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City of Greeley Increases COVID-19 Precautions as Local Numbers Continue Rising

As COVID-19 numbers keep increasing in Greeley, city officials decided to increase safety measures for City of Greeley facilities in line with the state’s Level Red: Severe Risk measures. Read more.

Terry Ranch Project Online Meeting

Terry Ranch is a proposed new approach to water supply and storage. Discover the important project Greeley is considering to grow and diversify the City's water system on Dec. 2. Join Greeley's Water and Sewer leadership team at 6 p.m. for an online conversation about the Terry Ranch project.

Liquor Variance - Temporary Modifications of Premises (COVID-19).

Please note there is an updated guidance document as of 11-20-2020.  Licensed establishments can apply for temporary modifications to pre-plan for temporary outdoor seating areas to support social distancing requirements while complying with all public health orders and other liquor laws and regulations as a result of COVID-19. Liquor Variance

City Facilities and Services Operating with Modifications and Safety Practices

The City of Greeley is operating with modified public access to select city facilities. Greeley officials believe certain city facilities can offer some in-person services with safety measures in place to protect the health, safety, and future of the community while complying with state public health direction.

New Data Reinforces Importance of City Efforts

The new COVID-19 location data released by the Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment gives the community an important, if daunting, look at the severity of the public health crisis in Greeley. These numbers show the widespread impact on our community and demonstrates the importance of recovery efforts, including the city’s partnership with the Greeley Area Chamber of Commerce to establish a Business Recovery Fund. Read more...

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