Historic properties are identified primarily through the completion of historic property surveys. A survey reviews properties within a specific geographical area. It could be a single block of properties or an entire city. The purpose of the survey can vary. It may identify eligible historic properties in the survey area or it may focus on the eligibility of properties relating to a particular theme (such as commerce, agriculture, or ethnic heritage).
In 2019, under the guidance and support of the Loveland Historic Preservation Commission, the City of Loveland was awarded Certified Local Government (CLG) grant funds from History Colorado, the state office, to conduct a themed survey of 20-25 properties that relate to the Sugar Beet Industry and/or German from Russia immigrant population. The City of Loveland contracted with Cultural Resource Historians to complete the work. A special thankyou to Carl McWilliams for his expertise and hard work on this project!
Below you will find the Survey Report and Intensive Inventory Forms of the properties in the survey area