Greeley City Council
set support for affordable housing as a high priority in the 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan, which is the guiding document for use of federal funds from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). As the administrator of HUD’s Community Development Block Grant and HOME Investment Partnership Program grant, GURA has been working with developers of affordable housing, looking for projects to increase the number of affordable units or to improve (rehab) existing units.
Several new developments are in the “pipeline” and should result in additional units of affordable housing being available to Greeley residents. Those developments include Copper Platte, Immaculata Plaza II, and apartments currently part of the Bonell Good Samaritan Campus. Federal funds may also assist Greeley-Weld Habitat for Humanity
as it completes its currently-underway subdivision in north Greeley (Clover Meadows) and adds a new development of affordable for-sale units (Hope Springs) in 2022.