On July 19, 2016 the Loveland City Council unanimously approved a new program aimed at spurring redevelopment and business reinvestment along one of the City’s main thoroughfares. The program, called the West Eisenhower Reinvestment Zone, waives most development fees for projects between Wilson and Taft Avenue over the next two years.
Any project within the reinvestment zone that requires a building permit may participate in this program, regardless of the size and scope of the work.
Council identified West Eisenhower Boulevard for this program because not only does it offer a wide variety of commercial services to local residents, but it also serves as Loveland’s first impression to those returning from their mountain getaway in Estes Park. Given this importance, the City established the reinvestment zone to attract new investment in this area that may not otherwise develop in the foreseeable future.