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City Council Adopts New Development Code

Greeley City Council voted to approve a new development code that will go into effect on Oct. 1. It is a set of regulations that govern development in the city. The updated code provides options for additional housing types on smaller lots, reorganizes and reformats the code into easy-to-use chapters, and better aligns with the city’s plans and priorities. Get more information on the code update. 

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City’s Meter Installation Project Rolls Forward with Customer Service Focus

In the last three months, more than 4,000 new water meters found their homes in Greeley, giving residents a clearer picture of their water use, and the tools to manage their use. Customer service remains a key focus as the city’s contractor works to address some customer concerns that have emerged and clear up some confusion with the technology. See how this project is moving forward.

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Be Ballot Ready

Be ballot-ready by understanding the issues and learning more about the candidates to make informed decisions. Voters will be asked to consider several ballot measures that would impact our city’s water-making decisions as well as considering a renewal of the Keep Greeley Moving infrastructure tax.  You can also watch the League of Women Voters of Greeley-Weld County Mayoral and Council Candidate forum on YouTube.

What's Great About Greeley

We like to recognize all the things that make Greeley a thriving community: student athletic and academic achievements; positive partnerships between businesses and schools; national rankings; and local, state and national awards earned by our non-profit, civic, business and government workers. Check out the October 2021 rankings and recognitions

Experience an Evening of Symphony and Soul at The Burroughs Live with the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra

“Sweaty Soul” meets symphonic music in an exciting, collaborative performance from local favorites, The Burroughs and the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra (GPO), at the Union Colony Civic Center at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 23. The concert will feature The Burroughs’ trademark nine-piece band and popular hits, accompanied by the seasoned members of the GPO. Learn more and buy tickets. 

Annual Party for the Poudre

The public is invited to join the Poudre River Trail Board and supporters for its annual full moon “Party for the Poudre” celebration on October 20 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. at the Poudre Learning Center. All funds raised at the event will be dedicated to the installation of new trail amenities. Learn more about this great event and the Poudre River Trail. 

Greeley Multicultural Festival Returns

Celebrate the diverse cultures embedded in the fabric in the community at the Greeley Multicultural Festival from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Oct. 23 at the University of Northern Colorado University Center Ballroom. Admission is free. The Greeley Multicultural Festival is an annual festival that highlights cultures from all over the world. The event includes vendors showing off their wares and talents, dance and musical performances, activities, food and more.  Find out more about this exciting event. 

“Empowering Voters, Defending Democracy” Exhibit Opens at Greeley History Museum

Guest curated by the Greeley-Weld League of Women Voters, “Empowering Voters, Defending Democracy” exhibit gives Colorado residents an opportunity to learn about their fight to preserve a democracy where every person has the right to participate. Find out more about the exhibit and the Greeley History Museum. 

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