Larimer County Offices, Courts, District Attorney, Landfill, Household Hazardous Waste, and Recycle Center are all closed on Thanksgiving Day, November 26, 2015.
County Offices are also closed on Friday, November 27 while the Courts, District Attorney, Landfill, Household Hazardous Waste, and Recycle Center are open.
Critical services at Larimer County will not be disrupted by this closure.
Sheriff Warns Residents to Lock Vehicles
Release Date: May 22, 2013
Larimer County Sheriff's Office
John Schulz, Public Information Officer
The advent of warmer weather means residents will be taking advantage of the numerous recreational opportunities available in Larimer County. Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith reminds residents to lock their vehicles when parking in recreational area parking lots, especially those providing access to trailheads.
Sheriff Smith says residents are urged to leave valuables at home or lock them in the trunk out of sight. Visible electronic equipment like cell phones, MP3 players, GPS devices and cameras as well as wallets and purses are an invitation for a vehicle break-in. Be sure to also remove chargers and suction cups which broadcast the presence of electronic equipment in a vehicle.
Don't leave anything visible in your car, including loose change. This is the single most important thing you can do to prevent your car window from being smashed and your valuables taken. It's also a good idea to make sure to record the make, model and serial number of your items. Having that information is the only way to try and recover the items and prosecute the offender.
Residents are encouraged to report any suspicious activity they observe. Larimer County deputies will be doing extra patrols this summer, as time permits, but it takes only a minute to smash a window and remove valuables. There is generally an increase in the numbers of vehicle break-ins during the summer months.
Sheriff Justin Smith said, "We typically see a sharp increase of vehicle break-ins at this time of the year. Many of these break-ins are preventable if people will lock their doors and keep valuables out of sight."