The City of Loveland has a Sidewalk Maintenance program to help residents upgrade any sidewalks that are cracked and do not meet ADA standards. Maintenance of the sidewalk in front of your home is the homeowner’s responsibility, but the City of Loveland has two ways in which the financial cost can be curbed. Additional information may be found in the downloads below.
Each year a different neighborhood is reviewed by the City Engineer to ensure sidewalks do not pose a safety hazard. If you receive a violation notice, this means you must repair the marked sidewalks.
Right of Way Permits
The City requires a permit and inspection for any work performed in the right of way which may include but not limited to sidewalk repairs/replacement, utility work, drive apron repair/replacement and street or curb cuts. An application can be picked up at City or by downloading the documents below and returning both documents to City Hall for review.
Additional information is available in the Loveland Code of Ordinances 905.14 ABUTTING PROPERTY OWNERS TO REPAIR AND MAINTAIN SIDEWALKS and in the downloads below.