Sheriff announces redesigned website for Larimer County Sheriff's Office

Larimer County Sheriff’s Office has revamped its website at According to Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith, the new look is intended to make it easier for users to find information.

The Sheriff had originally planned to migrate back to the county’s website at but, after researching the issue, concluded that most governmental agencies with robust web presence were hosting sites separate from the city or county.

The layout and design of the new site are intended to make relevant information easy to find. The Sheriff and his staff have worked with the county information technology department to ensure that citizens have a smooth link between the sites. Sheriff Smith is encouraged by the opportunities that this enhanced site offers to the community.

The technical work on the website was done by Patrol Deputy Ryan Greene who worked on his time off to develop the site. A committee of employees continues to work together to ensure the site is providing as much information as possible.

Future improvements to the site will include access to warrant listings and the names of those currently in the Larimer County Jail.

Sheriff Smith said, “I’m excited that our new website will make it easier for Larimer County residents and others to do business with us. I am particularly pleased with the collaboration our employees demonstrated in building the new site in order to keep the cost as low as possible.”

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