Pursuant to HB21-1085, beginning on January 1, 2023 counties are required to issue licenses for secure transportation services, which are intended to help address the transportation needs of individuals experiencing a mental health or behavioral health crisis. Pueblo County has adopted policies and procedures for licensing public and private businesses in Pueblo County that provide transportation services within Pueblo County, with the exception of ambulance agencies, transportation services provided by the state or county department of human services, emergency service patrols and law enforcement. HB21-1085 mandates that Pueblo County issue licenses for secure transportation service businesses as well as issue permits for secure transportation vehicles.
Pueblo County’s Secure Transportation Policy contains further details regarding the applicability of the Policy, the requirements and processes for obtaining secured transportation service licenses and permits, fees and other relevant information and can be found here
Applications for Secure Transportation Service License
Beginning January 1, 2023 secure transportation service providers must obtain a license to operate from Pueblo County. Please click here to access instructions for applying for a license and the application form.
Application for Secure Transportation Vehicle Permit
Beginning January 1, 2023, vehicles utilized to provide secure transportation services must be permitted by Pueblo County to operate. Please click here to access instructions for applying for a vehicle permit and the application form.