The San Miguel County Attorney’s Office provides legal counsel and representation to the Board of County Commissioners as well as to other county officials, boards and departments.
The County Attorney’s Office, which serves as general legal counsel for the various county officials and departments, does not provide legal advice or representation to private citizens.
Questions about Criminal Cases in San Miguel County
The County Attorney’s Office does not prosecute or defend persons charged with Colorado Criminal Code or Colorado Traffic Code offenses.
- The District Attorney’s Office for the Seventh Judicial District is responsible for the prosecution of persons charged with crimes, including traffic offenses, within San Miguel County.
- The Office of the Colorado State Public Defender may be able to assist with defending persons charged with crimes.
Aldasoro PUD Impact Fee/ADU Buyout Refund Application
San Miguel County has announced that it will issue refunds to affected Aldasoro property owners for the previous two years, consistent with State statute. Some Aldasoro Planned Unit Development property owners were assessed in error for already-mitigated impact fees, and for improperly-applied deed restrictions on Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU). Other property owners in the Aldasoro PUD who paid fees prior to April 5, 2021 and feel they may be due refunds can fill out an application at bit.ly/3OeYdW6. The deadline is Tuesday, October 31 at 5 p.m.