Larimer County's Transportation Capital Expansion Fees will increase July 1st by 2.4% on July 1, 2021.

Posted: 
Thu, Jun 17 - 12:41 pm
Department: 
Engineering

Public comment requested for the CR 47 (Big Elk Meadows Rd) Floodplain and Wetlands

Posted: 
Thu, May 20 - 09:05 am
Department: 
Engineering

The 2020 Safety Report was presented to the Larimer County Commissioners on May 11, 2021.

Posted: 
Tue, May 11 - 12:52 pm
Department: 
Engineering

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

Posted: 
Wed, Apr 28 - 12:29 pm
Department: 
Engineering

The Larimer County Engineering Department, after two years of collaboration with the City of Loveland, and City of Fort Collins, will proceed with proposed changes to the Urban Area Street Standards.

Posted: 
Wed, Apr 07 - 03:33 pm
Department: 
Engineering

Larimer County invites community members to participate in a virtual (online) open house with Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) and FEMA representatives on March 30, 2021 from 4-6 pm.

Posted: 
Tue, Mar 09 - 08:49 am
Department: 
Engineering

Larimer County, the City of Loveland, and the City of Fort Collins held a virtual open house to discuss the proposed revisions to the Larimer County Urban Area Street Standards on Thursday, January 28, 2020. 

Urban Area Street Standards Open House #2.pdf

Posted: 
Tue, Jan 05 - 02:48 pm
Department: 
Engineering

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

Posted: 
Thu, Nov 05 - 10:33 am
Department: 
Engineering

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.

Posted: 
Wed, Sep 16 - 02:58 pm
Department: 
Engineering

Weld County, Larimer County, the Towns of Mead, Berthoud, Johnstown, and Loveland, along with the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT), are collectively planning for a new north/south arterial roadway to help mitigate traffic congestion on Interstate 25 (I-25) in the future.

Posted: 
Mon, Aug 03 - 08:12 am
Department: 
Engineering

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

Posted: 
Tue, Jun 23 - 02:45 pm
Department: 
Engineering

Roadway widening of County Road 17 (S Taft Ave/N Berthoud Pkwy) between the Grand Market Ave Roundabout and County Road 16, along with installation of a storm sewer collection system and replacement of one bridge across the Home Supply Lake Ditch Irrigation Canal, will begin in early April, 2020.

Posted: 
Mon, Mar 16 - 12:29 pm
Department: 
Engineering

Planning to widen, reconstruct and pave the gravel portions of CR 72 (Own Canyon) from US Highway 287 to CR 21 in underway.

Posted: 
Fri, Mar 13 - 09:56 am
Department: 
Engineering

Potential repairs planned for the Laporte Diversion Structure along the Cache La Poudre River (CLPR) initiated an investigation of the effective hydraulic model along the CLPR near Laporte, Colorado. A Public Meeting will be held on October 15th in the Larimer County Courthouse Offices Hearing Room, 200 West Oak Street, 1st Floor.

Posted: 
Wed, Oct 02 - 02:45 pm
Department: 
Engineering

The 2018 Traffic Safety Report was presented to the Board of County Commissioners on June 25th.

Posted: 
Tue, Jun 25 - 11:15 am
Department: 
Engineering

Although roadway departures still cause the most crashes on rural roads in Larimer County, safety improvements and monitoring have helped lower some of these accidents.

Posted: 
Tue, Jun 25 - 11:15 am
Department: 
Engineering

A roadway centerline survey in the Red Feather Lakes Planning area will be conducted during summer, 2019 to identify road maintenance priorities through a partnership with Larimer County and the Red Feather Lakes community.

Posted: 
Fri, Jun 21 - 10:05 am
Department: 
Engineering

Preliminary flood insurance rate maps for the Little Big Thompson River Basin produced by the Colorado Water Conservation Board [CWCB] will be available for public viewing at two upcoming meetings hosted by Larimer County Engineering and CWCB in Pinewood Springs and Berthoud, Colorado.

Posted: 
Mon, Jun 10 - 02:18 pm
Department: 
Engineering