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Posted on: March 15, 2021

[ARCHIVED] City Council Preview for the Week of 3/15/2021

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NOTE: In an effort to support the health and safety of our residents, Grand Junction City Council Meetings remain closed to the public. Residents may view this week’s City Council Meeting on Cable channel 191 or live-stream via the City of Grand Junction website. 

Residents have options for participating in meetings virtually: 

1) Call 244-1504 and leave a voicemail message for Council before noon on the day of the meeting. Please specify that the message is intended for the Council meeting. Messages will be played and entered into the record at the next Council meeting. Provide your written comments in an online form before noon on the day of the meeting. The link to the form is on the top of the City Council agenda. 

2) You can watch a live stream of the meeting online from the comfort and safety of your home. The meeting will be live streamed on our website. Meetings that are live streamed will have a camera or "Live" icon next to them on the list. Select the button to watch the meeting live. 

3) Tune to cable channel 191 to watch the City Council meeting.

4) Follow the link that is posted on the top of the City Council agenda for that meeting to participate in real time.

City Council Workshop, 3/15/2021 - 5:30 p.m.

Discussion Topics

1a. Implementation Matrix - 2020 One Grand Junction Comprehensive Plan, Discussion and Update

City Council Meeting, 3/17/2021 - 5:30 p.m.


Proclaiming March 31, 2021 as Cesar Chavez Day in the City of Grand Junction

Proclaiming April 2021 as Water Challenge Month in the City of Grand Junction


To the Horizon Drive Business Improvement District

To the Historic Preservation Board



6ai. An Ordinance Amending Ordinance No. 4971 Adopting the One Grand Junction Comprehensive Plan with the Mesa County Planning Commission Amended Land Use Plan Map


6bi. An Ordinance to Rezone 2.15 Acres from I-2 (General Industrial) to an I-1 (Light Industrial) Zone District, Located at 711 South 15th Street

Other Action items

7a. Request for 2021 Fireworks Displays at Suplizio Field

Contact: Greg LeBlanc, Sr. Assistant to the City Manager | 970-244 1557 or

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