It's legal for adults to use recreational marijuana in Colorado, but Loveland residents must do so in private.

The Loveland City Council voted 8-1 late Tuesday night to approve an ordinance that eliminates conflicts between Amendment 64 and the current city code.

Anyone who smokes marijuana in an outdoor location that is clearly observable from a public place would be in violation. Private property owners would not be able to use marijuana on their front porch or a backyard that's visible from a public sidewalk, street or other public area

Councilor Phil Farley was the only one to vote against the ordinance, favoring the exemption passed in Denver