Long-Range Planning & Neighborhood Studies
Parks, Trails and Open Lands Plan
East 8th Street Tax Increment Financing (TIF) District
Redevelopment Resource Guide
The 2060 Comprehensive Plan was formulated in several phases: an initial community assessment; definition of a vision statement and evaluation of growth alternatives; identification of key community development components; goal development and plan implementation. Citizen involvement drove each of these phases of plan development and will be integral to its execution.
As the city grows, the neighborhood unit becomes increasingly important as a source of housing, shopping, employment, entertainment, education and social networks. For neighborhoods to remain viable, there also needs to be a strong sense of personal safety as well as a commitment to improve and maintain property in the area.
The City Council approved two neighborhood studies in 2004 and two in 2006. The projects include public infrastructure improvements such as new street lights, fire hydrants, sidewalks, access ramps, a revolving loan fund for private residential improvements, as well as organizational assistance through neighborhood building block programs like neighborhood and business watch, block parties and neighbor labor.
Here is a summary of the four major studies:
Additional smaller studies include: North Downtown, East Maplewood and Billie Martinez/Scott-Epples Neighborhoods.
The City also partnered with Weld County in 2007 to evaluate East Greeley's future needs and influences. A summary of the draft study is available here.
More recently, City staff is studying Greeley's north side. Visit the North Greeley Plan site for more information.
Growth and Development Projections
The Annual Growth and Development Projections Report aids City Council, the City Manager and the City departments in the development of the Greeley Capital Improvements Plan (CIP). This document identifies newly annexed areas, emerging and developing subdivisions, and historic and projected rates of growth.
Population estimates. Rev. 2/5/14
There are 47.41 square miles within the Greeley city limits.
Urban Growth & Service Areas Map
Adequate Public Facilities Area (APFA)
Adequate Public Facilities Area (APFA) Plan
Adequate Public Facilities Area (APFA) Overview Presentation