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About Centerra Metro District

In 2004, a group of stakeholders had a vision to significantly improve the area along I-25 and Highway 34, the entrance into Loveland, Colorado. Over the last 16 years, the Centerra Metro District has worked to make this vision a reality.

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What is the Centerra Metro District?

Key Facts

  • Formed in 2004
  • Established to fund public improvements, spur job creation, and boost sales tax collection
  • Regulated by the same transparency and operational regulations as other local government entities
  • Governed by an elected Board of Directors
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How Do Metro Districts Work?

Metro Districts are a form of local government known as a “special district.” Like other local governments, the Centerra Metro District is funded by property taxes, and uses those funds to build public improvements.

  • 1,500+ Metro Districts exist in Colorado
  • 33 exist within the City of Loveland

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Notable Improvements

Centerra Metro District is behind many of the regional infrastructure improvement projects in Northern Colorado from the interchange improvements at I-25 and US-34 and Crossroads to the new I-25 underpass at Kendall Parkway. Learn more about how the District has invested $177M to support the City of Loveland and the surrounding area.

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