Fun fact: last year alone, we were able to provide our clients with more than 45,000 pounds of fresh produce raised right here in Larimer County!
When people like you donate fresh produce through our #PlantitForward program, our clients get the benefit of having fresh, local fruits and vegetables to eat.
No donation is too small – if you have extras from your garden this year, please consider donating. Learn more:
In partnership with the Gardens on Spring Creek, the Food Bank for Larimer County launched “Plant It Forward” in 2011 to increase fresh produce consumption
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The Larimer County IT Department is looking for a Project Manager to join an established team of professional self-starters in our Project Management Office (PMO). We are looking for an individual with a passion for project management and the desire to grow in their project management skills and exp…
#CameronPeakFire UPDATE – Cameron Peak Fire Structure Damage Assessment Multi…
UPDATE – Cameron Peak Fire Structure Damage Assessment
Multiple structures were damaged or destroyed by the Cameron Peak Fire late last week along Highway 14 between the Fish Hatchery and Rustic, the Manhattan Road area, and the Boy Scout Ranch Road area. The Larimer County Damage Assessment Team (DAT) completed their assessments and owners with confirmed damage have been notified. There may be additional outbuildings with damage that were not located, but we are not aware of any other reported residential structure damage inside the fire perimeter.
A total of 41 structures sustained damage as follows:
• Highway 14 between the Fish Hatchery and Rustic – Five residential structures and eight other structures were destroyed.
• Manhattan Road area – Two residential structures and five other structures were destroyed. One other structure sustained major damage.
• Boy Scout Ranch Road area – One residential structure, one other structure, and 17 business structures were destroyed. One business structure sustained major damage. The business structures belong to the Shambhala Mountain Center.
o Other structures include outbuildings and structures without a designation in the assessor database.
o None of the residential structures were primary residences.
The DAT includes personnel from the Larimer County Assessor’s Office and the Larimer County Building Department.
LCSO is working with the fire incident management team on plans to allow owners with damage/loss to safely return to their property.
Previous damage report here – https://www.larimer.org/…/update-cameron-peak-fire-structur…
9/28 Smoke Outlook More info at: Smoke Information If there is increased smo…
9/28 Smoke Outlook
More info at: https://wildlandfiresmoke.net/outlooks/NorthCentralColorado
If there is increased smoke from the fires, Estes Park will likely experience it first in the afternoon, and then northwest winds will push it towards the northern Front Range urban corridor in the late afternoon and evening. Boulder, Longmont, Loveland, Fort Collins and Greely could have smoke in the evening and into the nighttime. Laramie and Cheyenne will be mostly Good with periods of Moderate smoke into the evening and night.
CDPHE Air Pollution Control Division still has an action day for particulates until 4pm. There is now an Air Resource Advisor (Brett Anderson) for the Mullen Fire. We will issue a joint forecast for the time being.
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