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Greeley Housing Needs Assessment and Subarea Plan


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The City of Greeley has kicked off a Housing Needs Assessment and Subarea Plan. We'll be looking at what types of housing we need today and in the future. By the end of this assessment, we'll have an idea of what housing types, sizes, price points, and locations could serve Greeley residents from all walks of life. The project has two parts:

  • A Housing Needs Assessment to see the demand for all housing types in the city, focusing on affordable housing.
  • A Subarea Plan to show how different types of housing could be designed to fit within the community, with a priority to focus on affordable and equitable housing types first.

The Subarea Plan's focus on affordable housing prioritizes equity. It will be an important opportunity to share and celebrate how all types of housing can be well-planned and thoughtfully designed to improve neighborhoods and make them stronger.

Why study housing in Greeley? Housing touches everything and everyone in a community. Studies show a link between stable housing and positive lifelong outcomes for children. Studies also show that housing challenges affect people with lower incomes, older adults, people of color, and individuals with disabilities more.

Safe and affordable housing impacts an area’s traffic, commuting, diversity and quality of life. Upscale, mixed-use housing is also important to attract top talent in the workforce. As Greeley grows rapidly, it is essential to know what type of housing the community will need.

The City is partnering with Development Strategies to lead the effort.


This project is funded in part by a grant from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs.



Greeley Housing Needs Assessment and Subarea Plan


Para ver este projecto en español, haga click aquí.

The City of Greeley has kicked off a Housing Needs Assessment and Subarea Plan. We'll be looking at what types of housing we need today and in the future. By the end of this assessment, we'll have an idea of what housing types, sizes, price points, and locations could serve Greeley residents from all walks of life. The project has two parts:

  • A Housing Needs Assessment to see the demand for all housing types in the city, focusing on affordable housing.
  • A Subarea Plan to show how different types of housing could be designed to fit within the community, with a priority to focus on affordable and equitable housing types first.

The Subarea Plan's focus on affordable housing prioritizes equity. It will be an important opportunity to share and celebrate how all types of housing can be well-planned and thoughtfully designed to improve neighborhoods and make them stronger.

Why study housing in Greeley? Housing touches everything and everyone in a community. Studies show a link between stable housing and positive lifelong outcomes for children. Studies also show that housing challenges affect people with lower incomes, older adults, people of color, and individuals with disabilities more.

Safe and affordable housing impacts an area’s traffic, commuting, diversity and quality of life. Upscale, mixed-use housing is also important to attract top talent in the workforce. As Greeley grows rapidly, it is essential to know what type of housing the community will need.

The City is partnering with Development Strategies to lead the effort.


This project is funded in part by a grant from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs.



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