Greeley has become home to a number of retired individuals and has benefited from a host of other community services such as accessible transportation, meals on wheels, Greeley Senior Activity Center programs and much more. If a Greeley real estate is not purchased, there is still a wide range of care available from nursing homes and assisted living to senior apartment complexes and home health services depending on the level of need.
Rental Housing For Retirees. For the past several years, a greater proportion of rental accommodation has been devoted to a variety of retirement housing types. The retirement apartment, for example, is an independent living unit within a retirement community. These units are typically efficiency, one, or two bedroom apartments.
Other Community Services. Additional services such as transportation, some or all meals, and social/health activities are provided to meet the needs of elderly, but generally healthy residents. Six independent retirement apartments are included in the Greeley Multi-Family Housing Survey, but the demand for this type of residence is growing as the population ages.
Assisted Living Quarters. Assisted living quarters have also grown recently, with six facilities currently in operation. They are not, however, included in this report because they are considered group quarters. Generally, assisted living complexes accommodate residents who need moderate health care services (help with medications, for example) and assistance with daily activities. Usually, assisted living quarters include a private room and bath for each resident with common areas for dining and social activities.
Health Care. The health and well being of Greeley is served by a medical community of physicians and caregivers in any specialty. North Colorado Medical Center known as NCMC, is a regionally fully accredited non for profit facility is licensed to operate 398 beds, with a 128 million dollar expansion NCMC offers highly specialized cancer treatment, comprehensive regional heart care programs, the Montford Family Birth Center with a level 2 neonatal intensive care unit and a level 2 trauma and emergency services center.
Government Loans. If you are an owner escolhasegura of a commercial building in the City’s Redevelopment District, you are eligible for a low interest loan assistance called ‘Commercial Property Facade Improvement Loan’ for certain building facade improvement projects. You can have a maximum loan amount of $50,000 if your property is adequately secured. Loans are amortized at 2% interest rate with up to 5-years to repay.
Meanwhile, the Greeley Urban Renewal Authority (GURA) for the City of Greeley is accepting applications for the 2011 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds starting June 1, 2010. The CDBG application process is part of the Consolidated Plan, which outlines community priorities and activities serving target neighborhoods and populations, and consistent with federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) standards.