Filing a Notice or Claim Against the City

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To file a claim with the City in the event you believe that the City of Loveland or any of its employees has injured you or damaged your property, Colorado law requires you to file a written Notice of Claim with the City. 

 The Colorado Governmental Immunity Act (CGIA) states that a claimant has 182 days after the date of the discovery of injury/incident to file written notice to the public entity.  The City of Loveland provides the claim forms for such official notice from claimants through the Risk Management Division.

The City of Loveland is insured through the Colorado Intergovernmental Risk Sharing Agency (CIRSA) who manages claims against the city.  To file a claim you can request a form from the City of Loveland Risk Management Division of the Human Resources Department.  To obtain reports or other documents from the City of Loveland, please contact the Municipal Clerk Office to make an Open Records request. To contact Risk Management you can use the following:


The City of Loveland

Risk Management Division

500 East Third Street, Suite 300

Loveland, Colorado 80537


By e-mail at RiskManagement@cityofloveland.orgor by calling Risk Management directly at 970-962-3314