Ranking high on the “Best Places to Live” lists, we love our community and feel there is no better place to live and raise a family. Loveland has grown rapidly over the last few decades, but even with a population of 77,000, it still has a small-town feel. Popular as a retirement destination because of its surprisingly mild climate and 300 days of sunshine per year, young families also move to the area to take advantage of our huge backyard playground of outdoor recreation. Lovelanders enjoy spending time outside on the extensive bike trails, nearby hiking, and easy access to skiing in the winter. Loveland also offers many options when it comes to education with 7 private schools, 2 charter schools, 19 elementary schools, 6 Middle Schools, 4 High Schools, and 3 Continuing Education schools.
Positioned along Colorado’s northern front range, Loveland is the gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park and has an elevation of 4,982 feet . . . or “just shy of a mile high.”