First and foremost, it should be easy to identify governments on the internet, and using a .gov domain shows the website is official. The public shouldn’t have to guess whether the site they’re on or the email that hits their inbox is genuine.

Posted: 
Wed, Apr 27 - 03:07 pm
Department: 
Information Technology

Larimer County Commissioner Kristin Stephens has been selected to attend Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government for a three-week program during summer as a member of the Gates Family Foundation’s 42nd class of Harvard Fellows.

Posted: 
Tue, Apr 26 - 02:31 pm
Department: 
BOCC

Planned developments for the North Landfill Project will be discussed at an upcoming public open house meeting.

Posted: 
Mon, Apr 25 - 09:24 am
Department: 
Solid Waste

Nominations are being accepted for the 44th Annual Conrad Ball Award to recognize an individual or team for their significant improvements to criminal justice in Larimer County.

Posted: 
Wed, Apr 20 - 12:05 pm
Department: 
Community Justice Alternatives

Properties in the recent 37E fire burn area will be surveyed by staff from the Larimer County Assessor’s Office this week.

Posted: 
Tue, Apr 19 - 12:44 pm
Department: 
Assessor

Larimer County Treasurer & Public Trustee Irene Josey reminds county property owners that May 2, 2022, is the deadline for paying their property taxes as a full payment.

Posted: 
Mon, Apr 18 - 12:32 pm
Department: 
Treasurer and Public Trustee

Information regarding an officer-involved incident on 4/14/22.

Posted: 
Thu, Apr 14 - 07:53 pm
Department: 
Sheriff

Larimer County submitted to the U.S. Treasury Department a Revised Recovery Plan regarding its planned uses of State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF), which the county received from the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021

Posted: 
Mon, Apr 11 - 10:09 am
Department: 
Budget

The Board of Larimer County Commissioners and other community officials Wednesday filled a room to celebrate the renaming of Larimer County Criminal Justice Services to Community Justice Alternatives and to preview the expansion of Larimer County Alternative Sentencing building, that will create an all women, 170  bed facility for both Community Corrections and Alternative Sentencing programs.

Posted: 
Fri, Apr 08 - 01:11 pm
Department: 
Community Justice Alternatives

New program offers educational programs for inmates on tablets.

Posted: 
Fri, Apr 08 - 11:51 am
Department: 
Sheriff

Jail deputies will now be issued/using body-worn cameras in the jail.

Posted: 
Mon, Apr 04 - 08:40 am
Department: 
Sheriff

The first reading of the Ordinance Concerning the Restriction of Open Fires, Contained Open Fires, Fireworks, Public Displays of Fireworks, and Use of Combustible Device for 2022 was approved by the Board of County Commissioners on March 29, 2022.

Posted: 
Fri, Apr 01 - 11:00 am
Department: 
Sheriff

Details about an unprovoked attack on a deputy in the jail.

Posted: 
Thu, Mar 31 - 12:34 pm
Department: 
Sheriff

After a two-year pause, it’s back.

Larimer County 101 is our free, eight-week class introducing our community to the wide variety of services that Larimer County government provides every day from the people who provide those services.

Posted: 
Wed, Mar 30 - 12:14 pm
Department: 
BOCC

A program to help ensure that households can afford the broadband they need for work, school, healthcare, and more is available from the Federal Communications Commission.

Posted: 
Wed, Mar 30 - 11:11 am
Department: 
BOCC

A man entered a home without permission, fought the homeowner, and was shot prior to arrest.

Posted: 
Fri, Mar 25 - 04:37 pm
Department: 
Sheriff

Larimer County and the CSU Center for Public Deliberation will host Building Community Through Conversation and Curiosity: Moving Beyond our Divides.

Posted: 
Fri, Mar 25 - 09:57 am
Department: 
BOCC

The deadline for business owners to file a Personal Property Declaration with the Larimer County Assessor’s Office is April 15.

Posted: 
Wed, Mar 23 - 11:33 am
Department: 
Assessor

The Board of Larimer County Commissioners this week voted 3-0 to pass a resolution imposing a temporary moratorium on the review and issuance of new licenses for marijuana establishments in unincorporated Larimer County.

Posted: 
Thu, Mar 17 - 12:14 pm
Department: 
BOCC

A new grant program that will provide funds to small grassroots community groups for hazard mitigation projects and improve community and neighborhood resilience is now accepting applications.

Posted: 
Tue, Mar 15 - 01:05 pm
Department: 
Emergency Management