August edition of City Update features Loveland Pulse's roll out of high speed internet to Loveland residents
Loveland Pulse’s high-speed internet 🖥 and voice📱 services are starting to roll out to city residents as the utility announced residential plans and pricing in June.
“High-speed internet is essential to our residents, and that has become even clearer over the past few months,” said Brieana Reed-Harmel, manager of Loveland Pulse. Pulse residential plans are designed for all of Loveland, providing value-added features to subscribers.
Read about Loveland Pulse’s roll-out to the community and much more in the August edition of City Update, at www.cityofloveland.org/cityupdate.
Filled out your 2020 Census yet? Filling out your Census has never been easier….
Filled out your 2020 🇺🇸 Census yet? Filling out your Census has never been easier. It takes less than five minutes and can be done online 🖥 at 2020Census.gov or by phone 📲 844-330-2020 (English), or 844-468-2020 (Spanish). If your home computer is on the blink or you don’t have a computer at home,… More
YOU are invited to weigh in on future priorities of Northern Colorado Regional A…
YOU are invited to weigh in on future priorities of Northern Colorado Regional Airport ✈️
The public is invited to attend a virtual open house to provide input to airport and city officials on how the airport should grow in the future.
Virtual Open House
5 – 6 p.m.
Thurs., Aug. 6
To participate, please submit questions and comments by Aug. 5, to email@example.com, or fill out the feedback form at flynoco.com/mpu/participate.
The airport, owned by the cities of Loveland and Fort Collins, has a long wish list of projects, including expanded runways and a new terminal to replace the temporary facility, now in operation for 17 years.
For more information go to:
https://www.flynoco.com/mpu/mp-public-meeting/ or call 970-962-2851.
Maintaining physical distance helps reduce spread of virus! Another tool in our…
Maintaining physical distance helps reduce spread of virus!
Another tool in our fight against the corona virus is strictly maintaining 🙋♀️ 6 feet of physical distance 🙍🏽 when around other people. This is especially important when in enclosed spaces.
Other important ways to reduce the spread include:
😷 Wearing a mask whenever you're out of the house
🤲 Washing hands frequently
🤒 Staying home if you feel sick
Let's work together to flatten the curve and reduce viral spread so we can keep our businesses open 👍 and more quickly return to a more normal way of life! 👏
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