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Larimer park rangers continue to amaze me on how much they don’t care about the community. During the pandemic I saw a ranger write someone a ticket for not having their dog on a leash!! The other day I saw a ranger with binoculars looking for people without dog leashes.
is there anyway we can drastically reduce the ranger staff or at least teach them not to be so robotic and cold? Also, who is in charge of the rangers? Can I contact that individual because I’d love to hear his/her rationale behind training the rangers to act like total p.o.s.
Campground cancellation fees. I was surprised to find out how high the cancellation fees for a campground site. After paying $72 for two nights, I needed to change or cancel my reservation and received a refund of $25. Never saw it on your web site..
Did not realize what I was signing up for when making the reservation, and that the cancellation fee would be about 3/4 of the cost of the reservation. Please make the cancellation fees more obvious on the website.
Very sorry confusion in the reservation policy. It is posted on our website https://www.larimer.org/naturalresources/reservations/campgrounds in the drop down menu, under Reservation Guidelines and Reservation Fees.
Cancellations made 5 days or less prior to arrival will forfeit 1 night's camping plus the transaction and cancellation fee. Partial cancellations are not allowed. Once a reservation is created, the entire reservation can be changed but not the number of days. To change the number of days of a reservation, the entire reservation must be cancelled.
If you change or cancel a reservation, you must pay an additional $6.35 fee. If you cancel fewer than 5 full days before arrival date, or cancel any part of the reservation after arrival at the park, you may forfeit up to two night's camping fees, since the site won't be available for other people to reserve
"Pay Property taxes" on the e-check page goes NOWHERE
The Parcel Zoning Search is non-existent. And there's no one available to get it resolved. I would think that all online access would be fixed by now since there isn't any other way to get info without dealing with calling them...but that is another topic for discussion, communication.
The system appears to be online for checking parcel zoning:
Is there another area of the site where the information is not working.
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Govenor Collins says he wants everyone tested, and said there are plenty of test kits to test everyone in Colorado. Why is Larimer County limiting them only to people with certain symptoms. I worry about being asymptomatic. The usual symptoms are ones I have year round. Eg; sniffles, runny nose, dry cough, sometimes eyes, achy bones and joints, headaches!, sometimes bad, other times not so bad. Where I live, until recently we who live at Mirasol have done well with distancing and face masks,though I started sooner after being out to see my doctor on February 9th.i have been no worse than usual, but I want to be tested as a precaution and my concern for others, especially other persons who live and my family whom I see usually every week for shopping. Please tell me where I can go for a test.
Depending on the department there are different ways to contact each team. Who are you looking to contact?
best method is often our contact form:
Each department often posts contact details at the bottom of each of their pages:
leadership contact details are available here:
If you need more details please let me know.
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