Veteran's Day Dinner
The Housing Authority of the City of Loveland’s (HACOL) Quality of Life (QOL) Team strives to enhance the quality of life for HACOL residents by providing activities and events that develop pride and a sense of community.
The QOL Team, consisting of HACOL employees, sponsors several annual events held throughout the year. Popular among the families are the Summer and Winter break Family Swim Parties. On November 11, veteran residents are recognized for their service at the annual Veteran’s Day Commemorative Ceremony. Each summer the Maintenance Department coordinates a large item Trash Pick-up Day for residents convenience.
Resident gardeners delight in competing in the “Prettiest” Flowers Contest for gift awards. Outstanding residents are recognized by being awarded The HACOL Tenant Appreciation trophy, along with other gifts.
Another QOL event consists of the Scholarship Program which provides residents with the opportunity to apply for an educational scholarship.
To support each Community Resident Council, QOL Team members assist to organize Councils and regularly attend Resident Council meetings. Members pitch in to flip burgers and pass out sodas for the exceedingly popular Summer BBQ’s held at many of the properties.
Educational Enrichment Scholarship Program
Click HERE to read Frequently Asked Questions and view the Scorecard (how your application is scored).
If you believe you are eligible you can apply in one of three ways:
The physical and mailing address of HACOL is:
Housing Authority of the City of Loveland
375 West 37th Street, Suite 200
Loveland, CO 80537
The NAHMA Scholarship is a scholarship not affiliated with the Housing Authority but compliments the HACOL scholarship program. More information about this scholarship and how to apply can be found at: NAHMA EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION
Resident Advisory Council
The Housing Authority of the City of Loveland is pleased to announce openings for our Resident Advisory Council. Click here for more information.
Family Self-Sufficency was established to promote economic self-sufficiency among participating families Families seeking economic self-sufficiency and independence from public assistance can apply for support services through the Family Self-Sufficiency program. With the support and coaching of a case manager, participants work to set and meet goals that will help them move toward self-sufficiency. Resources and referrals include credit counseling, health care resources, life skills development, effective parenting programs, childcare resources, employment and training guidance, and mentoring. Case Manager, David James, works closely with families to assure successful completion of contract and the opportunity for supportive services and resources.
A further incentive toward reaching goals is the Escrow Account. As earned income increases, the family's rent portion increases. However, if participating in Family Self-Sufficiency, the increase in rent goes into an escrow account, a type of savings account. Upon successful completion of the program, the participant receives the full amount of their escrow, including interest. Successful completion of the program means the family has met all goals and is no longer on public assistance.