Badging will NOT be available October 14-18

The Airport Administration Office has Reopened for Badging Monday thru Friday
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.  to facilitate the 2021 Rebadge.

Transportation Security Administration (TSA) regulations require the control and management of access to the Airport. The area under restricted access is referred to as the Airport Operations Area or AOA and is defined as any portion of the Airport where aircraft take off, land, taxi, or are stored.


Badge Renewals

Badge renewal opens September 7, for badges that expire October 31, 21. Expired badges lose access on the date of expiration and have a 30-day grace period. Once the grace period has been exceeded you must restart the badge application process.

ALL Renewals for 2021 will require:

New Applications (Not Renewal)

Badge Hours

Monday – Friday

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.


All NEW badges need to complete and provide the following:

  • Badge Application
  • Read the AOA Training Manual 
  • Ensure you bring the proper Identification (No copies) accepted by TSA:
    • Active passport OR
    • Active Driver’s license AND
        • Social Security card or
        • Birth Certificate or
      • Greencard OR I-94 if non-citizen
    • Other acceptable forms of identification are listed on Attachment B of the Badge Application
  • Airport business employees, students, and members of qualified aviation organizations (Flights Schools, Civil Air Patrol) MUST have their applications signed by their organization’s authorized signatory PRIOR to bringing their applications to the Airport
  • Incomplete applications will not be accepted

Badge Fees

Badges are $15. The fee to replace a lost or stolen badge is $25.

Acceptable forms of payment include credit/debit card or check (Payable to City of Loveland):

Airport Administration Office

4900 Earhart Road
Loveland, CO 80538


Badge Communications

For your convenience, courtesy reminders are emailed for renewals. However, please remember it is your responsibility to renew your badge if you wish to maintain your access to the Airport. Electronic communications are used to reduce costs for Airport users. Badging costs due to TSA requirements encompass background checks, materials, training, equipment, and countless administrative hours. Current badging fees do not cover the minimum costs related to badging. Airport users can help keep fees down by ensuring compliance with badging requirements.

If you miss the deadline for renewal (which is also printed on the face of your badge), your badge will be turned off on the expiration date. After a one (1) month grace period you will need to restart the application process from the start.

Thank you for your assistance to keep the Airport compliant with Federal requirements!