Greeley establishes a ‘common consumption’ zone
What’s a common consumption zone? Well, it’s a designated area where people can legally bring drinks outside, rather than inside, of a bar. Drinkers are identified with special bracelets and drinks with special cups. While the zone’s operation dates and hours are still up for consideration, the Downtown Development Authority is moving quickly to get the zone up and running.
Greeley Community Development Director Becky Safarik fills us in about the zone and what it might do for the city.
Question: What area would the common consumption zone include?
Answer: It runs from about Seventh Street to 10th Street and between Eighth and Ninth avenues. There’s a smaller area that’s up for the initial implementation that runs from the alley between Eighth and Ninth streets to the alley between Ninth and 10th Street and Eighth and Ninth avenues.
Question: Who manages the common consumption zone?
Answer: We had a specific proposal by our DDA to set up a common consumption zone with very specific
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