Boards and Commissions are groups of citizen volunteers that study special community issues and provide direction, comment and recommendations to the City Council. These 24 groups are the voice of the community; they influence public policy and programming decisions that can affect the entire city.
The Building Authority was dissolved as of January 1, 2019.
Reviews budget proposals that are developed by City of Greeley staff in order to ensure the needs of the City are being met.
Robert Miller, Budget Officer, 970-350-9735
Studies and makes recommendations related to the City's transportation services, traffic, and transportation related activities.
Contact Joel Hemesath, Public Works Director, 970-350-9795 or Joel.Hemesath@greeleygov.com
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Participates in hiring and promoting police officers and firefighters as well as administering the Civil Service Rules of the city.
Contact Sharon McCabe, Human Resources Director, 970-350-9714 or Sharon.McCabe@greeleygov.com
Promotes the full inclusions and integration of persons with disabilities into all parts of society
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Reviews, interprets and manages appeals of the Building, Electrical, Plumbing. Mechanical and Fuel Gas Codes with concern related to building safety, use of alternative materials, property maintenance and existing building code matters
Contact Tim Swanson, Chief Building Inspector, 970-350-9853 or Tim.Swanson@greeleygov.com
Supervises and controls the affairs of the Downtown Development Authority whose purpose is planning and improving the central business district known as Town Center. The DDA District Boundaries include the area along and between 3rd and 6th Streets to the north, 5th and 8th Avenues to the east, 13th and 17th Streets to the south, and 8th and 12th Avenues to the west
Contact Bianca Fisher, Executive Director, Greeley Town Center Business Association, 970-356-6775 or Greeleydowntown.com/contact-dda
Considers and promotes golf activities for all age groups, makes recommendations relative to golf facilities, and conducts studies of course needs and new or proposed golf programs.
Contact Wayne Leighton, Manager of Golf, 330-7327 or Wayne.Leighton@greeleygov.com; Andy McRoberts, Culture, Parks, and Recreation Director, 970-350-9425 or Andy.McRoberts@greeleygov.com
Reviews and accepts artwork donated to the City of Greeley for public display, manages the sculpture on loan program, and works with various departments on the One Percent for Art Program (one percent of all the City’s capital improvements costs are dedicated to the expenditure of artistic design in the project composition or for artwork acquisition).
Contact Kim Snyder, Public Art Coordinator, 350-9450 or Kim.Snyder@greeleygov.com; Andy McRoberts, Culture, Parks, and Recreation Director, 970-350-9425 or Andy.McRoberts@greeleygov.com
Manages programs to provide a wide range of housing and neighborhood assistance to individuals with lower income and manage commercial rehabilitation and development within urban renewal boundaries.
Contact Rebecca Safarik, Assistant City Manager, 970-350-9785 or Becky.Safarik@greeleygov.com
Provides policy guidance concerning daily and long range operations and property management at the Greeley Weld Airport.
Contact Gary Cyr, Airport Manager, 970-336-3000
A quasi-judicial Commission that reviews any proposed demolition, moving, or alteration to properties of historic value in order to draw a reasonable balance between the protection of private property rights and the public’s interest in preserving the City’s unique historic character.
Contact Betsy Kellums Historic Preservation Specialist, 350-9222 or Betsy.Kellums@greeleygov.com; Brad Mueller, Community Development Director, 350-9786 or Brad.Mueller@greeleygov.com
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Commission to provide safe, decent housing to individuals with lower income within the city of Greeley.
Contact Tom Texeira, Executive Director, 970-353-7437 Ext 1003 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org For more information about the Housing Authority, visit http://www.greeley-weldha.org/
Fosters mutual respect and understanding for the promotion of amicable relations amongst all members of the Greeley community.
Go to the Human Relations Commission page for more information.
Provides guidance in operations and planning related Island Grove Regional Park.
Contact Tom Welch, Island Grove Manager, 970-350-9522 or Tom.Welch@greeleygov.com; Andy McRoberts, Culture, Parks, and Recreation Director, 970-350-9425 or Andy.McRoberts@greeleygov.com.
Investigates, evaluates, and makes recommendations to City Council on the retention of the Municipal Court Judge.
Contact Betsy Holder, City Clerk, 970-350-9742 or Betsy.Holder@greeleygov.com
Reviews museum programs and approves policies. Additionally, assists with fund raising and long range museum planning.
Contact Dan Perry, Museum Manager, 970-350-9218 or Dan.Perry@greeleygov.com; Andy McRoberts, Culture, Parks, and Recreation Director, 970-350-9425 or Andy.McRoberts@greeleygov.com.
Makes recommendations concerning best use of recreational facilities, and conducts studies relating to new park, recreation, and trail needs and programming.
Contact Andy McRoberts, Culture, Parks, and Recreation Director, 350-9425 or Andy.McRoberts@greeleygov.com.
Modifies the City’s Master Plan for physical development and related community development; exercises control over platting and subdivision of land; drafts official zoning map and recommends amendments to it, makes and recommends plans for areas in need of redevelopment; and functions periodically also as the Zoning Board of Appeals and the Air Quality and Natural Resources Commission.
Contact Brad Mueller, Community Development Director, 970-350-9786 or Brad.Mueller@greeleygov.com.
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Reviews the annual budget and capital improvement plan for the Rodarte Community Center, and makes recommendations to the City Council.
Contact Brecken Arnold, Interim Program Manager, 970-350-9771 or Brecken.Arnold@greeleygov.com or Andy McRoberts, Culture, Parks, and Recreation Director, 970-350-9425 or Andy.McRoberts@greeleygov.com.
Makes recommendations to the City Council on all matters concerning stormwater management, priorities, policies, funding, procedures, and on the facilities needed to provide an adequate stormwater system.
Contact Ellen Hine, Stormwater Technician at 970-336-4074 or Ellen.Hine@greeleygov.com.
The purpose of the Union Colony Civic Center Advisory Board is to provide direct citizen involvement in assisting, supporting and advising the City with programming, events and policies for the Union Colony Civic Center.
Contact Jason Evenson, Cultural Affairs Manager, 970-350-9482 or Jason.Evenson@greeleygov.com; Andy McRoberts, Culture, Parks, and Recreation Director, 970-350-9425 or Andy.McRoberts@greeleygov.com
Establishes minimum rates and plant investment fees for both water and sewer. Acquires, develops, and protects the water supplies decreed, adjudicated, or contracted for the city.
Fosters a greater understanding of youth concerns and contributions, and encourages greater youth participation in the community.
Contact Brecken Arnold, Interim Program Manager, 970-350-9771 or Brecken.Arnold@greeleygov.com or Andy McRoberts, Culture, Parks, and Recreation Director, 970-350-9425 or Andy.McRoberts@greeleygov.com
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