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LCSO – Police Activity Update

 Posted on January 30, 2021

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with a follow up message. The situation in the 300 block of Sitzman Way has been resolved and law enforcement officials advise there is no risk to the public. Please do not call 911 unless you have an emergency. Thank you for your cooperation.

LCSO – Police Activity Update Lory State Park and Horsetooth Mtn Park

 Posted on November 5, 2020

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with an updated message for the Lory State Park and Horsetooth Mountain Park area residents. The armed and dangerous suspect has been located and is no longer a threat to the public. Any follow up information about this case will be released by Fort Collins Police Services. Thank …

LCSO – Police Activity Lory State Park/Horsetooth Mountain Park

 Posted on November 5, 2020

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with an emergency message. The Sheriff’s Office and Fort Collins Police are searching for an armed and dangerous male suspect that may be on foot in the area of Lory State Park or Horsetooth Mountain Park. Please remain inside your homes with doors and windows locked. We will …

East Troublesome Fire Damage Assessment Update

 Posted on November 2, 2020

#EastTroublesomeFire Damage Assessment Update: The damage assessment team was not able to find contact info for all properties with confirmed damage. If you discover structure damage when you return to your property and you were not officially notified, email Larimer Office of Emergency Management at oem@larimer.org with your name, address, and current phone number.

Cameron Peak Fire Damage Assessment Update

 Posted on November 2, 2020

#CameronPeakFire Damage Assessment Update: The damage assessment team was not able to find contact info for all properties with confirmed damage. If you discover structure damage when you return to your property and you were not officially notified, email Larimer Office of Emergency Management at oem@larimer.org with your name, address, and current phone number.

LCSO – Cameron Peak and Troublesome Evacs lifted

 Posted on November 2, 2020

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with information for all evacuation areas in Larimer County. The Cameron Peak Fire officials have lifted all mandatory and all voluntary evacuations for the Cameron Peak fire and the East Troublesome fire. All residents and business occupants that were under evacuations for both fires may now return to …

#CameronPeakFire Evac Update

 Posted on October 30, 2020

Following another day of favorable conditions and reduced evacuation orders, the Joint Information Center will reduce operating hours for the weekend. If you have questions about evacuations, shelter for evacuees or animals, or access into evacuation areas, the JIC will be staffed from 8 a.m. until Noon on Saturday and Sunday. 970-980-2500

LCSO – Cameron Peak Evacuation Downgrade on CR44H

 Posted on October 30, 2020

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with updated evacuation information. Cameron Peak Fire officials have downgraded the evacuation status from mandatory to voluntary for County Road 44H from Moody Hill west to Pennock Pass. Residents in this area may return home under the voluntary evacuation status. Please remain prepared for mandatory evacuations in the …

LCSO – Cameron Peak Evacuation Downgrade

 Posted on October 29, 2020

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with updated evacuation information. Cameron Peak Fire officials have downgraded the evacuation status from mandatory to voluntary for the area along County Road 43 from Streamside Drive east to Storm Mountain Road. Residents in this area may return home under the voluntary evacuation status. Please remain prepared for …

LCSO – Troublesome Fire Evacuation downgrade

 Posted on October 28, 2020

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with updated evacuation information from the Estes Park Police. Fire officials have downgraded mandatory evacuations to voluntary evacuations for the west side of the Estes Valley. Residents on the west side of Estes Park may return home under the voluntary evacuation status. Please remain prepared for mandatory evacuations …