Open Records Request Process

Colorado Open Records Act (CORA)

The Colorado Open Records Act, (CORA) C.R.S. ยง 24-72-201 to 206, provides that all public records shall be open for inspection by any person at reasonable times, except as provided in part 2 or as otherwise specifically provided by law. It is the intention of South Park Ambulance District (SPAD) to apply this ACT in a uniform and reliable manner to comply with its provisions. Records requests or requestors that cite the federal Freedom of Information Act shall be treated as though they were made pursuant to the Colorado Open Records Act. Costs may be assessed for a records request as detailed in the enabling SPAD Resolution.



for Submitting Public Records Requests

To request records under CORA, please complete and email the Public Records Request form (below). Most records requests will be fulfilled within three business days. If extenuating circumstances prevent a three-day turnaround, staff will provide a timing estimate.
Colorado Crisis Services

If you or someone you know is in crisis, get confidential and immediate support, 24/7/365,
by calling Colorado Crisis Services. Toll Free: 1-844-493-(TALK) 8255


Driving change

SPAD improves access to care through regional collaboration, improving access to behavioral health and other services to marginalized and geographically isolated populations.


Retail marijuana is legal in Colorado. The effects of marijuana use can be different for everyone. The effects of usage at high altitude need to be considered.

Station Construction

Our new Michigan Creek Station, located between Jefferson and Como on US 285, is open and fully staffed! Take an in-depth look at the process and view photos of each step of the construction.