City of Greeley staff continues to work on moving operations and clearing out the lower level of City Hall in anticipation of the upcoming abatement work. Additionally, staff made some upgrades to temporary spaces to ensure they are ADA compliant and as comfortable as possible for the construction period.
Things remain on track at city hall. August 12, Work crews will start staging for abatement and construction at City Hall. When that happens, several parking spots to the west of the building will become unusable.
As abatement work begins August 15, workers will build a wall inside the north entrance to City Hall to separate the construction area from the operational parts of the building. When that wall goes into place, the elevator and lower-level bathrooms will become unavailable until early September.
With that wall in place, the south side of City Hall will become the building’s primary access point. Construction signs will direct visitors where to find the southern entrance.
Once the final design review work finishes in September, work will begin in the City Center North building as well. When that happens the main access for that building will shift to the western side of the building — signage will direct visitors to the proper entrance.