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Welcome to Larimer County Colorado

Interested in a fascinating and fun hobby? Our society has lots to offer for new and experienced genealogists. Our website includes many research and learning aids for our members and visitors. Please take time to browse our many webpages and learn about genealogy, family history, local databases, and our society. Thank you for visiting our website!

Become A Member Today and Enjoy Our Monthly Programs Live or At Home!

An exclusive benefit for our members! Our society records our monthly programs so our members who can’t attend every month or want to watch our programs again, can do so on their computer, tablet, smartphone, or smart TV. We make our monthly videos avaiable for up to nine days after each monthly program. Select the video screen below, then select the play button at the bottom left of screen to see a three minute prreview of our past monthly programs.

Join today at Membership Info to see our monthly programs live or on video at home!

FREE Classes and Workshops


You have an invitation to join us for our free annual classes and workshops including our popular Family Tree Maker Users Group classes. Our society provides 20 easy to learn classes each year on many subjects at the three library systems in Fort Collins, Loveland, and Windsor. Visit our events calendar in the top menu to see our class schedule or our Family Tree Maker webpage for class details.

Research Our Many Larimer County Databases!


We’ve added many databases including Larimer County cemetery and grave locations! So take the time to research them and be sure to tell your genealogy friends about our many Larimer County databases!

Need Genealogy Research Help?

Our society has volunteers on every Thursday afternoon from 1 to 5 pm (summer months 1 to 3 pm) except holidays at Old Town Library in Fort Collins and at Loveland Public Library in Loveland. If you need help with your genealogy or family history, visit our experienced volunteers in locating your ancestors at either library. Our volunteers will show you many methods including the Internet databases to find your ancestors!

Visit National Archives in Broomfield

Visit The new National Archives (pictured below) and genealogy room located at 17101 N. Huron Street. From Larimer County, take I-25 South to Colorado Highway 7 (Broomfield/Lafayette exit). Turn right at ramp light to first Huron Street (about 1/8 mile) and north to the blue/white NARA facility on the left. Besides their microfilm inventory, they have many Internet databases for patrons to research their ancestors.

Visit the National Archives Rocky Mountain Region website at NARA Rocky Mountain Region Website or their facebook page at Denver Facebook Page for updates. Please call 303-604-4740 for info on their new facility research center.

Visit Fort Collins Museum of Discovery & Archives

The Museum of Discovery is a new 47,000 square foot facility, which opened in 2012 to rave reviews. Through the integration of science, culture, and history, the exhibits at the new museum will inspire visitors to explore the future, the present, and the past. The museum will include a high technology planetarium show in their new digital dome theatre.

Genealogists will appreciate the local history archives. The Archive will continue to be a free resource open to all visitors, available for everything from casual exploration to in-depth scholarly research. Please visit their website: Archives Website