Gov't Affairs, Govt - Northeastern Colorado

Region: Windy Gap Participants Approve Funds for 2016

The city councils of Loveland and Greeley approved resolutions to fund their portions of the Fifth Interim Agreement for costs associated with the Windy Gap Firming Project in 2016. Each participant’s share for 2016 is approximately $1.1 million. “The Fifth Phase of the Project consists of the continuation of work to obtain local, state and… Continue reading Region: Windy Gap Participants Approve Funds for 2016

Gov't Affairs, Govt - County Weld, Govt Greeley

Greeley: Greeley Joins 34 Coalition

The City Council approved the City’s participation in the newly formed Highway 34 Coalition. Weld County, Evans, Garden City, Loveland, Windsor and Johnstown are also in the process of joining the effort. CDOT encourages the creation of regional alliances because consensus and collaboration make grant funding more likely. Greeley’s Public Works Director says the Coalition… Continue reading Greeley: Greeley Joins 34 Coalition

Gov't Affairs, Govt - Northeastern Colorado, Govt Erie, Govt Evans, Govt Greeley, Govt Longmont, Govt Louisville, Govt Loveland, Govt Superior

Northern Colorado’s Windy Gap Moving Forward

The Grand County Board of County Commissioners approved a permit and related agreements for the Windy Gap Firming Project this month. Windy Gap will bring additional water to 13 local municipalities/water districts, including Greeley, Evans, Lafayette, Longmont, Loveland, Louisville, Little Thompson Water District, Superior, Erie and the Little Thompson Water District. The commissioners approved the… Continue reading Northern Colorado’s Windy Gap Moving Forward