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City Center Projects

What is happening in downtown Greeley? There are a lot of changes in the works—including renovations to City Hall and City Center North.

  • Update Report: November, 7 2019

    New windows and door, elevator shafts going up, brick coming down, and a lot more happening with Greeley's City Hall and City Center North. Read more below:
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    Work crews have been building City Hall’s new elevator shaft from the lower level up. Just the other week, crews cut through the first floor and continued building the elevator shaft toward the second floor.
    While that was going up, crews worked to wrap up cutting new doors and interior windows into the concrete walls and framing new walls in the lower level. From there work shifts to plumbing and electrical. Near the middle of November, drywall work will begin.
    The cold and wet weather forced the exterior painting project to reschedule until the weather improves.
    At City Center North, demolition work has mostly finished and some work has started on the electrical and plumbing for the new configuration.
    Where the building will get expanded, the brick exterior had to be removed. From there, crews will remove the existing concrete walls to open up space for the expansion on the first and second floors.

Municipal Campus renovations and financing 

Starting in early August 2019 renovation work in City Hall and City Center North will begin impacting access to and operations in parts of both buildings.

At City Hall, the renovation will replace the roof, paint the exterior, install an ADA-compliant elevator, renovate the lower level, and add access control features on all three floors. All access to City Hall, during construction, will be moved to the south entrance. 

At City Center North, the renovation will start on the first floor and change the floorplan to an open office concept to make room for future employees and improve the customer experience. Additionally, the renovations will expand the first two floors of the building to the east and west near the northern edge and connect the Focus Building to what was once the City Hall Annex. This project also replaces the heating and air conditioning throughout the entire building. Access to the three remaining floors will remain during construction.

Both of these renovations are funded by carry-over funds from the City of Greeley’s General Fund. For more information about the city’s budget, click here

Previous project descriptions

City Center

Downtown Hotel
City Center / Municipal Campus Project
Safeway Building/Block - New Fire Station #1