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The 2013 Larimer County Community Report summarizes how you benefit, directly and indirectly, from the services Larimer County provides as well as how Larimer County gets the most out of available revenues through innovation and efficiencies. View report »
Whether you live inside or outside a city/town limits, you live in Larimer County. Did you know that every restaurant in Larimer County has been inspected by our Health Department? Find out more about your county in this 30-minute video.
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Colorado’s Low-income Energy Assistance Program (LEAP), which provides financial assistance with home heating bills, has announced an increase to the minimum and maximum benefit levels for residents who qualify. Program beneficiaries will now receive at least $300 to help defray winter home heating costs and the maximum benefit has been raised to $1,300. Click on the link for details on how to apply.
In collaboration with Flood 2013 Long Term Recovery Groups (Loveland and Estes Valley offices), Larimer County is sponsoring a Flood Recovery Information Open House on Saturday, March 8, 2014 from 10-2 pm at the Rocky Mountain Park Inn Conference Center, 101 South Saint Vrain Ave, Estes Park. There will be information on road and bridge repair, floodplain impacts, damage assessments, building permits and code requirements, flood loss and property taxes, master planning efforts, and debris removal. Other organizations, both public and private, will be available to discuss topics ranging from stream-bank restoration, volunteer availability, disaster recovery, and non-profit community outreach funding, resources, and support.
The Health Department is taking nominations for the eighth Joseph Jabaily Public Health Hero Award. Nominations are due by March 31.