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Bank of Colorado
206 E 4th Street, Ste 200, Loveland, CO 80537
Phone: 970-669-1355Website

Family Owned and Community Focused

The communities we’re a part of make us who we are. That started back in 1900 and continues today.

As one of the oldest banks in Colorado, our first charter was issued in Ft. Lupton. While the name of the bank may have changed throughout the years, our genuine approach has always been the same.

In 1978, we became a part of a larger family of local banks started by the Dinsdale family during the Great Depression. The economic hardships took their toll on the people and the banks in Palmer, Nebraska. So brothers George and Tom Dinsdale, along with some friends, decided to do something. They pulled their resources together to open a bank for their community.

They ran their bank much like they ran their farms, which helped them earn people’s trust. So it didn’t take long before they were ready to reach out to other towns and states, including Colorado.

Today, Bank of Colorado serves communities throughout the Eastern Plains, the Front Range, the Western Slope and the Four Corners Region. Although we’ve grown, we still greet you by name and answer our calls in person. We even make the latest conveniences available, like online and mobile banking. But many of our customers still prefer to stop by one of our branches and talk to the bankers they’ve known all their lives.

Banking has changed a lot over the years, but you’ll find our people are still cut from the same cloth as our founders.

We’re not just a bank in Colorado.
We’re Bank of Colorado. 

 

 

Dine Out With Heart

October 1-4, 2018

Dine Out With Heart is a community fundraiser sponsored by Loveland Philo.

 

It's goal is to eliminate hunger in our community, with special focus on the most vulnerable, local children and families.

 Each year during the first two weeks in October, Philo partners with over 25 local restaurants, coffee shops, breweries and wineries to allow patrons to Dine Out With Heart by enjoying quality dining and making a small contribution to the fundraiser.

Proceeds from the fundraiser go towards funding local non-profits that address hunger in the Loveland/Berthoud area.

 

Past recipients include: Loveland Community Kitchen, Thompson Education Foundation, Kids Hope, Alternatives to Violence, Veteran's Club and food pantries at local schools and Sunrise Clinic.

 

 

 

“People of Loveland”

Meet Jenny

“Who gets to hang out with awesome election judges, document lovely Lovelanders driving through to drop their ballots off and exercise their voting rights, seeing many new faces and some of my favorite people as well? I do!

I'm the lucky one that gets to document all of the amazing things that people do in this community everyday for the Loveland Reporter-Herald through my lens. I can tell you from experience that Loveland is truly filled with love.

Am I a celebrity? 

You're right about the rest though.

It's truly a gift to be able to embed myself into people's lives. In their best moments or their worst, I'm there. Sometimes they love me for it and sometimes they're not very happy to see me. If they knew me, they would realize I'm shooting with my heart and I feel their joy and their pain. My mission is to make my own little positive difference in people's lives. Whether that's filling readers hearts with joy when they see a joyful photo or causing someone to want to make a difference because they see others doing the same, or evoking empathy and love from a photo of a tragedy- I hope to make a difference, even if just for a moment.

For more of Jenny's Story- follow us on facebook

 

Have you noticed the sculptures in Downtown Loveland seem to change each year? They are part of a TAAP Program through the City of Loveland! 

T.A.A.P.  sculptures are on the move as we make way for three new sculptures in downtown:

1) "Big Vision, Small Steps"
by Charlotte Zink

2) "Convergence"
by Steve Shachtman

3) "Love/Fear"
by Joe Norman

They will be installed next Friday! "Broken Violin" by Jack Kreutzer; "Ovilepod" by Ted Schaal and "Hard Rock" by Pati Stajcar will remain on display for another year.

Thank you to all of our T.A.A.P.  artists -- past and future!

The final broadband plan will be presented to council Oct. 23 and the city is hosting a Town Hall meeting at 6 p.m. Oct. 4 as one final opportunity for people to ask questions about the project. 

 We want to make sure everyone has the opportunity to participate in-person, via phone or view it on Facebook Live. NOTE: Those wishing to participate by telephone can sign up to receive a call on the cityofloveland.org/Broadband website. 

 https://www.facebook.com/events/567085353748712/  

 

 


 

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