We are a grassroots group of Weld County, Colorado citizens organizing our community around oil and gas development in our neighborhoods, providing information, and advocating for health and safety . We hope you find our site informative, educational, and inspiring!
Drilling by Frontier & in Mid-town
What Can I Do?
- Keep learning, researching and asking questions: Move beyond propaganda and look for reputable information from scientific, medical and public health resources. Come to Community Forums on April 14, 28 and May 12. More information soon…
- Talk to others about the issue/Organize your school and neighbors: Help get the dialogue going in your neighborhood, school, workplace, church etc. Write a letter to the editor. Host an information meeting. Fight fear and fatalism with facts and action!
- Join Weld Air and Water: Stay up-to-date, join others that care, and work together to make a difference – www.weldairandwater.org. Make a contribution to the Legal Defense Fund to support additional expenses for appeals and lawsuits.
- Sign a petition, collect additional signatures and return them to WAW before the Public Hearing on your Site. Volunteer to canvass your community.
- Come and testify at Planning Commission Hearings and City Council Hearings that are scheduled to make decisions about your community:
South Greeley Directional (Frontier) and Greeley Directional
Tuesday, April 8, 1:15 pm
Lincoln Park Annex Building, 919 7th St.
Mid-Town Directional: TBA—Connect with WAW to stay informed
- Contact State and Local Public Officials (and candidates). Let them know your concerns with residential drilling and the particular site in your community, and ask for their help. (See Contacts: especially Greeley Council, Staff, COGCC and Governor.)
- Support State and Local Ballot Initiatives that Promote Balanced Responsible Oil and Gas Development. Collect signatures, get out the vote…Watch for more information about when this will launch! These initiatives would not be a fracking ban, but would clarify acceptable community standards.
- Support State Legislation to Study Public Health Impacts of Oil and Gas Drilling on the Front Range. (Ref: House Bill 14-1297 / Contact: Your State Senator and Representative.)
|Greeley City Council (also http://greeleygov.com/CityCouncil/default.aspx)
Mayor: email@example.com 970-350-9772
Ward I: firstname.lastname@example.org 970-353-2876
Ward II: email@example.com 970-336-4294
Ward III: firstname.lastname@example.org 970-336-4296
Ward IV: email@example.com 970-590-1523
At Large: firstname.lastname@example.org 970-336-4293
At Large: email@example.com 970-336-4292
Greeley Staff (can also serve as liaison for information to the Planning Commission):
City Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org 970-350-9774
Comm. Dev. Director: email@example.com 970-350-9780
City Planner: firstname.lastname@example.org 970-350-9784
|Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission:
Director Matt Lepore: email@example.com 303-894-2100
Governor John Hickenlooper:
Contact via website: www.colorado.gov/govhdir 303-866-2471
State Senator District 13:
Senator Scott Renfroe: firstname.lastname@example.org 970-539-0774
District 50: Rep. Dave Young:email@example.com 970-392-0690
District 48: Rep. Steve Humphrey::firstname.lastname@example.org 970-290-8589
Senator Michael Bennet: www.bennet.senate.gov/contact/ 970-356-5506
Senator Mark Udall: www.markudall.senate.gov/?p=contact 970-224-2200
U.S. House of Representatives:
Rep. Cory Gardner: http://www.gardner.house.gov/contact-me 970-351-6007