Senator Tim Neville

Senator Tim Neville represents Senate District 16 which encompasses all or parts of Boulder, Jefferson, Summit, Grand, Gilpin, and 

Clear Creek Counties.

 A longtime resident of Jefferson County, Senator Tim Neville is a graduate of Regis University with degrees in Business Administration and Economics. Married for 35 years to Barbara, the Nevilles have two adult sons Joseph (wife Jennifer) and Patrick (wife Kristi), six grandchildren. Senator Neville is proud to have son Patrick join him at the State Capitol as the Republican leader in the House of Representatives.

Before his political career, Senator Neville worked for 26 years in broad-line foodservice distribution sales and management preceded by 13 years in restaurant management. Outside of the Capitol, Senator Neville heads up Neville Insurance Associates, a family owned independent insurance agency

Senator Neville was awarded “Taxpayer Guardian” in 2012 by Colorado Union of Taxpayers Received, an “A” rating in 2012 from Principles of Liberty and a 100% score as well as an “A” rating in 2012 by American Conservative Union. Senator Neville is a frequent recipient of high ratings and commendations. In 2016, he was awarded a 100% ratings from the American Conservative Union, the National Federation of Independent Business, and Americans for Prosperity for his dedication to supporting Colorado small business and improving quality of life in our state.

Senator Neville is a champion for personal liberty for Coloradans, opposing burdensome tax increases, and eliminating wasteful spending and regulations in our state.

Contact Senator Tim Neville: Senate Committee Assignments
Business, Labor and Technology – Vice Chair
Finance - Chair
Legislative Audit - Vice Chair

Follow Senator Tim Neville: 
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Twitter @ Senator Neville 

Phone: (303) 866-4873




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commented 2017-04-29 08:19:24 -0600 · Flag
Your recent vote against allowing the transportation tax to go to the voters shows a remarkable arrogance by putting your personal anti tax ideology above the interests of your constituents. The voters should have a say about the future of our infrastructure and not you. Keep partisan politics out of future voting or count on being voted out in the next election cycle.
commented 2017-04-21 06:21:33 -0600 · Flag
If you oppose a sales tax increase for transportation, how about a fuel tax.
commented 2017-03-26 07:39:12 -0600 · Flag
Thank you for keeping an open mind about medical marijuana.
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