Welcome, Loveland Homeowners Associations!
This resource page is designed to help Loveland HOA’s stay connected to our Loveland Pulse project now during construction and once our 100% fiber-optic network is available to deliver high-speed internet and voice service to the entire city in the next 3-4 years. There are many great ways to stay connected with Pulse and we look forward to working with you. If you have any questions, reach out to us at Pulse@LovelandPulse.com.
HOA Communications Directory
At Pulse, we are all about communication. Our technology enables our customers to communicate better and it is at the heart of what we value about being a community-owned utility.
Are you part of an HOA within the City of Loveland? Sign-up for our HOA Communication Directory today for your direct connection to the project.
Your HOA and Public Rights-of-Way
Join us to learn how to make sure your Homeowners’ Association is in compliance with the Colorado State 811 locates law. ensure the safety of your neighbors, our employees, and your HOA Members’ pocketbooks by understanding your responsibilities, and how to be certain privately-owned infrastructure is clearly and accurately marked. Fort Collins Connexion and City of Loveland Pulse – your community-owned, 100% fiber-optic internet utilities – are hosting these informational sessions to get residents upt-to-speed, so that we can all enjoy a smooth and uneventful installation of infrastructure. These informational sessions will occur throughout the year.
Please click through the link below to reserve your space via Eventbrite.
Did you know?
As we build out our fiber-optic network, the only existing infrastructure that we can locate through this process are those registered through Colorado 811. Any unregistered infrastructure is not part of this notification process.
That means two things:
1) that your neighborhood might have some private systems, such as irrigation lines, electrical lines for signs or pumps that we don’t know about before construction, and
2) if we don’t know about them, we can’t plan to work around them.
If damage occurs to a system that is registered and located, the cost to repair a registered infrastructure falls to those doing the work. If the project is not registered, the cost to repair falls back on the HOA or property owners.
Protect yourself, protect your property and register with Colorado 811 today.
What is Colorado 811 and how do I register?
Colorado 811 is an important part of all Colorado – and Loveland – construction projects, and it is required by Colorado’s “One Call Law”.
You’ve probably seen or heard about some of their education campaigns including, “Know What’s Below, Call Before You Dig.” That is exactly what Colorado 811 is for – protecting people and property from unexpected issues that could arise if a person or company unknowingly hits a utility line while digging. All underground projects should be registered through Colorado 811 so we can all help each other stay safe.
All HOAs need to register their projects through Colorado 811. There are fees involved that you will find on the Colorado 811 website, but these fees are much less than the cost of a damaged utility line. Once a line is properly registered, Colorado 811 will notify owners in the area when work will occur.