911 service in Red Feather Lakes | Glacier View | Crystal Lakes | Bellvue | and Livermore has been restored. Thank you for your patience while Lumen worked to resolve their outage.

Lumen (CenturyLink) is experiencing a 9-1-1 outage impacting the communities of Red Feather Lakes, Livermore, Crystal Lakes, Glacier View, and Bellvue. Ten digit dialing appears to be working. If you have an emergency please call Larimer County Sheriff’s Office at 970-416-1985 to reach dispatch. If you have cell signal you can text 9-1-1 and reach dispatch. We will update as we receive more information from Lumen.

09-16-2022 08:24:37

Police activity in the area of Kirkwood Dr and Brookwood Dr. has been resolved, you may resume normal activity.

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091622 0448

There is police activity in the area of Kirkwood Dr and Brookwood Dr. take shelter and avoid the 2nd and 3rd floors of 1309 Kirkwood Dr. We will send a follow up message when the situation is resolved.

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September 13, 2022 0120

Police activity in the area of Wakonda Dr/Emery Dr has been resolved. Residents may return home and return to normal activities.

09-12-2022 16:00:38

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with an emergency message. We are working a police incident in the area of Wakonda Drive and Emery Drive in west Fort Collins. Residents between Headwater Drive south to Dean Drive and Overland Trail east to Belaire Drive are asked to remain inside your homes. We will send a follow up message when the situation is resolved.

Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

#CR21Fire Update: Thanks to a lot of hard work by fire crews and some favorable weather, the fire is 100% contained. Command will be turned back over to Wellington Fire Protection District.

#CR21Fire Update: The fire received significant moisture, remains at 212 acres and is now 75% contained. Crews are on scene and working toward full containment.

#CR21Fire Update: Better mapping shows the fire is 212 acres and 50% contained. An engine will patrol overnight and 40 personnel are assigned for the morning. All evacs have been lifted and all roads are open. This is the last update today unless conditions change.

09-09-2022 18:34:26

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with an evacuation update. Fire officials are lifting all remaining voluntary evacuations for the fire area. Residents living in the area south of County Road 66 to Highway 287, west of County Road 21C, and east of Highway 287 are able to return home. Please use caution and watch for any emergency responders still in the area. Thank you for your cooperation during this event.

#CR21Fire Update – Crews are still at work, containment up to 40% with no growth. No changes to evacuations at this time but evaluation continues. Visit https://nocoalert.org for current orders.

#CR21Fire Update – Evacuation orders have all been downgraded. Voluntary evacuations were dropped. Mandatory evacuations are now voluntary. CR23 has been reopened to northbound traffic. Visit https://nocoalert.org for details.

09-09-2022 12:46:55

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with an evacuation update. Fire officials have downgraded a portion of the evacuation area. Residents living in the area south of County Road 66 to Highway 287, west of County Road 21C, and east of Highway 287 have been downgraded to voluntary evacuations. If you choose to return home, please use caution and watch for fire personnel in the area.

Updated maps can be found on the nocoalert.org website. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

09-09-2022 12:33:19

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with an evacuation update. Fire officials have lifted the voluntary evacuations for a portion of the fire area. Residents living in the area between County Road 66, south along County Road 21 to County Road 56 and west to County Road 21C are free to return home. Please use caution and watch for fire personnel in the area.

Updated maps can be found on the nocoalert.org website. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

#CR21Fire Update – Crews are continuing to make good progress. There hasn’t been any significant growth but we’re still waiting for a more accurate size-up. Containment at ~30%.

#CR21Fire Update – the fire calmed down overnight, received light precipitation & held at the estimated 500 – 600 acres. MMA will provide better size up info this morning. 60 personnel assigned to the fire.

09-08-2022 21:32:35

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with an evacuation update. Fire officials have downgraded a portion of two different evacuation areas. Residents living in the area between County Road 66, south along County Road 21 to County Road 56 and west to County Road 21C have been downgraded to voluntary evacuations. If you chose to return home, please use caution and watch for fire personnel in the area.

Updated maps can be found on the nocoalert.org website. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

County Rd 21 Fire Update: Crews remain in the area actively working the fire. An overnight shelter is being established by the Red Cross at the Leeper Center 3800 Wilson St Wellington. To see the area under mandatory evacuation please visit our website www.nocoalert.org.

09-08-2022 18:00:20

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with an emergency message. Fire officials have ordered additional mandatory evacuations for the working fire north of Fort Collins. Residents in the following area need to evacuate immediately. Arapaho Valley Road south to County Road 56, east to County Road 21, and west to Highway 287.

Text LCEVAC to 888777 for updates. Go to nocoalert.org for a map of the evacuation area. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

09-08-2022 16:30:46

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with an emergency message. We are working a fire southwest of the intersection of County Road 66 and County Road 21. Fire officials have ordered mandatory evacuations for the area east of Highway 287, south to Arapaho Valley Road, east to County Road 21 and north to County Road 66. Residents should evacuate the area immediately.

Text LCEVAC to 888777 for updates. Go to nocoalert.org for a map of the evacuation area. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

09-05-2022 23:56:56

Police activity in the area of Cloverleaf Trailer Park at 4412 E Mulberry Street has been resolved and the suspect has been taken into custody. Residents may resume normal activity. Thank you for your cooperation..

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09-05-2022 22:33:03

Police activity in the area of Cloverleaf Trailer Park at 4412 E Mulberry Street, Fort Collins. Deputies are looking for a male suspect last seen wearing a tan shirt and khaki shorts that is considered armed and dangerous. Residents in the park east to Camino Real, north to Rachel Court and south to Mulberry, remain inside your home and lock doors and windows. If suspect is seen, call 911 and do not approch. We will send a follow up message when the situation is resolved.

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The NWS has issued a Flash Flood Warning for Central Larimer County until 3:15 PM MDT. Flash Flooding is ongoing or expected to begin shortly in mainly rural areas of Larimer County including Moondance Way, Stringtown Gulch, and Crystal Mountain. This includes the following streams and drainages: North Fork Fish Creek, Big Thompson River, Sheep Creek, Miller Fork, Black Creek, Cedar Creek and Buckhorn Creek. Move to higher ground now.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN DENVER HAS ISSUED A
* FLASH FLOOD WARNING FOR…
CENTRAL LARIMER COUNTY IN NORTH CENTRAL COLORADO…
* UNTIL 745 PM MDT.
* AT 441 PM MDT, DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED THUNDERSTORMS PRODUCING
HEAVY RAIN ACROSS THE WARNED AREA. BETWEEN 0.3 AND 0.6 INCHES OF
RAIN HAVE FALLEN. FLASH FLOODING IS ONGOING OR EXPECTED TO BEGIN
SHORTLY. SMALL HAIL IS ALSO POSSIBLE WITH THIS STORM.
HAZARD…FLASH FLOODING CAUSED BY THUNDERSTORMS.
SOURCE…RADAR.
IMPACT…FLASH FLOODING OF SMALL CREEKS AND STREAMS, GULCHES,
ROADS, AND POOR DRAINAGE AND LOW-LYING AREAS.
* SOME LOCATIONS THAT WILL EXPERIENCE FLASH FLOODING INCLUDE…
MAINLY RURAL AREAS OF CENTRAL LARIMER COUNTY IN THE CAMERON PEAK
BURN SCAR.
THIS INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONAL LOCATIONS…
PINGREE HILL, GOODELL CORNER AND BELLAIRE LAKE.
PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS…
MOVE TO HIGHER GROUND NOW. ACT QUICKLY TO PROTECT YOUR LIFE.
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