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2024 Greeley State of the City Address

Greeley's 2024 State of the City Address

Join us February 29, 6 p.m. at the Union Colony Civic Center to celebrate 2023 and find out what's ahead for 2024! Free and open to the public. Learn More and RSVP.

Tyra Litzau new Finance Director for City of Greeley

Greeley Welcomes New Finance Director, Tyra Litzau to the Team

The City of Greeley welcomes Tyra Litzau as the Finance Director responsible for the city’s $178 million operating budget. Read more.

2024 HOA Workshops

Free Workshops to Manage HOAs Starting in March

Greeley residents and property managers can register for free workshops to support the successful management of homeowner’s associations (HOAs) and boards. Read More.

City of Greeley Schedule for Presidents Day

City of Greeley administrative buildings will close for Presidents Day on Monday, February 19. Emergency services, including fire and police, will operate as usual. Read more.

Mayor Gates and Councilmember Olson to Serve on National League of Cities Committees

Mayor John Gates and City Councilmember Johnny Olson have each been appointed to National League of Cities (NLC) 2024 federal advocacy committees. The NLC is an organization of local officials who advocate for and protect the interests of cities by influencing federal policy. Read more.

City of Greeley Planner Appointed to Colorado Preservation Board

City of Greeley Planner Elizabeth Kellums has been appointed to the Colorado Preservation, Inc. (CPI) board for a three-year term. CPI is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the protection of historic places across the state. Read more.

City of Greeley Schedule for Martin Luther King Day

City of Greeley administrative buildings will close for Martin Luther King Day on Monday, January 15. Emergency services, including fire and police, will operate as usual. Read more.

City of Greeley Approves Water Utility Rates for 2024

The City of Greeley, through its Water and Sewer Board, approved new water utility rates for 2024. The rates take effect Jan. 1, 2024. The rates support ongoing investments necessary to provide residents with safe, reliable, and great-tasting water. Read more.



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