This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with an update on a previous emergency message. Emergency officials have checked the area of Buckhorn Road (County Road 44H) from just west of Cougar Drive (MM27) east to Stove Prairie Road (County Road 27) and found the imminent flooding threat has subsided. Residents are reminded that they should be cautious when moving about these previously flooded areas. Buckhorn Road (County Road 44H) is still impassable from 1 mile east of Moose Ridge Road (MM25) to Forest Road 129 (MM31) due to prior flooding. Text LCFLOODS to 888777 for updates. Visit www.nocoalert.org to see a map of the affected areas.
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This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with a situation update. The flooding in the Buckhorn Canyon area of (CR44H & CR27) has solved. You are now okay to travel in this area.… read more
09-14-2023 16:15:38 This is the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office with an emergency message. Dangerous flooding is occurring in the area of Buckhorn Canyon – CR44H & CR27. Immediately reach higher ground by any means necessary. Avoid area subject to flooding… read more