The Greer Coalition is a non-profit civic organization dedicated to informing the public about issues affecting the quality of life in Greer, Arizona and the surrounding area.
GCI: OUR PURPOSE
Impacts to the environment and threats to the natural beauty, open-spaces and rusticity of the Greer community have recently become more pronounced.
The Greer Coalition’s overall objective is to work with federal, state and county officials and other individuals and organizations in dealing with these issues.
The Coalition goal is to give Greer property owners a voice in addressing such critical community issues as growth and development, land usage, planning and zoning, fire protection, taxes and local ordinances.
Some of the current projects the Greer Goalition is working on are:
Monitoring full implementation of Greer’s zoning ordinance adopted in 2011: Article 6
Working with Apache County officials toward full implementation of the Comprehensive Land Use Plan for Greer.
To promote community spirit and pride, and to foster good will and friendship among the residents of Greer.
To Provide an open forum for exchange of ideas and discussion regarding local issues and concerns.
To encourage and support participation in charitable activities that are beneficial to Greer.
To help other organizations with similar purposes.
Greer Coalition, Inc.
P.O. Box 265
Greer, AZ 85927-0265
Please complete this form to provide your Name, Greer Address, Mailing Address (if different), and Email Address.
BECOME A SUSTAINING MEMBER
The Greer Coalition, Inc., welcomes anyone that is interested in and will support the objectives of the Coalition.
Regular members $25; Individuals, persons, corporations, companies, partnerships, trusts or organizations who own real property in the Greer community. Regular members shall have voting rights.
Affiliate members $25; Individuals, associations, or organizations that are interested in and support the objectives of the Coalition and wish to assist the Coalition in its efforts. Voting rights shall be limited as described in the bylaws.
A printable membership form is available here: GCI Renewal or Application for Membership
(Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
MAKE A DONATION
Links to Related Information.
What To Do About: Increased Bear Activity After The Fire
Arizona Emergency Information Network (AzEIN) for real-time emergency updates, preparedness and hazard information, and multimedia resources
Concerned about the Mexican Gray Wolves? US Fish and Wildlife Service
Nelson Davis, Supervisor District III (928)337-7504; 75 W. Cleveland St.; PO Box 428
St. Johns AZ 85936
Matthew Fish, Director of Community Development
PO Box 238;
75 W. Cleveland
St. Johns AZ 85936
Website:Apache County – Community Development (apachecountyaz.gov)
Tel: 928-337-7527 Ext. 9 Fax: 928-337-7633
United States National Forest Service:
Springerville Ranger District
Apache-Sitgreaves National forest
PO Box 760
Springerville AZ 85938