Larimer County to Let Fire Restrictions Expire

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On recommendation from the Larimer County Sheriff, the Board of Larimer County Commissioners at their regular Administrative Matters meeting, recently, will allow the current fire restrictions in unincorporated Larimer County to expire on August 29 at 12:01 pm.

Because of above-normal moisture levels, and cooler temperatures, Larimer County Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Operations Director Justin Whitesell felt comfortable allowing the restrictions which were put in place on July 29, 2022, to expire. Larimer County residents and visitors are still urged to exercise caution with all combustible materials.

Larimer County serves all residents and businesses through stewardship of numerous community resources, infrastructure improvement and maintenance, planning services, transparent public records, human and economic health initiatives, and broad community-wide public safety services. The County has a rich agricultural and western heritage that is reflected in our commitment to a high quality of life and preservation of our natural areas.

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