Firestone Urban Renewal Authority

The Firestone Urban Renewal Authority (FURA) has been established to develop and implement a plan to renew and revitalize portions of Firestone. The Firestone Urban Renewal Authority board of commission is comprised of the Board of Trustees, a representative from the Board of County Commissioners for Weld County, as well as a board member of a school district and one of the special districts serving the Firestone Urban Renewal areas.  

Colorado’s Urban Renewal Authorities

Urban renewal provides a set of tools available to local governments to combat slum and blight conditions. Urban Renewal Authorities are public-private partnerships that are often essential to accomplish redevelopment. To learn about the role of public and private roles in urban renewal the Colorado Municipal League (CML) has created a video about Urban Renewal Authorities. 

Firestone Urban Renewal Areas

Southern

Northern

Central

Bighorn

Meetings

Third Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. as needed.  

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available 24 hours prior to the meeting. Minutes are available following approval.
Current and Archived Agendas and Packets

Members

Samantha Meiring - Chair
Don Conyac - Vice Chair
Bobbi Sindelar
Frank Jimenez
David Whelan
Sean Doherty
Doug Sharp
Scott James - Weld County Commissioner
Chico Garcia - St. Vrain Valley School Board
Ed Weimer - Frederick Firestone Fire Protection District