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The Weld County Board of Commissioners sits as the Weld County Housing Authority Board on the fourth Monday of each month.  The minutes of said meetings are listed below.  The supporting documentation for the items of business, as discussed, may be examined in the office of the Clerk to the Board of County Commissioners, Weld County Administration Building, 1150 O Street, Greeley, Colorado 80631.  Digital copies of any item of business, or digital copies of recorded proceedings, may be obtained by sending an E-mail request to egesick@co.weld.co.us, or by calling (970)356-4000, X4226.

Organization and Services

The Weld County Housing Authority is a five-member body comprised of the Board of County Commissioners to help meet County needs for decent and affordable housing.  The Housing Authority, in past years, has focused in two areas: rental assistance programs and housing rehabilitation services. The HUD Section 8 Existing Program enables families who ordinarily would not be able to afford it, the opportunity to live in decent, privately owned housing. Through the program, eligible families pay no more than 30% of their monthly income for rent and may find any type of housing as long as the housing meets HUD housing quality standards.  Funding for the Section 8 Existing Program comes from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

The Housing Authority has provided housing rehabilitation services in the County since 1983. Housing rehabilitation services are available through two programs: the owner occupied program and the rental rehabilitation program. Funds are provided to eligible owner-occupants as a deferred payment loan or as straight loan. The rental rehabilitation program requires rental property owners to provide matching dollars toward rehabilitation costs.

NSP3 (Neighborhood Stabilization Program 3)

Weld County is pleased to announce an Abbreviated Action Plan to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) explaining its intended use of $1,023,188 of Neighborhood Stabilization Program funds. 

A copy of this Plan is available for review on the Weld County Website www.co.weld.co.us (see link at right), the City of Fort Lupton Website, www.FortLupton.org, and the Weld County Housing Authority Website, Greeley-WeldHA.org.  The public is invited to provide comments on this Plan.  Comments should be sent to Weld County Housing Authority, Attn: Tom Teixeira, Director, P.O. Box 130 Greeley, CO 80634, or to tom@greeley-weldha.org.

Contact Information

Weld County Commissioners
1150 O Street
P.O. Box 758
Greeley, CO 80632
phone:
(970) 336-7204
fax:
(970) 336-7233 x 4021
email:
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Thomas Teixeira, Executive Director
Greeley/Weld County Housing Authorities
903 6th Street
P.O. Box 130
Greeley CO 80632-0130
phone:
(970) 353-7437 x 103
fax:
(970) 353-7463
email: