Diverse Arts, Culture & Industries Offering Much to Love

Known for its excellent quality of life, happy residents, a thriving arts scene and favorable economic climate due to its diverse industries, Loveland sits just down the road from Rocky Mountain National Park and is built on a rich history. As Loveland and neighboring Fort Collins grow toward each other, they share a highly-educated workforce, booming economy and entrepreneurial spirit.


Major Industries & Employers

Loveland’s industry clusters are diverse, with no single industry occupying more than 15% of the market. The top industries include:

  • Publishing & Web Media
  • IT Software
  • Manufacturing
  • Aerospace
  • Sculpture Arts & Metallurgy
  • Business & Professional Services
  • Health & Wellness
  • Animal Health
  • Agricultural Sciences

Major employers include The Thompson School District, Walmart, the McKee Medical Center, the Hach Company, a manufacturer of water analysis instruments, Agrium, a global leader in agricultural products and services, Heska Corporation, a veterinary pharmaceutical company, Agilent Technologies, Constant Contact, and GE Energy Control Systems.

Universities & Colleges

Loveland is home to the Colorado State University (CSU) Continuing Education Loveland Learning Center, and is located 12 miles from CSU’s main campus in Fort Collins. CSU is one of the premier research institutions in the nation, with annual research expenditures of more than $308 million.

Front Range Community College (FRCC) offers a Center for Adult Learning in Loveland, and its main campus is located in nearby Fort Collins. FRCC is a two-year college offering 27 associate degrees and 20 accredited programs at several campuses along the Front Range and in Northern Colorado. It is the largest community college in the state.

Aims Community College has a full-service satellite campus in Old Town Loveland. Programs are offered mornings, nights and weekends and range from an Associate of Arts Degree to an Associate of General Studies Degree.


Loveland’s location along the Interstate 25 corridor and Highway 287 makes getting to and from the city a breeze. City of Loveland Transit (COLT) offers local bus service, making public transportation an easy and affordable way to get around town. FLEX provides regional bus service from Fort Collins to Longmont with stops along the way in Loveland and Berthoud.

In addition, the Fort Collins-Loveland Regional Airport serves an important role in providing private aircrafts with easy access in and out of Northern Colorado.


Population 72,794
Median Age 38.7 yrs
Median Household
Income $ 73,500
Bachelor’s Degree + 22 %
Square Miles 25.5
Elevation 4982 ft.