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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: September 12, 2019

    Abatement work has progressed enough to allow for the temporary reopening of the lower level restrooms. However, the restrooms will only stay open for a few weeks until construction demolition begins in the lower level near the end of the month.
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    Abatement work continues in City Hall. Abatement work has progressed enough to allow for the temporary reopening of the lower level restrooms. However, the restrooms will only stay open for a few weeks until construction demolition begins in the lower level near the end of the month.

    Alongside that work, construction of the elevator shaft has begun. Presently that elevator shaft work consists of demolition to excavate the space for the new elevator shaft. That includes breaking through the 16-inch-thick concrete walls and ceiling of the old bank vault and then hauling those chunks out of the building.

    That demolition and construction will take place at night for the next couple weeks to reduce construction noise during operating hours for City Hall visitors and staff.
    Visitors to city hall may also notice additional signage and banners offering direction to help visitors find the services they’re looking for.

    The final design review of City Center North improvements should advance and allow work to begin with the containment yard going up in about a week. When that happens the main access for that building will shift to the western side of the building — signage will direct visitors to the proper entrance.

    Additionally, a dedicated email address has been set up for these remodeling projects. Email remodelproject@greeleygov.com with any questions, comments, or concerns.

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

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