Town of Ault

A Unique Little Town


The Ault Police Department is responsible for law enforcement coverage for the Town of Ault and the Town of Pierce providing 24 hour operations to assist you. Business office hours are Monday though Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm excluding weekends and holidays. For non-emergency calls the Police Department can be reached at (970) 834-1336. For emergency calls please dial 9-1-1.  To contact the on duty officer after 5:00pm, contact Weld County Communications at (970) 356-1212.



The Ault Police Department's mission is to enhance the quality of life within the Town of Ault by working closely with citizens in the development and delivery of professional police services.

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Starting November 14, 2016, the Ault Police Department will be offering Certified VIN Inspections by appointment only. You can contact the Police Department at 970-834-1336 to schedule an appointment. Certified VIN Inspections will be offered Monday through Friday afternoons starting at 3:00pm at the Ault Police Department.  



If you need to request a police report, click on the above title "RECORDS REQUEST," download the attached file, print out and complete the form. Bring completed form with your identification to the Ault Police Department.

Fees: $5.00 for the first 5 pages and $.25 for each additional page.




Chief of Police - Rich Strang  -



Detective Patrick Bobo  -


Officer Aaron Herrington  -

Officer Dakota Germer  -

Officer Ryan Shippy  -  

Officer Josh Dreher  -


Officer Mark Bosley  -

Officer Ryan Schott  -

Officer Clint Emmons  -

Officer Dakota Meabon -

Officer Erin Alvarez -

Officer Thomas Nissen -


Police Clerk / Records Clerk

Kendra Quintana -





If you have a compliment or complaint from a contact with an officer or any member of the department, please call (970) 834-1336 and ask to speak with Chief Rich Strang. Your identity and information will be kept confidential unless further action is requested.



6.04.020 - Control Required - Running at Large Prohibited

A dog shall be considered running at large when it is neither on the premises of the owner, harborer, or keeper, nor under the owner's, harborer's, or keeper's control by a leash ten (10) feet or less in length, attached to the dog and held by or tied to a person.

8.08.030 - Weed Growth, Undesirable Plants, and Trash Accumulation

The existence within the Town on any lot, block, or parcel of land of noxious weeds, undesirable plants or of any weeds and obnoxious growths over twelve (12) inches in height, or of a size of maturity to affect the health or comfort of the inhabitants of the Town is herby declared to be a public nuisance. The accumulation of trash, (trash means glass, metal and paper, building materials, and any and all other forms of refuse), on any lot, block, or parcel of land within the Town, is declared to be a public nuisance.

Section 1203 - Parking or storing of restricted vehicles in residential zones

'Restricted Vehicles' are boats, all-terrain vehicles and snowmobiles, whether on trailers or not; trailer coaches; mobile homes; trailers; detached pickup campers; semitrailers; trucks or truck-tractors; or parts of such vehicles. No RESTRICTED VEHICLE shall be parked or stored upon the streets or alleys in any residentially zoned area, EXEPT: Temporary parking of vehicles used for loading or unloading of personal goods or property for a period not to exceed twenty-four (24) hours or temporary parking of passenger vehicles, such as automobiles and pickup trucks, with attached trailers, campers or boats for a period not to exceed seventy-two (72) hours.