Red Cliff OKs lodging tax
Red Cliff, CO Colorado
RED CLIFF, Colorado ” Red Cliff, Colorado residents voted Tuesday to approve a lodging tax to fund recreation and public improvements.
The vote was 59 to 13 to approve the tax, according to results from the Eagle County Clerk and Recorder’s Office.
The referendum sought to authorize the town’s Board of Trustees to impose a lodging tax of up to 3 percent on the leasing or renting of rooms for short-term visitors and guests.
All money generated by the tax would go to recreation and public improvements.
The Green Bridge Inn, the first full-fledged hotel to operate in town in decades, opened earlier this year.