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Whether it's the Loveland Downtown Partnership, the Downtown Development Authority, a new business going in downtown, a renovation or façade improvement, we want you to know what's happening in our Downtown District.

As part of the City's Capital Improvement Budget and plans for 2018, the planter beds along 4th street are getting a bit of a makeover!  These particular beds (28, as outlined in this  document) have had a rough time of it over the past few years, as the watering system (originally installed over a decade ago) has become mostly inoperable.
The DDA and the City are actively working towards a total renewal/redesign of these beds through the future HIP Streets program (the full re-vamp of the infrastructure, streets, sidewalks, etc), these systems will not be replaced before that program begins. Still, maintaining these beds to the standards of your and the other businesses they front is of great concern.   Starting this week many beds will be torn out, re-leveled, planted with drought tolerant grasses, and re-mulched.    For more info visit our project page HERE

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Keep reading for detailed brochure with Executive Director Candidate Profile,  time frame and online application. 

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The Art of the Horse

Showcasing work by Independence Gallery from carousel horses, to painting photography, and horse hair pottery and jewelry.  We all were inspired by this beautiful animal. We hope you will join us for the reception and find a special piece to take home.   Friday January 12th 6-9pm during Night on the Town

Show runs through Jan. 29th.

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Loveland Valentine's Day Group Wedding & Vow Renewal Ceremony

2/14/18 in Downtown Loveland

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Loveland, CO --- “Teaching Bygone Era Basics to the Next Generation of Urban Domestic Rebels”. The Savvy Sparkplug is here to teach basic life skills classes in Northern Colorado in a fun and funky way to kids and young adults. "Bygone Era Basics" means exactly that: basic manners and skills that your mom and grandma taught you, that your dad and grandpa showed you how to do. In a brick and mortar classroom set up to look and feel like home, we take kids for a few hours, go back in time to when having these life skills was commonplace. We’ll introduce the skills that lead to a positive and self-reliant focus.

 Colorado Department of Education licensed teacher Hayley Corio leads the classes as a fearless enthusiast of aprons, old cars and moxie. A mix of rebel and mom, teacher and friend, and she’s here to bring out the renegade independent spirit in kids; putting a spin on mundane tasks and chores to demonstrate that they are capable and can totally do this stuff. Children having self-confidence in taking care of themselves and their space BEFORE they leave home is HUGE and it starts at The Savvy Sparkplug. By teaching a customized curriculum in a non-classroom setting, we think that kids will absorb and retain these skills and have a great time doing it.

 Young adults can also benefit from The Savvy Sparkplug’s “I Got This” series of classes focused more on tasks and skills that they’ll need to have to survive in the workplace and world on their own. Classes like “I Got This: Ironing. For Real.”, “I Got This: I Live Here”, and “I Got This: Correspondence Stuff” reviews life skills that may have been forgotten or that they never learned in a one hour evening class that includes an adult beverage.

 The Savvy Sparkplug is proudly located right in the heart of the action Downtown Loveland at 411 N. Lincoln in the Stroh Building and is hosting a launch party during the Night Out event on Friday, January 12th from 5-9pm. Classes vary in price, age and content and can be found online at www.TheSavvySparkplug.com.

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PRESS RELEASE – TownePlace Suites by Marriott to Anchor The Foundry’s South End - 102-room downtown hotel will open Spring 2019

TownePlace Suites by Marriott is the latest addition to The Foundry in downtown Loveland. Marriott’s entry marks the first business announcement for the downtown revitalization project, which will transform four acres between Lincoln and Cleveland avenues. 

The 63,550-square-foot, four-story structure will offer 102 rooms and feature an indoor pool, fitness center, lounge and 1,000 square feet of divisible meeting space. The hotel will cater to business travelers and tourists alike, offering free wireless internet, a business center and pet-friendly accommodations. 

The hotel fills out The Foundry plan that includes a 460-space, five-level parking garage owned by the City of Loveland, a 35,000-square-foot public plaza for community events and a seven-screen, 625-seat first-run movie theater.

Two five-story buildings, Patina Flats at the Foundry, will front Cleveland and Lincoln avenues and offer 155 for-rent apartments and 15,000 square feet of commercial space.

Construction of TownePlace Suites by Marriott is anticipated to begin by the end of February with an expected completion date and opening in Spring 2019.

To read the release in full go towww.cityofloveland.org. 

For more information about The Foundry go towww.thefoundryloveland.com.

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November 2017 Affidavit for DDA Qualified Voter and Information

Note: The same voter eligibility information from the 2016 election applies to the 2017 election.

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The Foundry Downtown Loveland's Blank Canvas Will Fill Quickly!

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Downtown District launches color-filled Hop. Skip. Jump. this Friday!

The Hop.Skip.Jump. program is designed to help people find parking, direct them to what's happening where and when, all in the midst of the construction going on downtown.

During May 12th's Night on the Town, visitors are invited to HOP from shop to shop, SKIP along the sidewalks to discover hidden artworks and interact with unique selfie spots and JUMP into one of the pedicabs and enjoy the ride. Anyone finding the hidden gems, special artwork and sidewalk secrets are encouraged to share photos on social media using #LoveHopSkipJump.


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We are currently recruiting for regular and substitute volunteer drivers.  You can make a difference on your lunch hour!  Call Jarita, Volunteer Coordinator, at (970) 667-0311 or Click Here for more information. 

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Our main phone number: 970.541.4333

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2016 has been a busy and exciting year for the Downtown District. Interested in learning about the many accomplishments of 2016? Click here for a list of accomplishments.

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The Downtown District's first tree lighting ceremony brings holiday cheer to downtown Loveland with the Festival of Lights.

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Be a sponsor! Loveland Fire & Ice Festival
Friday, Feb. 10 through Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017.

Click "Read more ..." to get Downtown Partner information and downloadable Partnership Agreement.

DEADLINE to be a sponsor is Nov. 30, 2016, so plan ahead.

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Loveland Reporter-Herald Editorial: Downtown investment is needed (posted 10/04/16) 


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Click HERE to see a video produced by The Community Foundation for the 2015 Destination Loveland event.

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"Downtown redevelopment project in Loveland gain momentum" by by on September 20, 2016 published in BizWest.com.

Includes video which shows an animated aerial flyover and through the proposed The Foundry mixed-use project in downtown Loveland.

Video courtesy city of Loveland/OZ Architecture/Russell + Mills Studios.

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2 Beer releases & Charcuterie Board debut!

Mango Rye Pale Ale & Chamomile Tripel

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New future for Loveland by  


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South Catalyst Update: Demo & Abatement
Effective September 9, 2016


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August 26, 2016

The City of Loveland Water & Power Department started downtown manhole rehabilitation projects this week. The projects generally involve installing a cementitious coating on the inside walls of the old brick manholes. There will be small truck and trailers located in the alleys and streets for short periods of time over the next 3 weeks. Each manhole takes about 2 hours to complete so the impact to traffic and pedestrians will be minimal.

Please contact call Roger Berg, P.E. at 970-962-3711 or Craig Weinland 970-962-3750 if you have questions.

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Things are movin' and shakin' downtown! See Craig Young's article  "Downtown Shuffle" here.

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City of Loveland focuses on Downtown District


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Night on the Town

Friday, Sept 14, 2018 5 pm-9 pm

Night on the Town is Downtown Loveland’s “night out” with many art galleries and businesses offering a ready welcome from 5 pm to 9 pm. There's plenty of fine and casual dining, craft beer tasting rooms and retail shops to enjoy. You’ll find snacks, live music and sales in multiple locations, all part of an inviting atmosphere and hearty welcome from downtown businesses. It’s an opportunity to spend an evening with friends in our downtown.

During our "Summer Version" there are street performers, live musicians, something on every corner. 



“People of Loveland”

Meet Jenny

“Who gets to hang out with awesome election judges, document lovely Lovelanders driving through to drop their ballots off and exercise their voting rights, seeing many new faces and some of my favorite people as well? I do!

I'm the lucky one that gets to document all of the amazing things that people do in this community everyday for the Loveland Reporter-Herald through my lens. I can tell you from experience that Loveland is truly filled with love.

Am I a celebrity? 

You're right about the rest though.

It's truly a gift to be able to embed myself into people's lives. In their best moments or their worst, I'm there. Sometimes they love me for it and sometimes they're not very happy to see me. If they knew me, they would realize I'm shooting with my heart and I feel their joy and their pain. My mission is to make my own little positive difference in people's lives. Whether that's filling readers hearts with joy when they see a joyful photo or causing someone to want to make a difference because they see others doing the same, or evoking empathy and love from a photo of a tragedy- I hope to make a difference, even if just for a moment.

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Have you noticed the sculptures in Downtown Loveland seem to change each year? They are part of a TAAP Program through the City of Loveland! 

T.A.A.P.  sculptures are on the move as we make way for three new sculptures in downtown:

1) "Big Vision, Small Steps"
by Charlotte Zink

2) "Convergence"
by Steve Shachtman

3) "Love/Fear"
by Joe Norman

They will be installed next Friday! "Broken Violin" by Jack Kreutzer; "Ovilepod" by Ted Schaal and "Hard Rock" by Pati Stajcar will remain on display for another year.

Thank you to all of our T.A.A.P.  artists -- past and future!

The parking garage at The Foundry is now OPEN!

With over 300 spaces of free public parking, the brand new parking garage at The Foundry is a great addition to Downtown.   While construction is completed on the surrounding areas, the garage can be accessed from Lincoln Ave, and pedestrians can enter and exit to Lincoln Ave. 
When construction is complete, pedestrians will be able to enter and exit the garage from the public plaza of The Foundry, or from Lincoln Ave and 2nd Street.


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