County Offices, Courts and Landfill will be closed on Monday, July 4 for the Independence Day Holiday. Critical services at Larimer County are not disrupted by closures.
The Larimer County Local Emergency Planning Committee's ("LEPC") mission shall be to enhance and create plans directing the response to hazardous materials incidents, increase compliance with hazardous materials reporting requirements and to continue to offer access to information on the storage of such materials, for the benefit of the county's residents, businesses and industries. The Committee shall carry out its mission in Larimer County in compliance with SARA Title III and other federal, state and local requirements in such a way that meets both the letter and spirit of those requirements and that enhances and encourages a partnership between county residents, businesses and industry through an exchange of information and mutual planning.
The LEPC is a repository for the emergency action plans that businesses and governmental agencies in Larimer County complete. These plans must be completed by any entity that has a level of hazardous materials present above "threshold planning quantities." The LEPC also makes these plans available for public access. It has a membership roster composed of people throughout the county. The members represent: fire districts, the Sheriff's Department, industry, academia, school districts and medical providers. Currently, the LEPC is divided into four subcommittees who are all working towards achieving the mission statement. The four subcommittees are: