Loveland Announces Citywide Patio Assistance Grant Program

LOVELAND, CO – February 24, 2021: The Loveland Downtown District and City of Loveland announced today the creation of a $26,000 fund to provide assistance to local businesses for outdoor dining programs as they
experience indoor capacity reductions due to COVID-19.

The Loveland Patio Assistance Program will provide grant funding of $500 per business to assist with the purchase of outdoor heaters for seating areas, propane expenses to heat outdoor seating areas, the cost of tents or other structures used for outdoor seating, and tent repairs from wear and tear of outdoor usage as a result of COVID-19.

The grants will supply funding for a time period that runs from February 3, 2021 until April 6, 2021. These funds cannot be used for expenses before this time period.

This program is citywide and available to any restaurant, bar, brewery or retailer located within the City of Loveland on a first come, first served basis. Awards will be made in mid-March and checks will be issued upon
submittal of a W-9 form to the City of Loveland.

The Loveland Patio Assistance Program will supply grant funds up-front and must be supported at the end of the grant period with receipts. Failure to supply receipts supporting the grant amount will require the grantee business to repay funds to the City of Loveland.

To learn more about the Loveland Patio Assistance Program and to apply online, visit downtownloveland.org/patioprogram or contact Sean Hawkins, Executive Director at shawkins@lovelandpartnership.org or 970-699-2856.

About the Loveland Downtown District
The Loveland Downtown District is a dynamic collaboration between three nonprofit organizations supporting downtown: Loveland Downtown
Partnership (LDP), Downtown Development Authority (DDA) and Downtown Business Alliance (DBA). Their mission: “To create a vibrant
downtown that provides a safe, dynamic environment to gather, live, educate, shop, work and play.” They achieve this through development
and redevelopment of the downtown area, creating relationships and collaborating with local businesses, and holding a range of community
events throughout the year to create interest within Northern Colorado and highlight the downtown as a unique destination.

For more information, visit downtownloveland.org or follow the Loveland Downtown District on Facebook @DowntownLoveland or Instagram
@dtown_loveland

Media Contact
Fawn Floyd-Baltzer
Marketing & Membership Manager
ffloyd@lovelandpartnership.org
360-840-1653

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