City of Loveland Says In-N-Out is Officially Coming
Having In-N-Out, a well-known, respected, family-owned business chose Loveland as part of its Colorado expansion is an honor for our City and our community.
Said Steve Adams, Loveland city manager, in a City of Loveland press release.
In-N-Out Burger brings a lot of traffic. How is it going to work?
Loveland's Centerra is known to be a bit hectic in the area that In-N-Out Burger will call home. What will be done about the additional traffic that In-N-Out Burger is known to bring to its Colorado locations?
The City’s goal is to keep our community moving with effective traffic management. In addition to best practices shared by In-N-Out, our team proactively reached out to other Colorado In-N-Out cities for insight to bring to the table.
Nicole Hahn, City of Loveland engineer, said.
The In-N-Out Burger team collaborated with the City of Loveland and the Colorado Department of Transportation throughout the design process to manage anticipated traffic patterns at In-N-Out Burger. This design process included traffic flows for opening day and other operating day traffic managing plans.
Hahn mentioned that other communities that have an In-N-Out Burger had traffic volumes the most impactful during opening week. Loveland City staff will be monitoring traffic flows during the opening weeks ahead for In-n-Out Burger.
There you have it. The City of Loveland has approved Northern Colorado's very first In-N-Out Burger. No more speculating on whether or not Northern Colorado will get an In-N-Out Burger. All we have to do is wait for construction to be complete and for the In-N-Out Burger to open at 1450 Fall River Drive in Loveland.
Source: City of Loveland
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