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 Colorado Bike Month 2021 - Bike to Work Day June 23

Bike to Work (or Wherever) Day Happens June 23

Residents can get their Bike to Work shirt by posting a photo of you riding your bike or posing and then tagging it #biketowork #myGreeley. Then stop by the Greeley Recreation Center or Family Funplex to pick up your shirt. Read more here. 

Sheep Draw Trail

Sheep Draw Trail Survey

Do you use the Sheep Draw Trail? It's a 4-mile long trail that connects with the Poudre River Trail at F St. and 59th Ave. and extends to 90th Ave. and 18th St. Please tell us your trail experience by completing this survey to help us improve the Sheep Draw Trail. Your input is valuable; the City of Greeley appreciates your feedback. Take the survey. (tome la encuesta en español

 Centennial Pool

Greeley Suspends Centennial Pool Open Swim

Recreation officials ceased open swim hours at Centennial Pool until further notice due to staffing shortages. Centennial Pool will remain open for lap swim and swim lessons already scheduled. These modified services will remain in place while officials work to train and hire additional lifeguards. Open swim hours will continue at Discovery Bay Waterpark and Greeley Family FunPlex. Learn more.

Reserving A Spot for Greeley’s Independence Day Parade

As Independence Day approaches, City of Greeley officials want to remind residents and visitors of city guidelines for when and how to save a spot on city property to enjoy Greeley’s Fourth of July Parade. Greeley’s Culture, Parks and Recreation Department staff will conduct maintenance, including areas along the parade route—City Hall, Lincoln Park, and the Greeley Recreation Center landscapes—up until the close of business Friday, July 2. Read more.

Poudre Trail to Reopen East of 35th Avenue

Monday, June 21, just ahead of Bike to Work Day, City of Greeley natural areas & trails and water and sewer officials will reopen the Poudre Trail adjacent to Poudre Ponds between 25th Avenue and 35th Avenue. Natural Areas & Trails officials plan to open the Poudre Trail in time for Bike to Work Day to promote a safe option for residents bicycling to work. The Poudre Trail is a wonderful place to experience nature, wildlife, and the great outdoors, as well as the freedom that bicycling provides. Read more. 

City of Greeley will Upgrade to Wireless Water Meter Reading Technology

The City of Greeley will begin replacing its oldest water meters in July with new, enhanced equipment that helps residents better monitor their water usage. Utility Metering Solutions (UMS), an industry expert in water meter projects, will complete the meter replacement work. Read more. 

Board & Commissions Current Vacancies

The following Boards and Commissions have vacancies for those interested in providing valuable insight and feedback to local elected officials: Citizen Transportation Advisory Board, Construction Trades Advisory & Appeals Board, Historic Preservation Commission, Judicial Review Board, Parks & Recreation Advisory Board, and Youth Commission. Applications will be accepted through July 6 at 8 a.m. You can get more information and apply online.

Annual Poudre Trail-athlon Adventure to Begin

The Poudre River Trail Corridor board are excited to announce the start of the 2021 Poudre River Trail-athlon.  This free event gives participants a way to explore and experience the Poudre River Corridor by engaging in up to ten Trail adventures over the summer. Read more. 

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