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The Larimer Recovery Collaborative is a collaborative structure focused on county-wide recovery efforts. The fastest way to recovery is by working together. This Collaborative is made up of municipal organizations, government partners, non-profits, faith-based organizations, community-rooted organizations, volunteer organizations, and more. 

COVID-19 Recovery Outreach Dashboard 

COVID-19 has been very difficult and continues to be hard for many people. Local governments have the opportunity to use federal funds to strengthen our community.

This interactive dashboard is an initial summary of the COVID-19 Community Outreach conducted in partnership with Larimer County, municipalities, and community organizations to hear from the community what the best uses for pandemic recovery resources should be.

These ideas will guide County and Municipal leadership on determining how to best allocate the pandemic recovery resources that will make the greatest impact for our community.

 More information will be available soon as we continue to compile COVID-19 recovery outreach responses. This dashboard will be continually updated as more information is received.

Thank you to all that participated in sharing your ideas to help guide recovery priorities!

The Larimer Recovery Collaborative is a group of Northern Colorado leaders from many sectors and municipalities in Larimer County who are working together to find short and long-term recovery solutions in the wake of the 2020 pandemic and wildfires. The Collaborative is a group of numerous task forces with specific focus areas and goals.

The Larimer Recovery Collaborative for COVID-19 has transitioned from its initial short-term recovery and response operations to the integration to daily operations to best serve the community. The Larimer Recovery Collaborative for Wildfire is currently working on recovery activites and sharing recovery resources to residents impacted by 2020 wildfires & 2021 flooding. Link to wildfire recovery resources.

For COVID-19 Recovery, contact Ricardo Perez at 

For Wildfire Recovery, contact Lori Hodges at