The Larimer Recovery Collaborative 

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. 

For more information on the Larimer Recovery Collaborative, please visit,

For COVID-19 Recovery, contact Shayle Sabo at 

For Wildfire Recovery, contact Lori Hodges at

Cameron Peak Fire Recovery

For resources and information specifically related to Cameron Peak Fire Recovery please refer to this page:

See the below graphic for our current wildfire recovery collaborative structure: 



Larimer Unmet Needs and Community Fragility Study

Larimer County conducted a study following the 2012 High Park Wildfire and the 2013 Flood to look at both the unmet needs following disaster as well as the overall fragility of each community to future disasters. This study looks at three specific areas: community connectedness, local and county leadership, and available lifelines. The study has been a valuable tool in planning efforts and projects countywide. 

2013 Flood Recovery

Larimer County is not immune to large-scale emergencies and disasters. Each year, our community faces a variety of hazards, from hazardous materials incidents on roadways to natural incidents such as floods and wildfires. Larimer County Office of Emergency Management is tasked with the ongoing recovery from the large incidents in 2012 and 2013 as well as building a program for recovery for the future, ensuring we capture lessons learned and implement best practices in the future.

Big Thompson Watershed Forum (BTWF)

800 South Taft Avenue
Loveland, CO 80537

Estes Valley Watershed Coalition

Molly Mills, Coordinator

Mary Banken

Coalition for the Poudre River Watershed (CPRW)

Jen Kovecses, Executive Director