City of Greeley officials encourage community members comment on potential changes to household occupancy standards during the virtual Greeley Planning Commission hearing at 1:15 p.m., May 11, 2021.
Go to https://greeleygov.zoom.us/j/88438982396 to join the virtual public hearing. When the event is live, use the Q&A or raise hand features at the bottom of the screen to request to speak during the public comment period. To provide written comments in advance of the hearing, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or mail a letter to Planning Commission, 1100 10th Street, Greeley, CO 80631.
Get more information on the proposed changes the Planning Commission is considering.
City officials are updating the overall development code in 2021 to modernize development standards in Greeley. The proposed updates would make it easier for developers to build different housing types such as smaller houses, multi-unit houses, and rowhomes in addition to traditional single-family homes, duplexes, and apartment buildings. Increasing housing diversity in Greeley is an important strategy to help meet the community’s need for varied housing options at a wide range of prices. Find more information about the update process at greeleygov.com/CodeUpdate.
The last day for the “Unmentionable: The Indiscreet Stories of Artifacts” is February 5, 2022 at the Greeley History Museum. Don’t miss it!
Artifacts help tell the history of a community, but those stories are not always pleasant or happy. In fact, some artifacts are just downright gross or uncomfortable and are rarely displayed because of that reason.
This exhibit is about looking at artifacts in a different way. Museums collect a wide assortment of items that tell stories about a moment in time, a place, a person or an idea. While the physical artifact stays the same, the meaning and significance of that piece can change depending on what’s happening in the world.
Some of the pieces on display include a necklace made of human hair, a dental key used for tooth extraction, and a photo of doctors performing neurosurgery at the Greeley Hospital in 1953.
The Greeley History Museum is located at 714 8th St. in downtown Greeley. The museum is open Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Group visits are by appointment on Wednesdays. For more information, visit greeleymuseums.com or call 970-350-9220.
“Unmentionable: The Indiscreet Stories of Artifacts” is modeled on the exhibition from the Hayward Area Historical Society in Hayward, CA and facilitated by Exhibit Envoy.