• Shovel that Snow

    Greeley residents, property managers, and businesses are reminded to remove snow and ice from all public sidewalks within 24 hours after the end of a winter storm. Please DO NOT shovel snow from the sidewalk into the gutter or onto the street.  Learn more about the City Codes on snow removal. 
  • Let It Snow

    The snow has finally arrived in Greeley.  City crews are busy clearing the streets so you can arrive safely at your destination. Please allow yourself a few extra minutes if you need to travel and give snow plows plenty of space.  View Greeley's snow route map.
  • Comcast/Xfinity Customer Service Reporting

    If you have contacted Comcast/Xfinity Customer Service and they have not been responsive, the City of Greeley may be able to assist if the service address is within Greeley's city limits.  An online form and phone number are now available as part on an escalated complaint tracking and reporting system.
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  • Fire Station #1 and City Center Phase 1 Update

    The Greeley City Council gave a “green light” to the new downtown Fire Station #1 and City Center Phase 1 projects.  Updated information about these projects and the financing recently approved by the Council are now available online.
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From the City Manager's Office

  • January, 2017

    2017 Economic Outlook Improves

    With all the recent positive economic news for our region, we are cautiously optimistic about our 2017 City government budget. The growth occurring in Greeley is evident each and every day.  These changes bring challenges, including the need to provide additional services.  In the end, we work the hardest to ensure we’re meeting residents’ quality of life needs and that Greeley is a great City in which to live, learn, work and play.

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