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Posted on: January 31, 2022

[ARCHIVED] City Council Preview for the Week of 1/31/2022

2021 Grand Junction City Councilmembers

City of Grand Junction City Council meetings are now open to the public. Residents still 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  City Council 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 at the top of the City Council agenda

2) You can watch a live stream of the Wednesday City Council 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 Wednesday's 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, 1/31/2022 - 5:30 p.m. - Fire Department Training Room (625 Ute Ave.)

Discussion Topics

1a. Public Market Feasibility Study Discussion

1b. Audit Committee

1c. Internal Controls Audit

1d. Quarterly Financial Reports

City Council Meeting, 2/2/2022 - 5:30 p.m. - City Hall Auditorium (250 N 5th Street)


Champion of the Arts


To the Planning Commission/Zoning Board of Appeals


Set Public Hearing

6a. Introduction of an Ordinance Making Supplemental Appropriations and Setting a Public Hearing for February 16, 2022

Other Action Items

7a. Request for 2022 Fireworks Displays at Suplizio Field

Public Hearings

8a. Items Related to the Redlands 360 Development Zoning & Metropolitan District

8ai. An Ordinance for a Planned Development (PD) Outline Development Plan (ODP) for the Redlands 360 Development Proposed on a Total of 600 Acres South of the Redlands Parkway and Highway 340 Intersection Over a 25-Year Timeframe 

8aii. Intergovernmental Agreement with the Redlands 360 Metropolitan Districts Nos 1 through 9 ("Districts") for Construction and Maintenance of Improvements Associated with the Redlands 360 Development South of the Redlands Parkway and State Highway 340 Intersection and the Canyon Rim 360 Subdivision Located at the East End of Canyon Rim Drive

8aiii. Consider a Request by La Plata Communities, LLC to Accept the Dedication of 6.48 Acres of Land in the Canyon Rim 360 Subdivision to the Redlands 360 Metropolitan Districts Nos. 1 through 9 as Dedicated for General Public Use

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

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