Councilors from Wards 3 and 4 renew ‘listening session’ series
Loveland City Council members John Fogle and Steve Olson, representing Ward 3, and Dave Clark and Don Overcash, representing Ward 4, will kick off a series of listening sessions on Saturday, August 22.
The first sessions will focus on the measure City Council referred to the November general election ballot calling for a 1 percent increase in the City sales tax, with proceeds directed to public safety, infrastructure projects and City government operations and maintenance. Groceries would be exempt from the increase that, if passed, would be the first sales tax increase since 1984.
Any interested person is encouraged to participate by ZOOM and may also attend in person by following guidelines contained in public health orders requiring masks and physical distancing.
Fogle/Olson Session – 8:30-10 a.m., Sat., Aug. 22
• In person: Conference Room at Desk Chair, 201 E. Fourth St. – up to 10 guests
• Via Zoom: Register in advance at https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMocOytqD0uGNZSg- jY9mXOPlJWsdpS3qXX – participants will receive a confirmation email with meeting details.
Send questions to Councilor Fogle at John.Fogle@cityofloveland.org, or to Councilor Olson at Steve.Olson@cityofloveland.org.
Clark/Overcash Session – 10-11:30 a.m. Sat., Aug. 22
• In person: 200 E. Seventh St., Suite 200 – up to 12 guests – please call Councilor Overcash at 267-664-4957 to reserve a spot
• Via Zoom: Download the Zoom app and join meeting ID No. 726 123 817, then enter the password 056441
• Via Phone: Please call 669-900-6833 and enter meeting No. 726 123 817.
Send questions to Councilor Overcash, at Don.Overcash@cityofloveland.org, or by phone, 267-664-4957.
Snow Squad Volunteers Needed! Despite recent 90 degree days, cold weather and…
❄️ Snow Squad Volunteers Needed! ❄️
Despite recent 90 degree days, cold weather and snow are just around the corner, and we need residents to help their less-able neighbors with shoveling when the snow🌨flies!
Join the City of Loveland Snow Squad – serve your community and warm your❤️heart!
Applications accepted and welcome! Go to: www.lovgov.org/volunteer👏
The LFRA reached a milestone in the Fire Station #7 construction project today. …
The LFRA reached a milestone in the Fire Station #7 construction project today. Thanks to the work of our team and the creative design work of our own Kristen Cummings, our Wildland Urban Interface Interpretive Garden educational signs are completed and installed. You can see the signs in this post, or visit them in person. Although the interior of the station remains closed because of the pandemic, you are welcome to tour the Interpretive Garden at our station.
Of Particular note, our WUI Interpretive Garden pays tribute to Nancy E. Schuetz. Mrs. Schuetz is part of the extended LFRA Family, Mother to Captain Dave Schuetz. Because this location was once the family's home, and because of her love for gardening, this Wildland Urban Interface Interpretive Garden is named in her honor.
To our knowledge, this garden is a one-of-a-kind educational opportunity for our region. Through this Interpretive Garden, our hope is that the LFRA will continue to grow our relationship with the LFRA community; we will grow greater awareness and education of WUI living, and we will be a living example of how to build a structure in the Wildland Urban Interface.
The City is hiring! Non-Benefited: Clerk/Cashier/Merchandiser Performs varied…
📢The City is hiring!
Performs varied accounts payable, clerical and cashier work at Loveland Visitors Center – emphasis on merchandising, display and sales.
Pay rate: $13.00/hr.
Benefit Eligible Positions:
Recreation Specialist: Youth Services & Outdoor Recreation
Program development, implementation of licensed school age day camp programs for👧children aged 5-16. Flexible schedule required.
Hiring range: $19.86-$24.33/hr. DOQ
Equipment Services Technician
Performs and coordinates repairs, diagnostic and preventive maintenance of fitness equipment and facility furnishings and fixtures at Chilson Rec Ctr.
Hiring range: $19.86-$24.33/hr. DOQ
Police Recruit Officer
Non-sworn safety sensitive position that provides a qualified police officer candidate the opportunity to attend and successfully complete a Colorado POST certified law enforcement academy prior to becoming a probationary police officer.
Hiring salary: $50,000/yr.
Human Resources Coordinator/ Recruiter
Coordinates employee records, vendor relationships and contracts and ensures compliance with employment laws/regulations, employee training and recruitment program.
Hiring range: $21.93-$26.83, DOQ
Librarian I, Children’s: Early Literacy Librarian
Creates programming for children and families including outreach activities, manages 📚materials collection.
Flexible schedule required.
Hiring range: $19.86-$24.33, DOQ
Fleet Technician II, Master Fleet Technician I
Performs repairs on automobiles,🚔trucks and construction equipment.
Fleet Tech II: Hiring range: $21.93-$26.83/hr. DOQ.
Master Fleet Tech I: Hiring range: $23.90-$29.86, DOQ
Additional incentive earnings available.
To view full job descriptions and apply online, go to www.cityofloveland.org/jobs.
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