Coyotes are a fact of life in our area: they have adapted well to living in this environment and their numbers can't be impacted over the long-term by attempts to control or reduce their population. Under State regulations, coyotes can't be relocated to other areas. However, communities can safely coexist with coyotes if they are given the right tools.
Town staff has researched coyote issues and met with other regional agencies to share ideas on the topic. The Town implemented a Coyote Management Plan
that offers solutions that can be implemented to reduce fear and conflicts people may have with coyotes and prescribes the Town's response when coyote activity could pose a safety risk to people. If you have questions about how to deal with coyotes in your area, please contact the Colorado Division of Wildlife or refer to their Web site
The following are useful guides to coexisting with coyotes:
Coyotes - Learning to Live Together
Commonly Asked Questions
Exclusions, Deterrents and Repellents
Coyote Home Audit Checklist