First Annual Larimer County
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.
The report showcases the diversity of services we provide to the 300,000+ residents of our community. After viewing the report, check out the accompanying video segments. They provide additional insight into services, the Larimer County budget, and how that budget is utilized.
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Larimer County provides services that support the entire justice system – patrol, arrest, investigation, prosecution, sentencing, and incarceration – for all 2,640 square miles of the County. Larimer County also provides timely disaster response and recovery, most recently for the 2012 High Park Fire and 2013 Colorado Flood.
2006 Jail population: 513
2006 County population: 281,215
2012 Jail population: 453
2012 County population: 310,487
Community Resources, Infrastructure,
In 2012, Larimer County saw 30,000 boaters visit Horsetooth Reservoir, recycled over 961 tons of material, and maintained over 900 miles of County roads. Other services include The Ranch, building inspection, community planning and development, engineering, and management of Larimer County's parks and open spaces.
Landfill Capacity and Recycling
Recycling keeps waste out of the landfill thereby increasing its useful life and delaying the expense of building a new facility.
Public Records and Information Services
In addition to recording public records, registering motor vehicles, and providing marriage licenses, Larimer County was the first county in the state to implement the vote center model for convenient elections.
In Larimer County, there is no wrong place to vote!
Essential Public Records
Marriage licenses in 2012 – 2,856
Vehicle registrations in 2012 – 324,029
Properties assessed in 2012 – 150,629
Human and Economic Services
In 2012, Larimer County assisted 18,039 job seekers, completed 1,844 restaurant inspections, and ranked first or second in most state-wide child welfare performance goals. Larimer County also helps protect residents from contagious diseases and monitors air and water quality.
Citizen Survey Results
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