Larimer County’s current special transport permitting procedures have remained relatively unchanged since 1978. We are updating our County permitting program to be more in-line with the Colorado Department of Transportation’s (CDOT) oversize/overweight permitting system (COOPR) and regulations.
The City of Fort Colilns, City of Loveland and Larimer County Board of Commissioners approved technical revisions to portions of the Larimer County Urban Area Street Standards. The changes are effective as of September 19, 2016.
On July 21, 2016, Engineering staff help an open house meeting to present information about a project to repair flood related damage on CR 25E. Below are links to information presented at this meeting.
Beginning in July, 2016, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) will begin work on permanent repairs to US 34 damage caused by the 2013 flood.
As the Larimer County community continues recovery efforts from the natural disasters of the last few years, private landowners are being asked to sign numerous documents. The documentation needs are driven by the nature and location of the project as well as the funding source. One of the most common documents is a Right of Entry (ROE).
The preliminary results of the floodplain study in the Glen Haven area.
Larimer County has set two new benchmarks in the Glen Haven and Drake flood damaged areas to help property owners and surveyors doing work in the canyon:
Road Information Locator is a software application that gives you the ability to view the county’s roadway assets using a map (road ownership, road maintenance, signs, culverts, traffic count information, crash information, plus much more).
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