Larimer County- Loveland
Growth Management Area Overlay Zoning District
The City of Loveland and Larimer County are working to provide certainty around growth, development, annexation and infrastructure in and around the State Highway 402 and US Highway 34 corridors. With these goals in mind, Loveland and Larimer County are exploring extending the Loveland Growth Management Area overlay-zoning district to properties where it does not currently exist. Doing this will put into effect the Intergovernmental Agreement for Growth Management (IGA) between Loveland and Larimer County and create certainty for property owners that Loveland will provide services if they chose to develop.
The proposed extension of the Larimer County Loveland Growth Management Area is depicted in the Proposal Map below. It is important to note that having the Larimer County Loveland Growth Management Area overlay zoning district on your property does not mean that you are being annexed into the City of Loveland. If you as the property owner choose to re-zone your property or apply for a special review or minor land division, you will need to check with the City of Loveland to see if you are able to be annexed, per the rules of the State.
The full IGA document is included below:
The planning boundaries map depicts the current extent of the Larimer County Loveland Growth Management Area overlay zoning district, as well as Loveland’s adopted Growth Management Area. It also shows the difference between the two:
The proposal map depicts the parcels proposed to be added to the Larimer County Loveland Growth management overlay zoning district:
The sewer infrastructure map depicts the existing and planned City of Loveland sewer infrastructure. Future pies are the darker green. Dashed lines indicate force mains where sewage must be pumped:
The transportation improvements poster depicts future transportation improvements along the SH 402 corridor including some that are already underway such as the intersection improvements at SH 402 and County Road 9E:
The water infrastructure map depicts the existing and planned water infrastructure. Water lines of both the City of Loveland and Little Thompson Water District are shown. As well as the service boundaries between the two:
Water Infrastructure Map
If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Hewett-Apperson, Senior City Planner with Loveland at 970-962-2557 or Jennifer.Hewett-Apperson@cityofloveland.org or Matt Lafferty, Principal Planner with Larimer County at 970-498-7721 or email@example.com.