Loveland is known for its exceptional quality of life, happy community and a flourishing arts scene. In 2018 the U.S, Census Bureau estimated the population at 77,446 making Loveland the third largest city in Northern Colorado.
Every year around Valentine’s Day hearts are placed on light poles throughout Loveland, the red-painted, wooden cutouts boast messages of love to the residents and people driving through. Giving Loveland the nickname “The Sweetheart City”.
Loveland offers many opportunities for the outdoors enthusiasts. There are local options for fishing with Lake Loveland in the center and Boyd Lake to the east. There is also the Devil’s Backbone Open Space to the west where you can enjoy hiking or biking down a trail. Along with many trails located throughout the city.
Loveland is also known for its art with multiple art galleries around the town. Along with annual events such as the Fire and Ice Festival. Enjoy the city’s sculpture parks including the Benson Sculpture Garden and the Chapungu Sculpture Park at Centerra.