Larimer County breaks ground on new Loveland campus
Department: Board of County Commissioners
Release Date: Jun 29, 2017
Ken Cooper, Director of Facilities,  498-5915, firstname.lastname@example.org
Officials break ground today at the site of the new Loveland Campus.
Larimer County today broke ground at the site of the new 46,000-square-foot Larimer County Loveland Campus. Construction will begin July 5th.
Situated at First Street and Denver Avenue in Loveland, the larger two-story facility will serve the growing needs of southern Larimer County citizens.
“We had some deficiencies in facilities in southern Larimer County and this new building will address those needs. What this facility represents is an opportunity for folks in south Larimer County to receive the same services as the folks in northern Larimer County,” said Larimer County Commissioner Tom Donnelly.
A 229 space parking lot will help speed up the time getting in and out of the facility enabling citizens to conduct business in a timely manner. “Having this new building in southern Larimer County will be very crucial to meeting the needs of our citizens. I want to say ‘thank you’ on behalf of the citizens of Larimer County,” said Loveland Mayor Cecil Gutierrez.
The new Loveland campus will replace a facility that had been outgrown and was no longer functional serving Larimer County citizens. The Clerk & Recorder, Health and Environment, Human Services, Workforce Center, and Sheriff’s Office will occupy the new facility.
Construction is planned for completion in late summer or fall of 2018.