COVID-19 Operational Continuity

As a result of recent recommendations by the CDC regarding precautions due to COVID-19, our office has temporarily altered our operating procedures in order to do our part in protecting the health of employees and the public while ensuring minimal disruption to our services. 


Taking proactive measures, our office is temporarily working remotely and has eliminated our in-person meetings until further notice.  Our department is working hard to continue to provide uninterrupted service under this new model and we ask that you continue to reach out to us by email or by phone.  

The Risk Management Department administers Larimer County's risk management program to minimize harm to the physical, human, fiscal and environmental resources of the County and minimize the total cost of risk to the County.

Services Provided

  • Administers the County's self-insurance programs and insurance policies for workers' compensation and property/casualty lines of coverage.

  • Conducts safety training, ergonomic reviews, and loss control programs.

  • Identifies and evaluates workplace hazards and devises ways to control or eliminate them.

  • Administers auto, property, and injury claims in conjunction with Larimer County's third-party administrator and designated providers.

  • Conducts claim investigations to identify causes and develop preventive solutions to eliminate the potential for recurrences.

  • Administers Title II ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Compliance program designed to prohibit discrimination against qualified individuals with disabilities and improve accessibility in all programs, activities, and services provided by Larimer County.


If you have been involved in an auto related incident involving the County please contact TRISTAR Risk Management, the third party claim administrator for Larimer County. TRISTAR Risk Management can be reached at 1-855-495-1554 or via email

Please provide the following details, if applicable, when communicating with TRISTAR Risk Management: contact information, vehicle information, location of incident, date/time incident occurred, details of incident, witness information, county vehicle unit number, and police report number. 

You will be contacted by the assigned TRISTAR Risk Management agent within one business day after reporting your incident. 

If you believe that you have suffered property damage or a non-auto related injury involving the County, please submit the following information in writing: date, time, location, type of loss, and other specifics. This documentation can be mailed or emailed to the following address:

Larimer County Risk Management
P.O. Box 1190
Fort Collins, CO 80522-1190

The Risk Management department will use the information provided to investigate the claim and respond to you in a timely fashion.


Risk Management

ADDRESS: P.O. Box 1190 Fort Collins, CO 80522-1190
HOURS: Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
PHONE: (970) 498-5961 | FAX: (970) 498-5965