A new website and mobile app launched by Larimer County Engineering and Road and Bridge Departments now makes it easier for residents to report issues and other matters on unincorporated Larimer County roads.
Have you ever seen a nasty pothole or dead animal or encountered a fallen tree, a pile of trash, or a large branch on a county road? Now, you can report it and other road issues through a new system called VUEWorks and a mobile app designed for your mobile device. With the Citizen Request Portal, it’s easy to:
- Upload pictures
- Add specific addresses and map locations
- Receive emails on the status of requests that have been submitted
Unincorporated Larimer County has an extensive network of about 1000 miles of roads and over 200 bridges, some of which are very heavily traveled, said Larimer County Director of Engineering Mark Peterson. “The new VUEWorks Management System will give the county the tools and information needed to make good decisions to better manage, maintain, and improve this transportation network,” said Peterson.
Citizens can also use VUEWorks to make suggestions that might enhance the safety of Larimer County roads and bridges or repair damaged signs.
Citizen reports can be submitted from anywhere in Larimer County. Road and bridge issues within the jurisdiction of cities like Fort Collins or Loveland and towns like Estes Park still need to be reported to those cities.
Get the free mobile VUEWorks Citizen Portal for Apple, Google and Android here: