Meeting Times and Commissioners
The Historic Preservation Commission meets on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month at 4:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, 919 7th Street. Seven Commissioners appointed by City Council serve the community by identifying, preserving and protecting Greeley's historic resources for present and future generations.
Richard Borys, Realtor
Joan Clinefelter, Historian (beginning January 2014)
Marshall Clough, Historian (through December 2013)
Jerry Vielma, Design Professional
Congratulations to our Historic Preservation Month award winners!
See our 2013 walking tours and History Brown Bag series»
Sale on COFFEE MUGS! Warm up with a cup of something hot in a coffee mug featuring a historic property in Greeley!
The Historic Preservation Commission is selling coffee mugs featuring several Greeley Historic Register properties to raise funds to purchase bronze plaques for Greeley Historic Register properties that lack them. Mugs are priced as follows and have colored interiors including red, black, or blue.
1 mug for $6
2 mugs for $11
3 mugs for $16
4 mugs for $20
Properties featured on the mugs include: The State Armory, the Apple House, the Greeley Tribune Building/Greeley History Museum, and the Neill House.
Mugs are sold at various businesses, including:
- Cafe Panache, 821 10th Street
- Batter Up Cakes, 802 9th Street
- Woody's Newsstand, 942 9th Avenue
- Currier Inn, 1221 9th Avenue
- Greeley Museums (Selma's Store at Centennial Village), 1475 A Street
- Your Place Coffee, 2308 W. 17th Street
- Greeley Historic Preservation Office, 1100 10th Street, Ste. 201
Grants Awarded to the City for Historic Preservation! The Greeley Museums Heritage Foundation provided funding for bronze plaques for Greeley Historic Register designated properties, matched by City of Greeley dollars. In addition, History Colorado awarded federal funds to the City of Greeley for energy audits for up to ten Greeley Historic Register properties and for two bronze plaques.
Sunrise Historic Context
Stories about the history of the Sunrise neighborhood were shared at the History Stories and Ice Cream Social event at Sunrise Park in May and summarized in the Historical & Architectural Context Report. Copies of the report may be purchased from the Historic Preservation Office for $30 each. History Colorado State Historical Fund and the City of Greeley provided funding for the project.
Building Permit Fee Refund Policy Adopted
At their September 13, 2010 meeting, the Historic Preservation Commission adopted the Building Permit Fee Refund Policy. Owners of designated properties and properties in historic districts are eligible to apply for a refund of building permit fees.
The 2012 Historic Preservation Commission Annual Report is out! Read these quick synopses of the Commission activities from 2010 and 2011.
2010 Historic Preservation Commission Annual Report
2011 Historic Preservation Commission Annual Report
Historic Resource Survey Report
The City of Greeley recently completed an intensive level historic resources survey of a two-block area bounded by 17th Street on the north, 6th Avenue on the east, 18th Street on the south and 8th Avenue on the west. For more information about individual properties, contact the Historic Preservation Office.
Other Greeley Preservation Resources
View the Historic Preservation 101 presentation to learn more about preservation in Greeley and around Colorado
Presentation about how to research a historic property
Access our Data Base listing of Inventoried Properties
Historic Register 1996-2013 Map - Recently updated!
Greeley Historic Register Designated Properties Information 1996-2013 - Recently updated!
Copies of brochures are also available at the Historic Preservation office.