POLL: Does Loveland need a downtown parking garage?

Loveland City Council is proceeding with a downtown parking garage – estimated to cost around $7 million. It will be located on First Street near The Works restaurant.

What do you think about it? Please take our poll. Not sure about it? Read our story explaining what we know so far about the garage and its out-of-public-view planning process.

Last Updated on October 29, 2021 by Joe Wessels

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  1. Can we talk about the traffic in downtown Loveland please! With Loveland being so popular it is so frustrating trying to drive home from work through downtown Loveland. Had to wait 15 minutes just to turn from Riverside Ave. onto West Loveland. There are only three bridges to get across the river in the Loveland/Maineville area and now with so many road closures, it is so frustrating to just try and get home after work. It’s been bad for years and now it’s at a breaking point. I want to move away from Loveland just because of the traffic through downtown. Can we please do an article or a study about the terrible traffic! If there was a bridge to continue Fields Ertel road across the river or a bridge by the the Loveland Canoe Rental, it would make life so much better. Let’s use the $7 Million from the stupid parking garage and invest in an additional bridge. Doesn’t that make sense?

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