Conformance Report 2020
Strategic Housing Plan 2019
Imagine Greeley Comprehensive Plan
City Council 3 Year Priorities Cover
City Council 2040 Vision
When the vision, goals and policies change, the procedures and processes for implementing the vision needs to change. It’s similar to having an outdated map, with newly constructed roads not showing up on the map – you may still know generally where you are going, but it might not be the best, easiest, or newest way to get there.
With the rise of suburban single-family neighborhoods after World War II, enacting regulations restricting the number of unrelated individuals allowed to occupy a dwelling became commonplace in municipal codes throughout the United States. Doing so is intended to create neighborhoods of a certain character conducive to the traditional ideals associated with the American Dream of quiet family living.
The code has been changed five times since it began in 1962 based on a couple of Supreme Court rulings.
Number of Unrelated Adults Allowed to share a House in Greeley
1962 – unlimited
1966- U +2
1974 – Supreme Court ruled localities may limit number of unrelated individuals within a household.
1976 – U+0
1977 – Supreme Court ruled that localities may not restrict biological relatives from joining a household.
1980 – U+1 (Owners)
1990 – U + 1
• Median home price up 130% from 2010 ($140,000) to 2019 ($320,000)
• Since 1983, rents are up 3x to 4x while median income is only up 2x
• 24% of Greeley MSA renters severely cost-burdened by housing (2018)
• 232 District 6 families “double-up” (2019)
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