Loveland Lodging Tax Implementation

With the passage of the lodging tax, the City of Loveland has the funding source to create a unified marketing effort to attract conferences and tourists to our community. It is important that the City of Loveland, its City Council and its Marketing Commission work in unison with the lodging industry and the business community to capitalize on the outside dollars that will stimulate our local economy.

As Loveland's "Driving Force for Business", the Loveland Chamber will be monitoring the process of the newly formed Community Marketing Commission and City Council's involvement to utilize this funding source. We will continue to keep the lodging industry and the business community informed on the developments of the Community Marketing Commission and the utilization of the lodging tax.

Recently, the deadline for submitting an application to serve on the marketing commission came and City Council will soon be selecting those seven members. Once those members are selected we will be be sure to post them on this site.

Please continue to visit this page for further details and new updates.

City Council Appoints the Community Marketing Commission

City Council appointed seven members and three alternates for the Community Marketing Commission. They are as follows:

  • Jeremy Elliott
  • Linda Hughey
  • Tom Dwyer
  • Rosemary Prawdzik
  • Rich Harter
  • Mike Nappa
  • Judy Saffell

Alternates:

  • Ann Harroun
  • Cary Rentola
  • Bob Torson

The group will meet the first Thursday of the month at 6 p.m.

This commission will make recommendations on how to spend money collected through the 3 percent lodging tax passed in November.

Community Marketing Commission Roster - Feb. 17, 2010
City Council Direction for Community Marketing Commission Memo- Jan. 26, 2010
Memo to City Council - Recommendations for the Community Marketing Commission - Nov. 30, 2009

To learn more about the Lodging Tax please visit the Lodging Tax - Vote 'Yes' on 2B!