The Youth Enrichment Program's purpose is to promote a positive presence in our community that will result in a reduction of criminal activities and provide recreational, educational and cultural programs for Greeley youth and citizenry.
The community has both a role and responsibility to provide Greeley's youth with a safe, friendly learning environment and to boost academic achievement.
Rodarte Community Center • 920 A Street • (970) 350-9430
Anna Gimmestad Park • 1710 31st Street Road • (970) 378-6720
The Youth Enrichment Program also utilizes District 6 facilities at the following locations during the school year:
• Billie Martinez Elementary
• Jackson Elementary
• Shawsheen Elementary
• Franklin Middle School
After School Tutoring/Fun Club
Summer Fun in the Sun
2014 Teen Job Fair
2014 National Youth Service Day Awards
2013 Christmas Party
C.J. Archibeque is the direct liaison to the Juvenile Assessment Center with families and youth. For more information call (970) 350-9548.
Youth Net meets the third Friday of every month, 9am at the Rodarte Center, 920 A Street, Greeley. The coalition of youth and family service providers meet monthly to collaborate, coordinate and educate each other about programs and service offerings in the community. Please join us for our next meeting. For more information, call C.J. Archibeque at (970) 350-9548.
Greeley Youth Commission
Are you between the ages of 11 and 18? Would you like to serve your community and impact the lives of your friends? Serving on the Greeley Youth Commission is a terrific way to make a difference.
Click Boards & Commissions Application to view and print out the application.
The Greeley Youth Commission meets the second and fourth Monday of every month at 7pm.
This Youth Commission acts as representatives for the collective voice of area youth to the Greeley City Council. Anyone interested in helping with the Greeley Youth Commission can call C.J. Archibeque, Recreation Program Manager, at (970) 350-9548.