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LOVELAND, CO – The Larimer County Board of County Commissioners passed a temporary resolution on Monday, January 11 to limit the discharge of firearms near Crystal Lakes and in parts of the Arapaho & Roosevelt National Forests. The designated area encompasses two separate areas, totaling 1,820 acres ( See Designated Area Map).

The resolution is intended to address immediate public safety issues near homes while longer term plans are being designed and implemented by the United States Forest Service (USFS).

Location under this resolution is one half mile on each side of Deadman Road (CR86) east of the Killpecker Road (FSR 300), including the areas surrounding FSR 501, 501.3 and 502, as well as the first half mile of FSR 309 and the USFS lands adjacent to County Road 73C and Tiny Bob Road in Township 10N, Range 74W, Sections 24 (see map). 

Hunting with a valid license remains allowable within this area.

The resolution was supported by the community and the USFS. It allows law enforcement officials to issue a ticket to any person discharging a firearm in the designated area.

The resolution passed unanimously with all Larimer County Commissioners approving and is intended to be temporary, expiring December 31, 2021.

View the full temporary resolution from the Land Use Hearing.  For more information, please visit Arapaho & Roosevelt National Forests website.

 

Published on: 
Tuesday, January 12, 2021 - 4:34pm
Contact Details:

Daylan Figgs, Director
Dept. of Natural Resources
(970) 619-4560

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