The purpose of the Loveland Housing Authority is to provide low and moderate income residents of Loveland with opportunities for home and community through housing.
To expand housing resources to assure that all residents of Loveland have access to safe and decent housing; and to create and maintain an environment which encourages the realization of each person’s ability to manage their life with dignity. The Loveland Housing Authority is dedicated to excellence in management and in the delivery of services.
Equal Housing Opportunity
The Loveland Housing Authority provides equal housing opportunities and does not discriminate against any person because of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, familial status or handicap.
RFP Century II Clubhouse Addition
May 17th, 2017 @4:47pm
The Windsor Housing Authority is accepting proposals from qualified architectural design firms for the design and construction ofRead more
Mirasol Phase III RFP
April 3rd, 2017 @4:58pm
We are currently accepting RFP’s for architectural design services and construction management/general contractorsRead more
Silver Leaf I Fire Sprinkler RFP
February 10th, 2017 @2:11pm
The Loveland Housing Authority is accepting bids for the Silver Leaf I sprinkler system. For more information.Read more
February 1, 2017
A 70 unit residential community, was built to provide affordable housing to working families including veterans and survivors Read More
2017 LHA Waiting List Purge - May 15th - June 26th
All housing waiting lists will close (excluding Windsor Meadows) on May 15th and will reopen June 27th at 8 a.m. Updates will be accepted during this time.
Join Larimer County Departments of Health and Environment's Built Environment Program's MapNoCO Community Competition for your chance to win a $100 gift card! Enter to win and start collecting data about sidewalks, bike lanes, and transit stops June 1 and June 26. Details are available at mapnoco.org/competition. MapNoCO is a crowd-sourced data collection tool for Larimer County residents and visitors to document the quality of how they move around their community. This information can help ensure that our community is planned and designed for everyone and will positively impact the health, safety and well-being of our community for years to come.
Attend one of the following training sessions or read through the User Guide and Tip Sheet on the MapNoCO Homepage. RSVP for a training event here.