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Holiday Events

Closures: A friendly reminder that City Hall will be closed Dec. 24 and 31 in observance of the holidays.
Light Up Loveland: Thanks to all who participated in the city's annual holiday decoration contest. Visit the Facebook Group to see the winners. We hope you enjoy the lights! 
Great Holiday Light Challenge: The Loveland Sustainability Council is hosting the Great Holiday Light Challenge. This is your chance to recycle old holiday lights. Drop them off to City Hall (120 W. Loveland Ave.) by Jan. 30. 
Christmas Tree Removal: Residents may place their Christmas trees at the curb Jan. 3-14 for recycling pick-up by Public Works. Click here for more information.  

2021 Infrastructure Projects

A Message from City Manager David Kennedy

Currently, $1,555,028 of infrastructure improvements are underway in the city. This includes two major projects: 

Miamiview Drive Project: Construction began in August to replace a concrete box culvert, headwalls, and wingwalls. The project will also include extension of the dead-end roadway on (lower) Miamiview Drive to cross over the culvert and end with a T-type turn-around. The project continues to move along with little disruption to residents. Click here for more info.

Main & Chestnut Project: This large infrastructure project involving Main, South Wall, and Chestnut Streets began in October. Click here to read about the total project.

In addition to these projects, in 2021, the city completed $2,008,385 in infrastructure improvements including:

  • Annual Road Program
  • Broadway Stabilization
  • State Route 48 Sewer Main Extension
  • Loveland Heights Water Valve Replacement
  • Boike Park Tennis Court Removal
  • Lever Park Court Resurfacing
  • GPS Emergency Vehicle Traffic Signal Pre-emption Units
To learn more about the complete 2021 projects, please click here. Thank you to all residents for your patience with work crews and traffic delays, as these projects were completed.

Employment Opportunities 

The City of Loveland is hiring for a Chief Building Official and a Maintenance Worker. Visit our Jobs Page to learn more.

Reminder: Snow Season 

Snow-covered streets will be plowed and salted according to established priorities that are based on traffic volume, public safety, and access to emergency facilities and schools. During major snowstorms, Public Works will plow and salt continuously prior to high volume traffic hours. Thank you for your cooperation!

  • Crews ask you to please remove basketball hoops, toys, etc. from your cul-de-sac or the end of your driveway.
  • Check to make sure your mailboxes are securely attached. Heavy snow and/or ice thrown off plow blades sometimes knocks loose mailboxes off.
  • Please park your vehicles off the street, if possible.

Community Spotlight


This feature highlights Loveland businesses, organizations or residents. This month we are featuring the Loveland Sustainability Council.

Wishing to reduce waste or declutter your home? Not sure where to begin? The Loveland Sustainability Council likely can help! LSC holds programs throughout the year to help residents recycle and reduce waste. See what's ahead for 2022

School Spotlight


This feature highlights a story from the Loveland City Schools. To get more news, sign up for their community newsletter here
Loveland Employees with Loveland mom

Loveland City Schools wants to give a special thank you to a few members of the district maintenance team: Larry Flynn and Brian Fay, along with Bill Cole, the Supervisor of Facilities and Grounds. Larry, Brian, and Bill work hard every day to keep our district facilities in great shape, but they deserve special recognition for recently going the extra mile. When a Loveland mom, Katie Spjut, pulled into the District Office parking lot with a flat tire, they jumped into action to get her back on the road. It was cold and dark, and between the three of them, they managed to get her spare swapped out pretty quickly, and even filled the spare with air because it was low. Katie wrote a nice thank you note and stopped in the office to thank them in person. She talked about how reassuring it was to see people step up to help her out, and it made her feel good to show her LHS sophomore who was in the car that there are great people who work in the school district.

City Calendars


For a list of upcoming City Council and committee meetings, click here.
For a list of upcoming concerts and events, click here
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