This is the Loveland Police Department with an update on the missing at risk adult. The subject has been located. Thank you for your assistance.

Missing at risk adult.. 90 year old female, 5 ft 100 lbs, white hair and glasses – Wearing a teal sweater or jacket and black windbreaker pants. Female has a hunched posture and uses a walker.. Last seen at approximately 7pm in the 1800 block of Fall River Dr. If located, please call the Loveland Police Department at 970-667-2151

This is the Loveland Police Department with an emergency message regarding a missing at risk adult. We are looking for a 90 year old female, 5 ft 100 lbs, white hair and glasses – Wearing a teal sweater or jacket and black windbreaker pants. Female has a hunched posture and uses a walker.. Last seen at approximately 7pm in the 1800 block of Fall River Dr. If located, please call the Loveland Police Department at 970-667-2151. Please do not call 911 unless you have an emergency. Thank you.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with a follow up message. The three missing juveniles in the Estes Park area have been located safe. Thank you for your assistance.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office. Estes Park residents in the area of Hwy 36 from Mall Road to W County Road 47 are receiving this message. Deputies are in the area looking for three missing juveniles. We are looking for 14-year-old Hayden, 15-year-old Christian, and 14-year-old Benjamin last seen in the area of the 5000 block of E Highway 36 in Estes Park. 14-year-old Hayden is a white male, approximately 5ft 7in, 120lbs, has long curly brown hair, and was last seen wearing a gray hoodie and blue jeans. 15-year-old Christian is a white male, approximately 5ft 11in, 150lbs, has long sandy blonde hair, and was last seen wearing a black beanie hat, a black long sleeve shirt, and black pants. 14-year-old Benjamin is a white male, approximately 5ft 7in, 120lbs, has brown hair, glasses, and was last seen wearing a blue and green hoodie, and blue jeans. All 3 subjects left on foot from the 5000 block of E Highway 36. If located, call the Larimer County Sheriff’s office at 970-416-1985.

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 you for your cooperation.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with an updated message for the Lory State Park and Horsetooth Mountain Park area residents. The Sheriff’s Office and Fort Collins Police Services are continuing to search for the armed and dangerous suspect that was last known to be on foot in the Lory State Park or Horsetooth Mountain Park area. The suspect is described as 5 feet 11 inches tall, 140 pounds, shoulder length blonde hair with scruffy facial hair. His clothing description is unknown. Fort Collins Police Services will be releasing further information later this morning. Please continue to keep residences secure until the suspect is apprehended. If you see the suspect, call 911 immediately and do not attempt to approach him. Please be aware of your surroundings if you plan to leave your residence. Thank you.

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 have many law enforcement officers combing the area in vehicles and on foot. Please call 911 to report any suspicious activity. We will send a follow up message when the situation is resolved. Thank you.

#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.

#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.

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 their homes and businesses with no restrictions. Thank you for your cooperation during this large-scale event. Please do not call 9-1-1 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

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 in Larimer County, shelter for evacuees or animals, or access into evacuation areas inside Larimer County, the JIC will be staffed from 8 a.m. until Noon on Saturday and Sunday. 970-980-2500

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

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 event fire conditions change. Be sure to have proper identification with you when returning home, as only residents will be allowed to enter. We ask that you use caution when driving through the area, as emergency crews are still present. To view a map of these changes, please visit nocoalert.org. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

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 mandatory evacuations in the event fire conditions change. Be sure to have proper identification with you when returning home, as only residents will be allowed to enter. We ask that you use caution when driving through the area, as emergency crews are still present. To view a map of these changes, please visit nocoalert.org. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

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 west side of County Road 27 from the Bobcat Ridge Natural Area north to County Road 44H. Residents in these areas may return home under the voluntary evacuation status. Please remain prepared for mandatory evacuations in the event fire conditions change. Be sure to have proper identification with you when returning home, as only residents will be allowed to enter. We ask that you use caution when driving through the area, as emergency crews are still present. To view a map of these changes, please visit nocoalert.org. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

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 in the event fire conditions change. Be sure to have proper identification with you when returning home, as only residents will be allowed to enter. We ask that you use caution when driving through the area, as emergency crews are still present. To view a map of these changes, please visit nocoalert.org. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with updated evacuation information for multiple areas. Cameron Peak and East Troublesome Fire officials have lifted voluntary evacuations for the following areas: Highway 7 to Allenspark, Highway 7 east to Panorama Peak, the Estes Valley east of the Marys Lake Road corridor east of the Elm Road corridor and east of the Fall River corridor, Highway 34 from Mall Road to the Dam Store, County Road 31D from Sylvan Dale to Ellis Ranch, the Crosier Mountain area north of Highway 34, and County Road 43 west of Glen Haven to Estes Park. Residents and business occupants in the areas mentioned are no longer under any restrictions. To view maps of the evacuation areas, please visit nocoalert.org. Thank you for your cooperation during this large-scale event. Please do not call 9-1-1 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

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 Paradise Park and Moody Hill areas off of County Road 44H west of County Road 27. Residents in these areas may return home under the voluntary evacuation status. Please remain prepared for mandatory evacuations in the event fire conditions change. Be sure to have proper identification with you when returning home, as only residents will be allowed to enter. We ask that you use caution when driving through the area, as emergency crews are still present. To view a map of these changes, please visit nocoalert.org. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

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 Monument Gulch and Pingree Park area. Residents from the Poudre Springs Subdivision and those north along the Pingree Park Road to Highway 14, including Monument Gulch, may return home under the voluntary evacuation status. Please remain prepared for mandatory evacuations in the event fire conditions change. Be sure to have proper identification with you when returning home, as only residents will be allowed to enter. We ask that you use caution when driving through the area, as emergency crews are still present. To view a map of these changes, please visit nocoalert.org. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

#EastTroublesomeFire Evac Update: Reminder – you may call the Joint Information Center at 970-980-2500 (8a-5p) with questions about evacuation areas, roadblocks & closures, shelter assistance for you & your animals, etc. You may also visit https://www.larimer.org/cpf

#CameronPeakFire Damage Assessment Update: Message for Crystal Mountain residents who are planning to go up to the area Wednesday (10/28). Meet at the Masonville Mercantile at 8am. There is a nearby church with a parking lot if more space is needed. Try to take as few vehicles as possible per property to limit traffic into the area and plan extra time for the escort in. Prepare for winter driving conditions, 4×4 vehicles, chains if available. The LCSO and Fire Crew will escort people in and ensure the way is cleared. Trees continue to fall across the roads that need to be cleared daily. Once in the area, people will be able to visit properties without escort and leave the area as they wish.

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 east side of County Road 27 from Masonville to the Stove Prairie School. Residents in that area may return home. Please be sure to have proper identification, as only residents will be allowed to enter. We ask that you use caution when driving through the area, as emergency crews are still present. To view a map of these changes, please visit nocoalert.org. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger. Thank you.

This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with evacuation updates from the Estes Park Police. Fire officials have downgraded mandatory evacuations to voluntary evacuations for the following areas: the Estes Valley east of the Marys Lake Road corridor, east of the Elm Road corridor and east of the Fall River Road corridor. The snow has calmed but not extinguished the East Troublesome and Cameron Peak fires. Anyone on voluntary evacuation status who chooses to return to the Estes Valley should remain prepared for mandatory evacuations if fire conditions change. Services may be limited in the Estes Valley and while snowplows are working, road conditions are poor. We ask that you use caution when driving through the area, as emergency crews are still present. For a clear understanding of the downgrade changes, please visit nocoalert.org. Please do not call 911 unless you are in danger. Thank you.