Disaster Assistance Center will open at Rocky Mountain Center for Innovation and Technology
A disaster assistance center for residents and business owners affected by Big Thompson River flooding in Loveland will open Monday at the Rocky Mountain Center for Innovation and Technology, the former Agilent Technologies campus, at 815 Southwest 14th Street.
The center will open Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. to accept donations of non-perishable food, toiletry items, gift cards, bottled water and sports drinks. People wishing to make donations should enter the campus from Colorado Avenue just north of Southwest 14th Streets and follow signs to the donation center.
The center will open with basic information services Monday morning at 8 a.m. at Building B on the campus, served by the entrance off Taft Avenue north of Southwest 14th Street, with access to the center clearly marked with signs.
Services for flood victims will be added during the center's first two days of operation. By Wednesday they will include services by the Larimer County Health Department, the American Red Cross, Touchstone Partners mental health services, the Larimer Humane Society, the Small Business Administration, and services from finance and insurance advisers.
By Monday, the center will have a dedicated phone line. Information about that connection will be available on the City's emergency information line, (970) 962-2020