Housing Authority of the City of Loveland

375 W 37th Street, Ste 200, Loveland, CO, 80538
(970) 667-3232



Larimer County

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About Housing Authority of the City of Loveland

The need for a local housing authority was documented and promoted by the Loveland League of Women Voters who brought a petition forward to the Loveland City Council in August of 1971. In that same year, the Loveland Housing Authority was organized as a not-for profit corporation.

The First Christian Church donated a large parcel of land around Silver Lake to provide a location for initial development. The Housing Authority created Loveland Housing Development Corporation (LHDC) (a 501-C-3 non-profit corporation) in 1972 to be the ownership entity of its first development — Maple Terrace.

Maple Terrace was completed in 1974 and Silver Leaf I was completed in 1976. Silver Leaf II was completed in 1978, especially to provide housing for displaced Big Thompson Flood victims.

In 1981 Sam Betters was appointed to the position of Executive Director. Today the Loveland Housing Authority is governed by a five member board appointed by the Loveland City Council.

By 1985 HUD had sharply cut back on the Low Rent Public Housing Program and totally eliminated the FHA-Section 236 — the programs under which Silver Leaf I and Maple Terrace respectively were developed. The Section 8 Certificate (Voucher) Program became the primary tool to provide housing assistance to the very low income.


Mission Statement

The purpose of the Housing Authority of the City of Loveland is to provide low and moderate income residents of Loveland with opportunities for home and community through housing.

Program Summary for Housing Authority of the City of Loveland

Housing Authority of the City of Loveland is a public housing agency that helps provide decent and safe rental housing for eligible low-income families, the elderly, and persons with disabilities. Housing Authority of the City of Loveland manages several funded programs and has a total of 60 subsidized affordable housing units for rental assistance. Housing Authority of the City of Loveland administered a total of 565 Section 8 Vouchers. Housing Authority of the City of Loveland currently has low rent units and Section 8 Voucher as its program type. Housing Authority of the City of Loveland is located at 375 W 37th Street, Ste 200, Loveland, CO, 80538 and serves the city of Loveland. Income limits, fair market rents and rent rates vary with each agency. Please contact Housing Authority of the City of Loveland at, (970) 667-3232 for more information about coverage area and program availability.


Current Status Active
Size of Housing Authority of the City of Loveland compared nationally Large
Last Updated 04/12/2014
Total Numbers of Communities 1
Total numbers of Administered Section 8 Voucher 565
Total numbers of Administered Public Housing Units N/A
Waiting list for the Housing Authority of the City of Loveland is currently Open


2017 Income Limits for Larimer County, CO

HUD sets Income Limits for each area based on the median family income in that area. Each Public Housing Agency (PHA) will use the Income Limit set for the jurisdiction that the PHA covers. Therefore, a family may be eligible for one PHA but not another. The number of people in a household determines the Income Limit that is set for determining the family's eligibility for the program that they are applying for. Below are the Income Limits for Larimer County, CO:

Median Income
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Income Limit Category
Persons in Family
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 50%
  • Very Low Income Limit
  • $27,400
  • $31,300
  • $35,200
  • $39,100
  • $42,250
  • $45,400
  • $48,500
  • $51,650
  • 30%
  • Extremely Low Income Limit
  • $16,450
  • $18,800
  • $21,150
  • $24,300
  • $28,440
  • $32,580
  • $36,730
  • $40,890
  • 80%
  • Low Income Limit
  • $43,800
  • $50,050
  • $56,300
  • $62,550
  • $67,600
  • $72,600
  • $77,600
  • $82,600

2017 Fair Market Rents for Larimer County, CO

Fair Market Rents are HUD's determination of the average rents in a particular area for each bedroom size. The FMRs are set each year based on the rental rates of unsubsidized units so that participants in HUD programs have equal access for affordable housing. Here are the Fair Market Rents for Larimer County, CO:

Efficiency One-Bedroom Two-Bedroom Three-Bedroom Four-Bedroom
$719 $817 $996 $1450 $1755



Agency Name City State Section 8 Voucher Housing Units Status Distance
Wellington Housing Authority Wellington Housing Authority Fort Collins CO N/A N/A Open 10.79 Miles Contact
Fort Collins Housing Authority Fort Collins Housing Authority Fort Collins CO 169 119 Open 10.79 Miles Contact
Larimer County Housing Authority Larimer County Housing Authority Ft. Collins CO 100 N/A Open 10.79 Miles Contact
Longmont Housing Authority Longmont Housing Authority Longmont CO N/A N/A Open 17.41 Miles Contact
Greeley Weld Housing Authority Greeley Weld Housing Authority Greeley CO 446 86 Open 20.43 Miles Contact
Weld County Housing Authority Weld County Housing Authority Greeley CO 427 N/A Open 20.43 Miles Contact

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Housing Authority of the City of Loveland Program Type:
  • Section 8 Voucher
  • Low Rent Units
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Larimer County Quick Facts

Population: 324,122
Persons Per Household: 2.45
Housing Units in Multi-units Structure: 21.8%
Homeownership Rate: 65.6%
Housing Units: 136,068
Yearly Income Per Person: $30,740
Median Household Income: $58,626