City of Greeley Survey

The City of Greeley is considering modifying the number of unrelated adults that may live in a single-family house. In most areas, the City currently allows no more than two unrelated individuals to live in a single household. This “You plus 1” (U+1) standard has been in place since 1980. Due to economic trends, shifting demographics, and evolving societal norms, other Colorado communities have changed their standards to allow more than two unrelated people to live in a single household. Financial constraints, high housing costs, and low housing availability have led more people to seek alternative housing solutions, such as having more unrelated people live together in one household. 

City of Greeley planning staff would like your feedback and thoughts about the possibility of increasing the number of unrelated adults allowed to live in a single household. Below, please find a simple, two-question survey to gather feedback. We appreciate you taking the time to participate.

For more information about the Household Occupancy Standards, visit http://greeleygov.com/planning.

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* 1. Were you aware that the City of Greeley Municipal Code limits the number of unrelated adults allowed to live in a single-family house in most areas of Greeley?

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* 2. Do you think that the number of unrelated adults allowed to share a home should be increased from the existing standard of “You plus 1” (U+1)?

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* 3. What is your e-mail address?

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