Dispatch Center - 911 and Communications

Rangely Dispatch Personnel

Zack Bean
Zack Bean

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Cheyenne Steele-MacKay
Cheyenne Steele-MacKay

Cheyenne is a Rangely native and loves all things Rangely!  She graduated from Rangely High School in 2015.  She furthered her education at Colorado Northwestern Community College, also in Rangely.  She is a proud Mother of two boys. 

Rangely creates great opportunities for outdoor fun such as hiking, camping, fishing, and hunting, which are Cheyenne’s favorite things to do, especially with her sons.

Cheyenne’s ambition to serve the community was implanted at a very young age as she was very involved with 4-H, FFA, as well as the 2014 Range Call Rodeo Queen.  She has been with Dispatch since 2019 and has loved every second!

Kimber Millard

Dispatcher Kimber Millard is employed as a 911 Dispatcher for the Rangely Police Department.  She started her career with the Town of Rangely in 2020.   She is trained as an emergency services dispatcher and is certified by the state of Colorado as an Emergency Medical Dispatcher.  Dispatcher Millard loves her job and the service which the job provides to the community.

She is a Rangely native and graduated from Rangely High School in 2014.  She also attended college classes at Colorado Northwestern Community College (CNCC).  She is a Certified Nurse Assistant and has completed the training for EMT-basic.  She is married to her best friend Ketchum Millard. Dispatcher Millard & Ketchum have two beautiful children together.

Her work has included various hospitals on the western slope.  While she loved working for these out-of-town facilities, her goal was to remain in Rangely, working in Emergency Services or patient care, while being able to live in her hometown with her husband and two children.  Becoming an Emergency Services Dispatcher has allowed her to meet these goals while serving and helping her hometown community as an Emergency Services Provider.

Dispatcher Millard’s father, Roy Kinney, is a 32-year veteran of Law Enforcement (medically retired) and a 22-year veteran of the County Coroner’s Office (medically retired).  Dispatcher Millard’s mother, Shanna Kinney, is a 37-year veteran of emergency medical care, she is a Critical Care, Flight Certified, Paramedic and serves the community of Rangely as the Ambulance Director.

She loves being a mother and wife and both have helped her to mature and taught her the value of being able to handle high stress situations.  She enjoys fitness workouts to destress and loves having pets and horses.  She is a survivor of violent crime and as such she knows the anguish of those that call for help, which makes her an asset to the agency.   

Bethany Smith

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KayLyn Duke

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Rangely Dispatch and Communications Center

We maintain a modern, 24 hour 911 Dispatch and Communications center.

The following emergency services are provided:
  • Police
  • Fire
  • Ambulance
  • Public announcements by a staff of five civilian employees.
When Calling 911, be prepared to provide Dispatch with the following:
  • Name
  • Address or Location
  • Your Contact Telephone Number
  • Type of Emergency
  • Any related information e.g. Injuries, Weapons, Is the suspect still on scene...
  • Nearest intersection or any other information that will assist officers


The Rangely Police Department and the Rio Blanco County Sherriff's Office will be implementing a new Emergency Notification System through Swift Reach. To Sign up for the Alerts in Rangely and Rio Blanco County please register through the link below. If you have any questions please call the RPD at (970) 675-8466. Thank you.