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Fort Collins is in this together.

The pandemic has brought serious challenges to Fort Collins, but it’s also proved that we live in an exceptional community that rises up to help one another. At For FoCo, we want to highlight the resilience of our community and how we’re building back stronger.

The City is set to receive $28.1 million of the nearly $6 billion American Rescue Plan Act funds received by Colorado and other communities. These funds can be spent over the course of the next three and a half years. To guide this spending, the City is developing a Fort Collins Recovery Plan.


We want to hear from you! What does a resilient, vibrant recovery for all residents and businesses look like? How can we get there? Share your ideas by November 7.

Have 1 minute?

  • Share One Idea: Click the "One Thing" tab below and share one topic we should focus on to support pandemic recovery.

Have 5 minutes?

Have more time?

  • Dive Deeper: Watch a community conversation to learn more about recovery.

Interested in hosting a conversation about recovery with your organization, friends or other group? Please reach out to Sarah Meline, smeline@fcgov.com to learn more.



Recovery Plan Vision

The pandemic has brought serious challenges to the community, impacting virtually every aspect of our lives and often exacerbating previously existing issues. Fort Collins continues to face these and emerging challenges with the rise of the Delta variant. Although the community is undoubtedly still in the midst of pandemic response, the City of Fort Collins has begun to plan the road to recovery.

To guide long-term efforts, the City of Fort Collins is developing a Recovery Plan. Recovery is a multi-faceted, multi-year process, and the plan is a crucial step in laying out what the community needs most to build back better.

The Plan will focus on more than just economic recovery. It will also focus on equity, community recovery, health, and environmental resilience. This triple-bottom-line approach will lead to a more balanced recovery and consider perspectives from many different stakeholders and community members.

As our community continues to heal, the vision for recovery is that all Fort Collins residents and businesses can participate in a resilient, vibrant and inclusive future.

En Español

Fort Collins is in this together.

The pandemic has brought serious challenges to Fort Collins, but it’s also proved that we live in an exceptional community that rises up to help one another. At For FoCo, we want to highlight the resilience of our community and how we’re building back stronger.

The City is set to receive $28.1 million of the nearly $6 billion American Rescue Plan Act funds received by Colorado and other communities. These funds can be spent over the course of the next three and a half years. To guide this spending, the City is developing a Fort Collins Recovery Plan.


We want to hear from you! What does a resilient, vibrant recovery for all residents and businesses look like? How can we get there? Share your ideas by November 7.

Have 1 minute?

  • Share One Idea: Click the "One Thing" tab below and share one topic we should focus on to support pandemic recovery.

Have 5 minutes?

Have more time?

  • Dive Deeper: Watch a community conversation to learn more about recovery.

Interested in hosting a conversation about recovery with your organization, friends or other group? Please reach out to Sarah Meline, smeline@fcgov.com to learn more.



Recovery Plan Vision

The pandemic has brought serious challenges to the community, impacting virtually every aspect of our lives and often exacerbating previously existing issues. Fort Collins continues to face these and emerging challenges with the rise of the Delta variant. Although the community is undoubtedly still in the midst of pandemic response, the City of Fort Collins has begun to plan the road to recovery.

To guide long-term efforts, the City of Fort Collins is developing a Recovery Plan. Recovery is a multi-faceted, multi-year process, and the plan is a crucial step in laying out what the community needs most to build back better.

The Plan will focus on more than just economic recovery. It will also focus on equity, community recovery, health, and environmental resilience. This triple-bottom-line approach will lead to a more balanced recovery and consider perspectives from many different stakeholders and community members.

As our community continues to heal, the vision for recovery is that all Fort Collins residents and businesses can participate in a resilient, vibrant and inclusive future.

Stories of Community Camaraderie & Resilience

Fort Collins is in this together.

The pandemic has brought serious challenges to Fort Collins, but it’s also proved that we live in an exceptional community that rises up to help one another. At For FoCo, we want to highlight the resilience of our community and how we’re building back stronger. We also want to know what you think we should focus on as we work to support community recovery in Fort Collins. No idea or story is too big or too small.

We invite you to explore stories from community members, City staff, business owners and other FoCo locals, and we encourage you to share your own stories: all the ways you and the people you know have supported one another, fostered community and shown how we’re stronger together.

We want to hear from you. Share your stories of resilience and coming together during the pandemic. Did you participate in the 8 p.m. howl? Enjoy take out from your favorite local restaurant? Support another community member through the Adopt A Neighbor Program? 

Share your stories below!

Thank you for sharing your story with us. We are proud of our community's resilience and the ways neighbors, businesses and others in our community have rallied together!

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