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Community Development COVID-19 Operations

Due to the COVID-19 public health emergency, we are temporarily changing how we provide our services. Please read the Full Statement here.

We have developed guidelines for temporary outdoor expansion of businesses under state and county public health guidelines.
Please read those guidelines here
See individual statements for Building, Code Compliance, Engineering and Planning

Flood After Fire - Fire Recovery Resources

Recovery Resources for Residents Impacted by 2020 Larimer County Wildfires.


Project No. 333 - CR 27 (Masonville Bridge)


Project No. 333 - CR 27 (Masonville Bridge)

Replacement of the 1935 Masonville Bridge just west of the Masonville Post Office on CR 27 is expected to start winter (est. January 2021).

More about Project No. 333 - CR 27 (Masonville Bridge)


CR 72 (Owl Canyon) Improvements between US Hwy 287 and CR 21

Project No. 335 will include 3 miles of roadway widening, reconstruction, and paving of the existing gravel portions of CR 72 from US Highway 287 to CR 21

More about CR 72 (Owl Canyon) Improvements between US Hwy 287 and CR 21


Paved Shoulders to be Constructed on CR 14

Project No. 332 - CR 14 Shoulder Construction will construct 6-foot wide paved shoulders on County Road 14 from County Road 21 to County Road 23.

More about Paved Shoulders to be Constructed on CR 14


Taft Hill Road Widening Project (PN 337) - Virtual Project Meeting

On November 18, 2020, at 6:00 PM we will hold a virtual project meeting to discuss this project.  We will introduce the design team. discuss the goals of the project and share preliminary design concepts.  This will be a Zoom meeting.  To join this meeting please  click on Zoom Meeting, select "Open Zoom Meeting", enter your email information and click on "Join Webinar".  Please contact Erich Purcell at (970) 498-5133 or send an email.

County Road 44H (Buckhorn Road) Reconstruction Project

Final approval for this project was given by FEMA in September and the project was advertised for bids,   Bids were received and this project was awarded to Flatiron Constructors, Inc. of Broomfield, Colorado.  Start of construction was intended to begin in November 2020 but due to the  unknown impacts of the Cameron Peak Fire on the canyon, the start date may be delayed.

Special Transport (Oversize/Overweight) Permit Program

Larimer County’s current special transport permitting procedures have remained relatively unchanged since 1978.  We are updating our County permitting program to be more in-line with the Colorado Department of Transportation’s (CDOT) oversize/overweight permitting system (COOPR) and regulations.

Larimer County Engineering Department

Larimer County Engineering Department
200 West Oak Street, Suite 3000
P.O. Box 1190
Fort Collins, CO 80522-1190

(970) 498-5700
Fax: (970) 498-7986

Hours: 8am to 4:30pm, Monday - Friday

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