City of GreeleyGreeley officials will resume modified public access to select city facilities Wednesday, June 3.
Greeley officials believe certain city facilities can begin offering some in-person services with safety measures in place to protect the health, safety, and future of the community while complying with state public health direction. While some facilities can begin offering select in-person services, other city facilities cannot yet safely allow public access. Those facilities will remain closed to public access until further notice. City officials will continue monitoring the COVID-19 situation to determine the best ways to begin allowing public access at those facilities.
Starting Wednesday, June 3, select city facilities and services will reopen with the listed modifications and safety practices. City staff will continue to offer remote access — by internet, phone, and mail where appropriate — to community members who wish to use those options. In all cases, city officials ask visitors to maintain physical distancing, cover their coughs and sneezes, and wear a face cover. Anyone with COVID-19 or flu-like symptoms — a fever, cough, or shortness of breath — should not enter city facilities. Read more.
The Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment
is tasked with preserving, promoting, and protecting the health and environment of the residents of Weld County — including Greeley. During this public health emergency, WCDPHE COVID-19 Hotline — 970-400-2111
— is the best source for up-to-date information and enforcement.
While the city attends to this emerging situation, many services will be disrupted as a result of these precautionary measures. For information about specific city services, please use the following contact information: