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35th Avenue Improvement Project

Construction begins the week of Jan.18 for Keep Greeley Moving’s 35th Avenue Improvement Project. It widens 35th Ave. from 4th St. to just north of C St. and adds on-street bike lanes, curb, gutter, sidewalks, landscaped medians, and a roundabout at C St. Construction should finish near the end of July. Learn more. 

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COVID-19 Updates

Keep up-to-date with the City of Greeley’s operations during COVID-19 dial changes. Culture, Parks and Recreation Department has adjusted their operations to Level Orange. Community information on free COVID-19 test sites, resources, and other city facility operations are also available. Learn more.

 

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Terry Ranch Project

The Terry Ranch Water Project is an innovative water supply and storage project being considered and evaluated to help fulfill the water needs of Greeley's growing population. The proposed project will ensure our long-term water future.   Learn more.


Union Colony Civic Center to Reopen for Small Rental Events

City of Greeley staff has worked hard to prepare plans for reopening Monfort Concert Hall and Hensel Phelps Theatre for our community. City officials announce the UCCC will host several small ticketed performances beginning February 2021. 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, Golf Board, Greeley Art Commission, Island Grove Advisory Board, Parks & Recreation Advisory Board, and Stormwater Board. Applications will be accepted through Feb. 1 at 8 a.m. You can get more information and apply online.

City Seeks Public Input Regarding Household Occupancy Standards

City of Greeley official invites the public to visit to complete a short survey about household occupancy standards, which limit the number of unrelated people allowed to live in a house. In most parts of Greeley, the city’s current rules allow no more than two unrelated adults to live in a house. City officials want to reevaluate this standard as part of the city’s Development Code update. Read more.

Greeley Recreation Begins Offering Virtual Fitness Classes

Greeley Recreation offers free virtual group fitness classes. These 45-minute-or-less classes delivered via Zoom allow users to participate from their home. For a schedule of virtual fitness classes, go online to go the Greeley Recreation website for more information.  Read more.

Greeley City Council OKs Land Swap at Boomerang Golf Course

Golfers can look forward to three newly aligned holes at the Boomerang South 9 next year, the first phase of irrigation improvements at the golf course in a unique land swap with Greeley-Evans School District 6 that will make way for a new school. Read more.

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