The July 4th Festival is held annually at North Lake Park in Loveland.
The new clubhouse at the Mariana Butte Golf Course is now open.
The City of Loveland is co-sponsoring the Loveland Community Health Fair, April 25 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the McKee Conference and Wellness Center, 2000 N. Boise Ave.
Loveland residents are invited to a Wayside Railroad Horn Demonstration, April 28 at the BNSF Railway at 10th St.
City of Loveland Transit (COLT) is adding a new 35-foot, low-floor bus to its fleet, bringing the total to 10 City buses.
Youth athletic groups can apply for funding through the Youth Athletic Grant Program.
The City of Loveland’s Public Works Department is encouraging Loveland families to accompany their children to school, in a non-automobile form of transportation, on T-n-T Tuesdays.
The City of Loveland Solid Waste Division will begin to service yard waste carts for the 2009 growing season starting Monday, March 30.
A portion of Boyd Lake Road (County Road 9) will be closed for about 10 days during construction of irrigation pipe extensions.
An overview of the Loveland public transit system and how it has made changes to meet increasing ridership demands is the subject of the “Loveland’s Talking.”
This fundraising event raises funds for youth recreational scholarships.
A public kickoff meeting for the West Central Eisenhower Redevelopment Corridor Study will be held 6-7:30 p.m. Wed., March 4 at the Loveland City Council Chambers.
A Loveland city government building inspector has received an award for likely saving the lives of a local resident and her pets.
A financial snapshot of Loveland’s economic and financial situation is discussed on “Loveland’s Talking.”
Area residents are invited to a public meeting, 7 - 9 p.m., Thurs., Feb. 19 in the City Council Chambers, to review the Railroad Quite Zone draft.
Loveland’s Eagleview Park will be a bit greener plus even more colorful every autumn thanks to nine new trees to be planted by volunteers.
2008 was a productive year for the City of Loveland government and City services remained at high levels.