The Greeley Urban Renewal Authority is committed to neighborhood
improvements and the development and maintenance of safe, decent,
affordable housing for low and moderate income residents of the City of
Greeley. Browse the pages below for more info on GURA's services,
partnerships, administration and future plans, or leave a comment in the
box at the bottom of the page.
2012 Multi-Family Housing Vacancy Survey
Citizens Committee for Community Development
The City of Greeley annually receives two federal grants from the U. S. Department
of Housing and Urban Development, those being the Community Development Block Grant
and Home Investment Partnership Program grant. It is the City’s goal to seek the
involvement of its residents through a Citizens Committee for Community Development
(CCCD), with committee members including representatives of the neighborhoods with
the boundaries of the Greeley Urban Renewal Authority (low- moderate-income neighborhoods),
the elderly, and the disabled. Members of minority groups and non-English speaking
groups are encouraged to be involved in this committee.
The CCCD is the primary public conduit for resident participation in the CDBG and
HOME programs. This committee meets quarterly (at a minimum) and advises and makes
recommendations to the GURA Board of Commissioners on the CDBG and HOME programs,
including identification of housing and community development needs, setting priorities,
making recommendations regarding the annual allocation of CDBG funds, and amending
Annual Action Plans. CCCD members must be Greeley residents and are appointed by
the GURA Board of Commissioners for five-year terms. Applications will be accepted
until all vacancies are filled.
CCCD membership application
GURA works to strengthen property values and stabilize neighborhoods through
home purchase and maintenance assistance programs.
Check out GURA's local condition studies, develops redevelopment plans and accountability
Find out what's on the next agenda, check previous minutes or get to know the Urban
Renewal Commission and the Citizens' Community for Community Development.
Learn how GURA teams up with other agencies on big projects in the interest of public
health, safety, morals and welfare.
Commercial Property Facade Improvement Loan
Owners of commercial buildings in the City's Redevelopment District are eligible
for low-interest loan assistance for certain building facade improvement projects.
2013 Community Development Block Grant
The Greeley Urban Renewal Authority (GURA) for the City of Greeley will
begin accepting applications for 2013 Community Development Block Grant funds on June 1, 2012. The attached
application is for review only; please request a fillable application from GURA.
A calendar of important dates during the CDBG process can be found on Page Two of
the application document.