Larimer County damage assessment teams are determining the conditions of homes and other structures damaged by the flood. These assessments will continue over a period of time as areas become more accessible. The County damage assessments are more involved than initial field work conducted by FEMA and the Red Cross. These assessments include preliminary exterior structural inspections to help property owners identify potential hazards and determine if homes can be occupied or are unsafe and should not be entered.
You are encouraged to report damage to your property as this will aid the Assessment Teams in their work. You can also request a damage assessment inspection if you have not yet had one or if you require a more detailed inspection. There is no fee for a damage assessment inspection. If you have questions about this form, please call (970) 498-7699 or e-mail the Building Department at firstname.lastname@example.org. If available, please attach post-flood photographs of your site.
Self Report Damage Assessment/Inspection Request
*Site Address of Property:
Has an assessment damage inspection already been conducted for your property?
Do you need to schedule an initial or more detailed damage assessment inspection? If yes,
a Building Department staff member will call you to schedule the inspection.
Describe the damage to your house (check one):
My house is completely destroyed
My house is standing, but I do not feel safe living in it
I have damage to my house but I feel it is safe to live there
I have damage to my house and I do not know if it is safe to live there
I do not know the status of my house, but I think it survived
I do not know the status of my house, but I think it has severe damage
I do not know the status of my house
My house is undamaged
Do you have damage to outbuildings (such as garages, workshops, studios, barns, sheds, etc.?)
Severe damage to at least one or more outbuildings
No more than minor damage to one or more outbuildings
No damage to any outbuildings
Can you get to your house right now? Yes
You may include up to 3 files as attachments (photos, sketch, appraisal, etc.) to assist Community Development staff in evaluating your property. Attachments cannot be more than 25MB in size.
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