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Loveland - Larimer County, CO

Population: 37,352 - Elevation: 4,982 - Area Code: 970

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Points of Interest: Loveland Museum, Benson Park Sculpture Garden, Art Castings Foundry

Annual Events: Loveland Valentine Remailing Program, A Fair of the Heart(Craft Show), Studio Walk in Feb.; Annual Chamber Golf Tournament & Steak Fry, Old Timer's Rodeo, Ethnic Food Fest in June; Independence Day Celebration in July; Larimer County Fair, Sculpture in the Park, Loveland Corn Roast Festival in Aug.; Stone Age Fair in Sept.; Pumpkin Festival in Oct.

Chamber of Commerce 114 E. 5th St 667-6311
McKee Medical Center 2000 Boise Ave 669-4640
TMN&O (Greyhound Carrier) 1027 Eisenhower Blvd 669-8579
Ft. Collins-Loveland Municipal Airport 4900 Earhart 962-2850
Aims Community College 104 E. 4th St. 667-4611
Post Office 446 E. 29th St 667-0344


Loveland Public Library 300 N. Adams Ave 962-2665
Wellspring Resource Library 2000 Boise Ave 635-4048

Loveland Museum 503 N. Lincoln Ave 962-2410

Public Golf Courses

Loveland Municipal G. C. 2115 W. 29th St 669-5800
Centennial Recreation Club 1932 Caddoa Dr 667-9641
Marianna Butte Golf Course 701 Clubhouse Dr. 669-5800

Hatfield Chilson Rec. Center 700 E. 4th St 962-2386
Police Department 410 E. 5th St 667-2151
Fire Department 410 E. 5th St 962-2471
Loveland Daily Reporter-Herald 201 E. 5th St. 669-5050
Radio Stations KHNC-AM, KLOV-AM/FM

Loveland, founded in 1877, was named after the president of the Colorado Central Railroad, W. A. H. Loveland. The town started as an agricultural community but soon became an important shipping point for stock and lumber. Great Western Sugar opened its first sugar plant in 1901 in Loveland. The city has gained worldwide recognition as the "Sweetheart City" with its valentine remailing program.

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