Lost and Found
The CSU Police Department houses the University’s primary lost and found. The front desk is located on the west side of Green Hall, 750 S Meridian Ave, just off of the half circle drive. All found property should be brought to the front desk without delay to aid in a successful return to owner. Contact our office at (970) 491-7695 to inquire about lost property.
While we do house the primary lost and found, there is often an uncontrollable delay in custody of found property being handed over to the department. If the CSU Police Department does not have your lost property, try the secondary options on the right side of this page.
Items of Value
Items of value are likely to have been reported to the police as lost or stolen and may include wallets, currency, credit cards, electronics, passports, and identification. These items should be turned into our lost and found without delay.
If you are unable to bring an item to our facility you may call the Dispatch Center at (970) 491-6425 and request that a police officer assist you. Please note that due to other priority calls the officer response may be delayed.
RamCards and Student/Staff ID's
All RamCards that are turned over to the CSU Police Department are sent to the RamCard office unless attached to another item such as a wallet or keys. The RamCard office can be reached at (970) 491-2344.
If your bike is missing:
- If your bike is deemed abandoned, found parked in a forbidden area, found locked to anything other than a bike rack, or impedes disability access, your bike may have been impounded. See the rules and regulations booklet. Call our office at (970) 491-7695 if you believe your bike was impounded.
- All impounded bikes are held for a minimum of twenty-five (25) days before being relinquished to Surplus Property.
- If you believe your bicycle was stolen you may report the stolen bike online and an officer will contact you. If you prefer reporting by phone you may call dispatch at (970) 491-6425.