take a moment toshare some reminders to help avoid coyote encounters in your neighborhood. Please share these tips with your children and neighbors.
• Keep pets on a leash when walking
• Pick up small pets if confronted by a coyote
• Do what you can to discourage a coyote’s approach – yell, stomp your feet, throw small rocks or sticks
• Always supervise your pet when outside, especially at dawn and dusk
• Never leave cats or dogs outside after dark
• Don’t leave food or water outside for pets
• Keep your pets up to date on vaccinations
If you encounter a coyote behaving aggressively, or a coyote attack we urge you to contact our dispatch at 303-441-4444. Ask to speak with an officer, who will forward the details to the Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
For information on how to minimize coyote encounters visit: https://www.erieco.gov/265/Coyotes-FAQs.
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