Larimer County holding insurance workshop for High Park Fire survivors on Aug. 2

Larimer County is holding a “Insurance:Rebuilding and Recovery Process” meeting for High Park and Woodland Heights Fire survivors on Thursday, Aug. 2 beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the Hearing Room, 1st floor, Larimer County Courthouse Offices Building, 200 West Oak Street in Fort Collins.

Property owners and renters whose homes were damaged or destroyed in the High Park Fire or Woodland Heights Fire will have the opportunity to ask questions during a Q & A portion of the program. Roadmap to Recovery tools will be distributed free of charge to all meeting attendees.

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This program is co‐sponsored by Larimer County and United Policyholders, a non‐profit consumer organization assisting disaster survivors for over 20 years.

Please visit and click on the High and Woodland Heights Fire photo for recovery information. There is a new sign-up for High Park and Woodland Heights Fire information updates and a place to list upcoming events.

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  1. The “Roadmap to Recovery” program is fantastic. May of the Fourmile Canyon Fire Survivors found it very helpful. The people from United Policyholders are very knowledgeable and they will have a bunch of great advice and information for you (free of charge). I encourage everyone affected be the fires in Colorado to attend this meeting.
    Also the United Policyholders website is:

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