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Greeley Residents Can Dispose of Tree Limbs For Free at Greeley Organic Waste Center

In the wake of this last month’s winter storm, Greeley officials decided to waive recycling fees for tree limbs at the Greeley Organic Waste (GROW) Center for Greeley residents.  The GROW Center will waive fees for Greeley residents an additional week until April 10. Residents must have an ID with a Greeley address or other proof of residency. Learn more.

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We're seeking to understand your preferred ways of engagement with the city. We would greatly appreciate about 5 minutes of your time to answer a short survey about the communication tools you prefer when inquiring and engaging with Greeley. We value your time and thank you for helping us better understand your communication preferences. Complete the survey.


Greeley Will Move Forward with Terry Ranch

A referendum petition seeking to overturn Greeley City Council’s March 2 unanimous decision to close on the project failed to secure enough signatures. Greeley officials will move forward to close on the purchase of Terry Ranch, and its 1.2 million acre-feet of water and storage which will supplement Greeley’s existing robust portfolio. Learn more.

Spring Clean-Up Weekend

Spring arrived and it’s time to clean out the basement, garage, yard, and more. Greeley residents get a special chance to dispose of unwanted items 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, April 23, and Saturday, April 24, with the 46th Annual Spring Clean-Up Weekend. With Greeley’s Clean-Up Weekend event, residents can bring almost everything they might want to discard to one of three drop-off sites designated for household hazardous waste, yard waste, and other debris. Read more. 

Greeley Ice Haus Annual American Girl Doll Skate features Australian Outback theme

The annual American Girl Doll Skate at the Greeley Ice Haus takes place on Saturday, April 24. It offers participants the opportunity to share with their friends and favorite dolls an ice skating adventure, a group skating lesson, and kangaroo craft. Read more.

Renewable Energy Online Workshop for Residents on April 21 

City of Greeley officials partnered with Xcel Energy Partners in Energy to provide a free online workshop focused on explaining renewable energy opportunities to residents. The webinar begins at 6 p.m., April 21. Read more. 

Join the Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation

Greeley Mayor John Gates joined mayors across the country for the National Mayor’s Challenge. The annual challenge runs April 1- 30, This non-profit national community service campaign encourages leaders to inspire their residents to make a series of simple pledges at to use water more efficiently, reduce pollution and save energy. Read more

City of Greeley Names Brian Kuznik Fire Chief

An experienced and proven leader who rose through the ranks for more than two decades with the City of Greeley has become the city’s next fire chief. City Manager Roy Otto announced the appointment of current Division Chief Brian Kuznik to the position after a national search. Kuznik served as interim chief since January following the retirement of Dale Lyman.  Read more. 

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