Loomiller Neighborhood Park is an existing 15-acre park in west-central Longmont at 1700 11th Avenue. The park's land was partially donated to the City in the early 1960s and additional acres were purchased by the City in later years. The park has been incrementally developed into a neighborhood park over the course of its history; however, it has had no formal Master Plan to guide its development. Currently, the park is highly used by students, disc golfers, and the neighborhood. It's a beautiful setting with a pond and magnificent views of the front range.
Loomiller Park Renewal Plan
The goal of the Loomiller Park Renewal project was to develop a Park Renewal Plan for the park and to implement the highest priority upgrades. Park Renewal Plans are intended to evaluate what currently exists at the park and determine what's working, what's not working, and to look at ways to maximize the potential and usability of the park. After development of the Park Renewal Plan, upgrades to the park will be prioritized and implemented.
A series of public meetings were held on February 27, 2019, and April 25, 2019, to solicit public input and develop a Park Renewal Plan for Loomiller Neighborhood Park. On June 10, 2019, the Loomiller Park Renewal Master Plan was supported by the Parks & Recreation Advisory Board. On June 25, 2019, it was approved by City Council.
| Project Phase
||Summer 2019 - Summer 2020
||On-Hold due to COVID-19 Budget Cuts