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10th Street Project In Progress

Work began in early May to reconstruct and improve two stretches of 10th Street, from 30th Ave. to 35th Ave. and then 23rd Ave. to 27th Ave. Find more information and sign up to receive email updates.  

Downtown Parking Changes

Parking improvements including new technology and programs started in April. These include pay-to-stay options with an app and a new ticketing policy. Find out more at greeleygov.com/parking.

Food Tax Rebate Program

The City of Greeley’s food tax rebate program application process for low-income Greeley residents runs from Feb. 1 through May 31. The 2018 Food Tax Rebate Program provides qualified residents a rebate for the sales tax they pay on food.  

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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City Chat with Councilmember Suniga on May 18

May 16, 2019


At-large City Councilmember Stacy Suniga will hold a meeting with residents. The guest speaker is Greeley City Attorney Doug Marek. He will be speaking about the legal interpretation of the “red flag” gun law. 

History Brown Bag: Manzanar: An American Concentration Camp

May 16, 2019


Marge Taniwaki will speak about Manzanar, an American Concentration Camp where people of Japanese ancestry were imprisoned during World War II on May 23. 

Why Travel Matters in Greeley

May, 2019
We pass by popular tourist sites and local hotels; we may not even think of how it supports a community. Our large events, such as the Greeley Stampede, Greeley Blues Jam, Arts Picnic, and Monster Day and local attractions such as our museums, breweries, and performance halls are the backbone of Greeley. 

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