This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with a follow up message for Glen Haven. Officials have lifted the voluntary evacuations for The Retreat subdivision in Glen Haven. County Road 43 has also been reopened; however, Streamside Dr will be closed at County Road 43. The condition of Streamside Dr and roads coming off of it are hazardous and impassable in areas. Thank you for your cooperation.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with a follow up message for The Retreat subdivision in Glen Haven. The imminent threat for flooding to lower Streamside Dr, Corner Ct, Black Creek Dr, Copper Hill Rd, Saddle Ct, Fishermans Ln, Sheep Ln, and Miller Fork Rd from Copper Hill Rd to Bulwark Ridge Dr is being downgraded to a voluntary evacuation. County Road 43 remains closed from Drake to the switchbacks until further notice. Crews are working in the area to ensure the roadways are passable and safe. Thank you for your continued cooperation.

There is widespread flash flood activity throughout Larimer County. If you live along creeks, streams or rivers in the Cameron Peak burn area, please be aware of your surroundings and use extreme caution. If necessary, act quickly to protect your life and climb to higher ground.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with an emergency message. Dangerous flooding is occurring in The Retreat
subdivision in Glen Haven to include: lower Streamside Dr, Corner Ct, Black Creek Dr, Copper Hill Rd, Saddle Ct, Fishermans Ln, Sheep Ln, and Miller Fork Rd from Copper Hill Rd to Bulwark Ridge Dr in Glen Haven. Immediately reach higher ground by any means necessary. Avoid areas subject to flooding including dips, low spots, ditches, etc. and do not attempt to cross flowing streams or creeks. If driving, be aware that the road may not be intact under flood waters. Never drive through flooded roadways – turn around and go another way. If your vehicle stalls, leave it immediately and seek higher ground.

County Road 43 is being closed from Drake to the switchbacks by Glen Haven.

To view a map of the affected area, please visit nocoalert.org. For updates, text the word LCEVAC to 888777 from your cell phone. We will communicate evacuation information to that key word as needed. You may also text the word FLOOD2021 to 888777 from your cell phone to receive information on flooding in Larimer County. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger.

The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Warning for south central Larimer County until 345 PM MDT. Flash flooding caused by thunderstorms in the areas of Glen Haven, Drake, Pennock Pass and Cedar Cove. Additional locations include: Box Prairie, Upper Buckhorn along County Road 44H, Moondance Way, Stringtown Gulch, Big Bear, Lower Buckhorn on County Road 27 above Masonville, Crystal Mountain, The Retreat and Storm Mountain.

Heavy Rainfall will cause flash flooding of small creeks, streams, and ditches in the affected part of the Cameron Peak burn area. Rock slides or debris flows can also be expected across rural roads. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS: Move to higher ground now. Act quickly to protect your life.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with a follow up message for County Road 44H. Officials are keeping this area of County Road 44H from Pennock Pass to County Road 27 as voluntary evacuations. County Road 44H is passable at this time for evacuations only. Residents who have not evacuated voluntarily are encouraged to plan accordingly. Roadblocks are still in place at County Road 44H and County Road 27 and County Road 44H and County Road 63E. Travel is still hazardous and resources are working in the area so use caution. Thank you for your continued cooperation.

The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Warning for Northwestern Larimer County until 3 pm MDT. Heavy rainfall will cause flash flooding in the following locations: Kinikinik, Bellaire Lake, Peterson Creek, Sheep Creek, Cache La Poudre River, Laramie River, Manhattan Creek, Elkhorn Creek, Dry Creek, Brinker Creek, Roaring Creek, Killpecker Creek and South Lone Pine Creek.

Flash flooding is ongoing or expected to begin shortly. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS…Move to higher ground now. Act quickly to protect your life.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with a follow up message for Glen Haven. Officials have downgraded to voluntary evacuations for the Retreat subdivision in Glen Haven. Weather conditions have improved for tonight, however, similar weather is expected tomorrow. Please stay informed of the changing weather patterns for your safety. The roadblocks on County Road 43 have been removed. Travel to the area tonight may be hazardous, use caution. Thank you for your cooperation.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s office with a follow up message for County Road 44H. Officials have downgraded the area to voluntary evacuations for County Road 44H from Pennock Pass to County Road 27. For citizens that evacuated the area, many areas of County Road 44H are impassable and roadblocks are still in place at the intersections of County Road 44H and County Road 27, and County Road 44H and County Road 63E. Travel to the area tonight may be hazardous, use caution. The Office of Emergency Management will be conducting road assessments in the morning. Thank you for your cooperation.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with a follow up message. Officials have lifted the voluntary evacuations along Highway 14 from mile marker 80 to mile marker 92. Highway 14 has been reopened. Those that received the notifications along County Road 27 south of County Road 44H down to Bobcat Ridge may also return to their homes. Weather conditions have improved for tonight, however similar weather is expected tomorrow. Please stay informed of the changing weather patterns for your safety. Thank you for your cooperation.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with an emergency message. Dangerous flooding is occurring on County Road 27 south of County Road 44H south down to Bobcat Ridge. Immediately reach higher ground by any means necessary. Avoid areas subject to flooding including dips, low spots, ditches, etc. and do not attempt to cross flowing streams or creeks. If driving, be aware that the road may not be intact under flood waters. Never drive through flooded roadways – turn around and go another way. If your vehicle stalls, leave it immediately and seek higher ground.

To view a map of the affected area, please visit nocoalert.org. For updates, text the word LCEVAC to 888777 from your cell phone. We will communicate evacuation information to that key word as needed. You may also text the word FLOOD2021 to 888777 from your cell phone to receive information on flooding in Larimer County. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with an emergency message. There is the potential for flooding in the area south of County Road 44H along County Road 27 south to Bobcat Ridge, west to Crystal Mountain Road. Voluntary evacuations are advised for residents and business occupants if they are concerned for their safety, feel they need additional time to exit the area, or have health conditions that may be aggravated by this incident. Please travel south if you choose to leave the area.

You are encouraged to move livestock and pets out of the area and to prepare for mandatory evacuations. You are also encouraged to move valuables to a higher floor inside your home or business. If you choose to evacuate, secure your home or business and take what you need in case you are away for an extended period.

Avoid areas already flooded, especially if water is flowing fast. Do not attempt to cross flowing streams and never drive through flooded roadways. To view a map of the evacuation area, please visit nocoalert.org. For updates, text the word LCEVAC to 888777 from your cell phone. We will communicate evacuation information to that key word as needed. You may also text the word FLOOD2021 to 888777 from your cell phone to receive information on flooding in Larimer County. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with an emergency message. Dangerous flooding is occurring in the Retreat subdivision in Glen Haven. Immediately reach higher ground by any means necessary. Avoid areas subject to flooding including dips, low spots, ditches, etc. and do not attempt to cross flowing streams or creeks. If driving, be aware that the road may not be intact under flood waters. Never drive through flooded roadways – turn around and go another way. If your vehicle stalls, leave it immediately and seek higher ground.

To view a map of the affected area, please visit nocoalert.org. For updates, text the word LCEVAC to 888777 from your cell phone. We will communicate evacuation information to that key word as needed. You may also text the word FLOOD2021 to 888777 from your cell phone to receive information on flooding in Larimer County. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with an emergency message. Dangerous flooding is occurring on County Road 44H east of Pennock Pass. County Road 44H is washed out approximately 6 miles west of County Road 27 and the rain continues in that area. Immediately reach higher ground by any means necessary. Avoid areas subject to flooding including dips, low spots, ditches, etc. and do not attempt to cross flowing streams or creeks. If driving, be aware that the road may not be intact under flood waters. Never drive through flooded roadways – turn around and go another way. If your vehicle stalls, leave it immediately and seek higher ground.

To view a map of the affected area, please visit nocoalert.org. For updates, text the word LCEVAC to 888777 from your cell phone. We will communicate evacuation information to that key word as needed. You may also text the word FLOOD2021 to 888777 from your cell phone to receive information on flooding in Larimer County. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger.

7.30/21 at 445 pm National Weather Service has extended the Flash Flood Warning. Flash Flood Warning until 630pm. 1-2.5 inches of rain in the area. Flash flooding is ongoing or expected to begin shortly. HAZARD…Flash flooding caused by thunderstorms.
Some locations that will experience flash flooding include…Pennock Pass, Box Prairie, Poudre Springs and Upper Pingree Park Road. Monumnet Gulch, lower Pingre Park Rd, Crystal Park, Crystal Moutain, Upper Buckhorn along 44H, Moondance, Stringtown Gulch, Big Bear, The Retreat, Storm Mountain, Glen Haven and Masonville.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS…Move to higher ground now. Act quickly to protect your life. Be aware of your surroundings and do not drive on flooded roads. THIS IS A LIFE THREATENING SITUATION! Heavy Rainfall will cause
extensive and severe flooding of creeks, streams, roads and culverts in the affected part of the Cameron Peak burn area. Rock slides or debris flows can also be expected across roads in the warning area.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with an emergency message. There is the potential for flooding along Highway 14 from mile marker 80 to mile marker 92 (Shady Rest Lane east to Indian Meadows). Voluntary evacuations are advised for residents and business occupants if they are concerned for their safety, feel they need additional time to exit the area, or have health conditions that may be aggravated by this incident.

You are encouraged to move livestock and pets out of the area and to prepare for mandatory evacuations. You are also encouraged to move valuables to a higher floor inside your home or business. If you choose to evacuate, secure your home or business and take what you need in case you are away for an extended period.

Avoid areas already flooded, especially if water is flowing fast. Do not attempt to cross flowing streams and never drive through flooded roadways. Please report to {Specific Location} to notify an official of your evacuation. To view a map of the evacuation area, please visit nocoalert.org. For updates, text the word LCEVAC to 888777 from your cell phone. We will communicate evacuation information to that key word as needed. You may also text the word FLOOD2021 to 888777 from your cell phone to receive information on flooding in Larimer County. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger.

National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Warning until 4pm. Rain has fallen 1 – 1.5 inches with the potential of 1.5-2.5 additional inches of rain to fall. HAZARD…Flash flooding caused by thunderstorms. IMPACT…Flash flooding of rivers, small creeks and streams, gulches, roads, and poor drainage and low-lying areas. Some locations that will experience flash flooding include, Pennock Pass, Box Prairie, Poudre Springs, Upper Pingree Park Road, and the Upper Miller Fork Drainage.

The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for Larimer County. High risk for the Cameron Peak burn area.
USE CAUTION if you live or recreate in the area. HAZARD…Flash flooding caused by thunderstorms.
IMPACT…Flash flooding of rivers, small creeks and streams, gulches, roads, and poor drainage and low-lying areas.
Some locations may experience flash flooding. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS…Turn around, don’t drown when encountering flooded roads. Most flood deaths occur in vehicles.

Be especially cautious at night when it is harder to recognize the
dangers of flooding.

This is Fort Collins 911 with an update to the previous emergency message sent for the Police Activity in the area of Birmingham Dr and Glasgow Court. The original safety concerns have been addressed by Fort Collins Police. You are free to go about your normal day to day activities. Thank you for your cooperation.

This if Fort Collins 911 with an emergency message from Fort Collins Police. We are Investigating an incident near Birmingham Dr and Glasgow Court. If you are receiving this message and are located in the area of Thames Court and Birmingham Drive, Glasgow Court and Birmingham Drive, Westminster Street and Birmingham Drive, or on Enfield between Dunbar and Westminster Street, please shelter in place and stay away from windows and doors for your safety. A follow up message will be sent when Fort Collins Police have the situation resolved. Thank you for your cooperation.

The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch in Larimer County from 11AM MDT this morning through this evening. Slow moving thunderstorms capable of producing heavy rainfall, especially in the Cameron Peak, East Troublesome, CalWood and Williams Fork burn areas. Excessive runoff from heavy rain may cause flash flooding of creeks and streams, roads and roadside culverts. The heavy rains could also trigger rock slides or debris flows.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with a status update. Officials have lifted the voluntary evacuation for West County Road 43 in Glen Haven and east to Drake, to include The Retreat and Storm Mountain. Residents in that area may return to their homes. Thank you for your cooperation during this incident.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with a situation update. Officials have lifted the mandatory/imminent threat evacuation for Highway 14 from the Larimer/Jackson County line to Rustic. Residents in that area may return to their homes. Thank you for your cooperation during this incident.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with an emergency message. There is the potential for flooding in the area of West County Road 43 in the Glen Haven area east to Drake. This includes The Retreat and Storm Mountain. Voluntary evacuations are advised for residents and business occupants if they are concerned for their safety, feel they need additional time to exit the area, or have health conditions that may be aggravated by this incident.

You are encouraged to move livestock and pets out of the area and to prepare for mandatory evacuations. You are also encouraged to move valuables to a higher floor inside your home or business. If you choose to evacuate, secure your home or business and take what you need in case you are away for an extended period.

Avoid areas already flooded, especially if water is flowing fast. Do not attempt to cross flowing streams and never drive through flooded roadways. Please report to {Specific Location} to notify an official of your evacuation. To view a map of the evacuation area, please visit nocoalert.org. For updates, text the word LCEVAC to 888777 from your cell phone. We will communicate evacuation information to that key word as needed. You may also text the word FLOOD2021 to 888777 from your cell phone to receive information on flooding in Larimer County. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger.