Geographically, the Loveland zip code is a large and diverse area which includes portions of Miami Township in Clermont County, Symmes Township in Hamilton County, and Hamilton Township in Warren County.
City of Loveland
120 W. Loveland Avenue
Loveland, OH 45140
The City of Loveland is governed by the council-manager form of government. Seven council members serving four year staggered terms elect a Mayor and Vice Mayor from their ranks. The City Manager is appointed by Council to carry out long-range policies and to provide for the day-to-day operation of the City.
Loveland City Council meetings are held on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 8:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall, located at 120 W. Loveland Avenue. Council meetings are open to the public, and any citizen may bring a matter to the Council's attention during the open forum portion of the agenda. There are numerous boards, committees, and commissions which serve in an advisory capacity to the City Council which are comprised of citizens who volunteer their time and talent to assist the City in developing plans and policies which reflect the community's values. These meetings are also open to the public.
The Loveland Police Department is a full service law enforcement agency with 18 full-time and 6 part-time officers. The City of Loveland shares its Fire Department with Symmes Township with services provided through the Loveland Symmes Fire Department.
Symmes Township, Miami Township, Deerfield Township and Hamilton Township are "home rule" townships, which mean that they possess a broader authority to enact local regulations, much like cities. Symmes and Miami Townships are governed by Boards of Trustees, with three trustees and a township clerk.
For more information, including trustees' meeting schedules and agendas, please visit these websites: