Public Works Administration
2525 West 1st Street
Loveland, CO 80537
Public Works COVID-19 Response
Starting Wednesday, March 25, 2020 to April 10, 2020, all trash and recycling will be limited to the disposal of the contents of the trash and recycling carts only. Yard cart service will begin on Monday, March 30. Your weekly service will stay on the same day, but any additional bags or special pick-up items will not be serviced during this time.
We apologize for any inconvenience, but this will protect the drivers so we can ensure ongoing waste collection services. Please be aware of the following:
- If possible, bag all trash contents and tie securely.
- Items in the recycle bin should still be loose in the cart.
- Residents who would like a larger trash cart or an additional trash cart, should contact (970) 962-2524.
The Public Works Department provides planning, design, construction and maintenance services for the general public and the City of Loveland’s internal operations. Use of the City facilities for meetings and special events is scheduled, coordinated and supported by Public Works. Management, maintenance, and administration and purchasing of all City vehicles and equipment is included in the department responsibilities.
Public services provided by the department include: transportation system design; street construction management and inspection; pavement management; traffic engineering and the installation, operation and maintenance for all traffic signals, signs and pavement markings; Stormwater collection system design and maintenance; street maintenance and repair; snow and ice removal; fixed route and paratransit bus services; solid waste management and recycling and mosquito control.
Maintenance Operations Center
105 West 5th Street
Loveland, CO 80537
Development Review Center
410 East 5th Street
Loveland, CO 80534
North I-25 Express Lanes project
The next phase of the $302 million, multi-year project includes elevation of the bridges that cross the Big Thompson River, improvements at the U.S. Highway 34 interchange and widening of the highway through Loveland.
The project will also feature multimodal transit, pedestrian and bicycle accommodations throughout I-25’s path through Loveland.
The City of Loveland is a community partner in the express lanes initiative with a $6 million commitment, paid in annual $2 million installments through the project’s duration. In addition, the Centerra Metro District has contributed $6 million. The two Loveland contributions account for almost half the $25 million in commitments from cities and counties along north I-25.
Track progress at the Colorado Transportation Department’s North I-25 project website, www.codot.gov/projects/north-i-25. The website also features answers to questions and a detailed fact sheet on the project.
Additional information is available by email at email@example.com or phone at (720) 593-1996.