Fort Collins office
1525 Blue Spruce Dr.
Fort Collins, CO 80524
(970) 498-6772 Fax
205 E. Sixth Street
Loveland, CO 80537
(970) 679-4589 Fax
Estes Park office
1601 Brodie Avenue
Estes Park, CO 80517
(970) 577-2060 Fax
Adrienne LeBailly, MD, MPH
Board of Health:
Mission: To promote a healthy community and reduce unnecessary suffering caused by preventable disease, disability, or death. This mission is accomplished by providing community health and environmental health services, communicable disease control, health education, vital records management, health data assessment, development of policies that advance the public's health, and advocacy for community-based services that provide needed health care.
Questions about the Hepatitis A outbreak due to frozen berries? The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has updates and information.
Do you have breathing problems due to summer air quality? Sign up for ozone action alerts! The alerts are issued on days when weather conditions are expected to lead to increased ground-level ozone concentrations in our area.
Smoke in the air from a wildfire? Check the Health Department's wildfire smoke health advisory and smoke forecasts page to see what's expected and what you can do to stay healthy.
The number of animals found with rabies in Larimer County continues to rise. The animals with rabies now include skunks, a fox, raccoons, and two horses in Weld County. Take precautions against rabies by having your pets and livestock vaccinated and following simple steps to prevent exposure to rabies.
The Health Department is no longer able to provide routine vaccines to most people with insurance. This is due to Affordable Care Act regulations on use of federally-funded vaccinations. If you have questions on whether or not you are eligible for Health Department vaccines, call the Health Department office location nearest you.
The payment policy for the International Travel Vaccination Clinic remains unchanged. Clients receiving their travel vaccines at the Health Department will be required to pay for the vaccine at the time of service.
The Health Department no longer provides TB skin testing. View alternative TB testing site information for current prices and hours.
Learn more about bed bugs, including facts and myths.
No health insurance? If you are pregnant or have children, the Healthy Communities program at the Health Department can help connect you to health care. The program also assists those already receiving Medicaid and/or CHP+ in understanding their benefits and accessing medical, dental, vision, mental health, and specialty services.
The Larimer County Department of Health and Environment does a lot to insure the health and safety of Larimer County citizens. Watch this video to learn how.