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Yes. Barking dogs are regulated by Park County Resolutions. In order for Animal Control to take action against the dog’s owner, you need to write a statement detailing the barking dog incident to include specific dates and times, where the dogs live, and who owns them if you know. You must also include your full name, date of birth, residence, mailing address, and a working phone number. This statement can be mailed to the Park County Sheriff’s Office at 1180 County Road 16 or delivered in person. If this is a second or subsequent offense, please call Park County Animal Control at (719) 836-4122 for further information.
There are some exceptions. Certain subdivisions are fenced all the way around their perimeter. Nine-Mile Heights, Pike-San Isabel Village, and Warm Springs are examples. If there are livestock in your subdivision and you believe it is fenced, Animal Control will attempt to locate the owner and can force that owner to move his livestock.