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City offices remain closed to the public through May 25

Post Date:05/08/2020 5:28 PM

Contact:  Tom Hacker, Public Information Officer, 970-800-1814 

In line with provisions of the Governor’s “Safer at Home” order issued in late April, the Municipal Building and other City of Loveland office facilities will remain closed to the public through May 25, 2020. 

The Chilson Recreation Center and Senior Center, the Loveland Museum, the Rialto Theater and the Loveland Public Library are regulated by stringent requirements set forth in State and County orders. Those facilities will reopen as public health orders allow, and could extend beyond the May 25 date.

The City on March 18, 2020, closed its offices and most other facilities to the public as the COVID-19 pandemic intensified. Subsequent public health orders from the State and County have forced closures and the extension of those dates through the end of May.

The Civic Center’s Municipal Building and Annex, the Public Works Administration Building, the Development Center, the Police and Courts Building and the Service Center housing the Loveland Water and Power Department and Loveland Burial Park office are among the facilities that will tentatively reopen May 26.

Parks facilities that include the fitness court, dog parks, picnic tables, playgrounds, and skate parks are also closed through May 25. 

The Loveland Visitors Center, located adjacent to the Loveland Chamber of Commerce offices on Stone Creek Circle in east Loveland, will reopen on May 12. Viestenz-Smith Mountain Park is scheduled to reopen May 16.

Some of the City’s popular facilities, including its three golf courses, tennis and pickleball courts, the Recycling Center, and curbside services for the Library have recently reopened.

Open park areas, City natural areas, the Recreation Trail and other trails have been kept open during the COVID-19 response to afford opportunities for outdoor recreation.