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PHOTOS: Flooding creates headaches

This isn’t the worst flooding Loveland has ever seen. Not by a long shot.

“They’ve had it where it has covered Nisbet Park before,” said Otto Huber, Loveland-Symmes Fire Department chief, as he surveyed the water rising from the Linda J. Cox Trailside Parking lot next to Loveland Canoe and Kayak, a river outfitter. “Water comes up from O’Bannon Creek and it’s water all over.” [Read More ➡️]

Fire Service

CPR Program

The Loveland-Symmes Fire Department offers a CPR class (for non-healthcare providers) regularly. Please see the department’s website for more information. Last Updated on May 17, 2020 at 1:04 pm

Fire Service

Firefighters’ Association

The Loveland-Symmes Firefighter’s Association (LSFA) is a non-profit organization that works year-round to raise funds to help supplement the department and many other community services. Most of the members of the LSFA are also members [Read More ➡️]

Law Enforcement

Gas line replacement interrupts traffic

A planned gas line replacement project along Loveland-Madeira Road has a major intersection partially closed. Duke Energy contractors dug up the roadway to access a gas line in the Loveland-Madeira Road and W. Loveland Avenue [Read More ➡️]