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The prevention of crime is the primary goal of the Eagle County Sheriff's Office. Toward that end, we think it is important to provide citizens with safety tips and information so that they, too, can take a stand against crime. This section provides information for businesses and individuals. To obtain additional information, or to schedule a presentation for your business or organization, please contact the Eagle County Sheriff's Office.
| Residential Safety
Vacation Crime Prevention
| ATM Safety
Bicycle Safety and Laws
| Identity Theft
Minturn is a beautiful city and its location at the base of the foothills makes it a popular place for outdoor enthusiasts, both visitors and residents alike. Since the bike and pedestrian paths get a fair amount of use all year long, it is important for path and trail users to be knowledgeable about proper usage so that everyone who uses them can remain safe.
Ride – Skate – Walk
Who Yields the Trail?
Before passing another trail user, be courteous and make your approach known. A friendly greeting, “Hello, passing on your left,” or ringing a bell is considerate.
Rules of the Road
Bicyclists have all the rights and duties applicable to the driver of any other vehicle and can be penalized for violating traffic laws.
More information, including the complete Colorado Bicycling Manual, is available from the Colorado Department of Transportation.
1) Obey the same traffic signs and symbols that cars obey
2) Never go so fast that you cannot turn or stop safely
3) Look left, right and left again for traffic before entering any roadway
4) Ride single file and to the right
5) Always stop at STOP signs and the curb
6) Keep your bike steady and ride in a straight line. Don’t clown around.
7) Always use hand signals when you stop or make a turn.
8) Always signal with your left hand.
9) Always brake before turning
10) Walk, don’t ride, across busy intersections.
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