Pulse in Progress - Construction Updates

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Deployment of Pulse - Loveland's trusted local utility connecting the Loveland community by offering affordable, reliable and fast internet and voice service - is now in progress.

Construction on the core and distribution networks began in November 2019 and will continue over the next three to four years as we build our 100% fiber-optic network across the city so that all residents and businesses have the opportunity to connect.




This page is a resource for construction updates.

Have questions? Check out the construction FAQ to the right or ask us here.
Have an issue to discuss? Call our construction hotline at 970-962-2011.
Want to be notified when service is available in your area? Fill out our Early Interest Form.


Deployment of Pulse - Loveland's trusted local utility connecting the Loveland community by offering affordable, reliable and fast internet and voice service - is now in progress.

Construction on the core and distribution networks began in November 2019 and will continue over the next three to four years as we build our 100% fiber-optic network across the city so that all residents and businesses have the opportunity to connect.




This page is a resource for construction updates.

Have questions? Check out the construction FAQ to the right or ask us here.
Have an issue to discuss? Call our construction hotline at 970-962-2011.
Want to be notified when service is available in your area? Fill out our Early Interest Form.


  • Meet Colorado Boring drill operator, Austin Lauden

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    about 1 month ago

    I’ve lived in Northern Colorado my whole life. I was born at UCHealth Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins and moved to Milliken when I was 12. I went to high school in Johnstown and now I live in Greeley with my wife.

    I’ve been with Colorado Boring since September 2019. Before that, I worked for a distribution company. We did sales for the agricultural and oil industries.

    This is the first time I’ve worked in the broadband and fiber-optic industry. I had a good idea about how it worked but have gained a much broader spectrum of understanding when...

    I’ve lived in Northern Colorado my whole life. I was born at UCHealth Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins and moved to Milliken when I was 12. I went to high school in Johnstown and now I live in Greeley with my wife.

    I’ve been with Colorado Boring since September 2019. Before that, I worked for a distribution company. We did sales for the agricultural and oil industries.

    This is the first time I’ve worked in the broadband and fiber-optic industry. I had a good idea about how it worked but have gained a much broader spectrum of understanding when we started working with Pulse.

    We have heard from some community members and most are pretty excited to have a new connection coming into the neighborhood. We’ve even heard from some residents that don’t have internet access right now, so hopefully, Pulse is going to be able to bring in the connection they need.

    We’ve had a lot of good interactions with people while working. People want to know what we’re doing and what’s going on, and are sharing their excitement.

    Loveland residents are always so welcoming. I’ve even been offered a burrito! I love my job, I really like everything that I do. Working with everyone at the company is great.

    Outside of work, I like to fish and hunt and hang out with my wife.


    *Photo taken in January 2020. To read more about updated construction processes for COVID-19, please read this article. https://www.letstalkloveland.org/Pulse/news_feed/loveland-pulse-and-covid-19

  • Loveland Pulse and COVID-19

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    2 months ago

    Resilient. That is just one word that describes our Loveland community. During this difficult, ever-changing time for all of us, we take comfort in being part of such a resilient, exceptional community.

    Pulse exists to connect you, our residents and businesses, to the world through high-speed internet. There has never been a clearer sign that this service is essential to Loveland. Our team has a critical role to play in keeping and building resilience and redundancy in our city’s communications infrastructure and we will continue to do so as a city of Loveland utility and essential service following state and...

    Resilient. That is just one word that describes our Loveland community. During this difficult, ever-changing time for all of us, we take comfort in being part of such a resilient, exceptional community.

    Pulse exists to connect you, our residents and businesses, to the world through high-speed internet. There has never been a clearer sign that this service is essential to Loveland. Our team has a critical role to play in keeping and building resilience and redundancy in our city’s communications infrastructure and we will continue to do so as a city of Loveland utility and essential service following state and county orders.


    During this time, our team will continue to maintain existing infrastructure such as legacy fiber leases and build out Loveland’s fiber-optic network to do our part in keeping our community connected to the resources they need most. As we continue this important work, we have increased safety measures to ensure the health and safety of city staff, construction crews and the residents in our community.

    Here is what we are doing to keep our teams and our residents safe during this time:

    • All Pulse team members are adhering to City of Loveland directives and maintaining appropriate social distancing measures in the workplace. We are either working remotely or in split shifts.

    • Reduced construction crew sizes to maintain social distancing while maintaining a safe work environment.

    • Performing daily temperature checks for field crews.

    • Cleaning and sanitizing standards have been increased - equipment and vehicles are being sanitized more frequently. Crews also carry extra wipes and hand sanitizer in their trucks.

    • Crews are wearing gloves and maintaining appropriate social distancing measures when distributing construction information materials to residents.

    We are all in this together. As we continue work, we thank you for your support and please know that you can contact us with any questions or concerns. We are listening and responding.

    • LovelandPulse.com

    • Call: 970-962-2010

    • Construction Hotline: 970-962-2011

    • Email: Pulse@CityOfLoveland.org


  • Pulse in Progress - Construction on City’s 100% fiber-optic network underway

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    6 months ago

    Fall has been a busy time for Pulse, the City’s communications utility that is connecting the Loveland community by offering affordable, reliable and fast internet and voice service through a 100% fiber-optic network.

    Pulse was approved by city council in November 2018 to ensure that all residents and businesses across the city had access to affordable, reliable, fast internet service that provides the same high level of customer service available to residents today.

    On Nov. 13, City staff, elected officials, contractors and community members broke ground to launch construction efforts that will bring the Pulse network in front of every...

    Fall has been a busy time for Pulse, the City’s communications utility that is connecting the Loveland community by offering affordable, reliable and fast internet and voice service through a 100% fiber-optic network.

    Pulse was approved by city council in November 2018 to ensure that all residents and businesses across the city had access to affordable, reliable, fast internet service that provides the same high level of customer service available to residents today.

    On Nov. 13, City staff, elected officials, contractors and community members broke ground to launch construction efforts that will bring the Pulse network in front of every home and business in the city over the next three to four years.

    What’s in a network

    The Pulse network will have three parts: the core network, distribution network and customer connections. The core network and telecommunications huts installed in Loveland are what connect the City to telecommunications hubs across the U.S. The distribution network is the fiber that needs to be installed across the city. Customer connections are the last piece, connecting homes or businesses to the rest of the network. They are only installed when a customer subscribes to service.

    The first Pulse telecommunications equipment hut was installed at the Loveland Water and Power Service Center Oct. 31 and the remaining four huts will be installed across the city before the end of the year.

    What to expect moving forward

    Construction resources are available at LovelandPulse.com. Public construction and service maps will not be available as that information can be misused by competing internet service providers in the area.

    Service information is expected to be announced in the first half of 2020. Fill out the early interest form to receive information about service when it is available in our area.