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YCSO Foothills substation re-opening

YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY) - The Yuma County Sheriff's Office (YCSO) announces its Foothills Substation located at 13190 E. South Frontage Rd. has officially re-opened to the public.

Public Affairs Specialist Tania Pavlak explains, "The substation has been closed since March 26, 2020, due to COVID-19 precaution and remained closed due to shortages of administrative personnel."

However, as of Monday, that closure has finally come to an end.

Services once again available to the public:

  • Fingerprints by appointment only (scheduled between 9–11 a.m.)
  • Civil Process Service
  • Public Record/Report Request
  • Criminal History Record Check
  • Vacation Notifications
  • Payment of Delinquent Taxes for Personal Property
  • Prescription Drug Take-Back Program

Online forms are still accessible at the YCSO website.

Lt. Sam Pavlak said this morning some people just came in to say hi, and that it's nice to see some people back at the substation.

"It’s nice to have this re-open and have the public available to come in, talk to us, sit down, express some of their concerns, and offer this service to them," Pavlak said.

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