Larimer County, CO Business

Estes Park Trail Gazette

Housing markets remain hot through August

End of summer vacations, kids returning to school, and typical seasonal slowdowns did not impact the continued hot housing market across the seven-county Denver metro area and state, according to the latest monthly market data and analysis from the Colorado Association of REALTORS® (CAR). Despite anticipated seasonal dips in new...
Rocky Mountain Collegian

FoCo farmers markets show inspiring display of community

Meet the duality of Fort Collins — traditional architecture and modern structures, longtime residents and 4-year-university students and activities for both the homebodies and the outdoor enthusiasts. Yet one thing is everlasting: the mass of small businesses and passionate locals. Farmers markets provide local businesses, particularly farmers and other natural...
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Larimer SBDC, Loveland Business Development Center holding entrepreneurship bootcamps

As part of National Small Business Week, which runs from Sept. 13 to Sept. 17, the Larimer Small Business Development Center and the Loveland Business Development Center are hosting a series of free, half-day bootcamps for entrepreneurs. Topics include:. Startups. Marketing. Financial tracking. Human resources and talent. Sessions will be...
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The Tribune

Weld, Larimer to host Workforce Symposium next month

Northern Colorado businesspeople are welcome to attend a Workforce Symposium scheduled for 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 21 inside the McKee Exhibition Hall at The Ranch in Loveland. The 2021 Workforce Symposium focuses on the future after a workforce rebound due to the COVID-19 pandemic with a slogan that emphasizes, “Future Workforce, Future Workplace, Future Leadership,” according to a Weld County news release.

Wells: Is seasonality finally coming back to the market?

The Longmont Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to celebrate 25 years helping members save money and improve workplace safety through its safety program, a partnership with member brokers and Pinnacol Workers’ Compensation Insurance. Well before the pandemic was impacting the real estate market, we were discussing ad nauseum the...

Orange Tag for Property Taxes in Larimer County

LARIMER COUNTY, CO - The County of Larimer's Treasurer & Public Trustee's Office will release orange tags for people who have property tax arrears, such as homes and cars. The orange tag will be installed starting from this week until next September. This is done to notify property owners with unpaid taxes to pay the 2020 property tax this year immediately.

Courtesy orange tag notices for mobile homes

The Larimer County Treasurer & Public Trustee’s Office will be posting orange tag notices starting next week through September for mobile homes with delinquent 2020 property taxes payable in 2021. The tags are an additional courtesy reminder to pay by Sept. 30, 2021 to avoid further statutory fees in October...
Estes Park Trail Gazette

Town Board holds passionate debate on STRs, workforce housing

The Estes Park Town Board met Tuesday night in-person at Town Hall for their regularly scheduled meeting and after all of the action items had been voted on and decided, the board held a discussion on vacation home philosophy related to transferability, residential cap, and potential revenue sources. At the...

Unemployment in Colorado stands higher than nat’l average

Unemployment in Colorado remains slightly higher than the national average. In July, it stood at a smidge over 6%. The national average is just below 5.5%. Boulder County though had the lowest unemployment rate in the state coming in at just under 5%. In Larimer County, unemployment was at 5.1% In Weld County, it was higher at 6.1%. Professional and business services and hospitality sectors saw the most growth.

Save time and money with eNotices

Larimer County Treasurer & Public Trustee Irene Josey is encouraging residents to sign-up for eNotices to receive their future tax statements electronically. Tax statements and postcards will be mailed mid-January 2022, for 2021 taxes payable in 2022. Nearly 90,000 traditional full-page statements are typically mailed that include payment coupons and an envelope. Approximately 70,000 postcard statements are also mailed to those residents whose mortgage companies pay their property taxes.

Property Tax Savings for Seniors & Disabled Veterans

Are you still reeling from the recent increases in your property tax assessments? As the value of Colorado real estate booms, we will continue to see increases in our real property taxes since our tax amount is based on the assessed value. Senior citizens and honorably discharged disabled veterans are eligible for property tax savings. Make certain that you or the seniors in your life are taking advantage of this helpful savings.

Gallery Flats sells to Arizona buyer for $18M

LOVELAND — A nearly full apartment complex that helped drive downtown redevelopment about five years ago has sold to out-of-state investors for $18.05 million, Larimer County Assessor records show. Recognizing Women in Health Care who are leading their teams through the COVID-19 crisis. Nominate them today!. The seller was Gallery...

First National Bank of Omaha awards more than $800K in grants

OMAHA — First National Bank of Omaha, which has multiple branches in Northern Colorado and the Boulder Valley, has awarded $817,000 in grants to 45 nonprofit organizations in Nebraska, Iowa, Colorado, Illinois, Kansas and Texas. $5,000 – Boys & Girls Club of Larimer County (Fort Collins): provides support for Career...