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  • Clean Up Weekend Happening April 28 & 29

    Greeley's annual Spring Clean-Up Weekend allows Greeley residents to dispose of or recycle unwanted items. Bring your household debris or yard waste to one of three sites - the main drop off site on 11th Avenue, the household hazardous waste site, or the Greeley Organic Waste site.  Proof of Greeley residency is required. 
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  • Fire Station #1 and City Center Phase 1 Update

    The Greeley City Council gave a “green light” to the new downtown Fire Station #1 and City Center Phase 1 projects.  Updated information about these projects and the financing recently approved by the Council are now available online.
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  • Good News! Lawn Watering Begins Early in Greeley

    Due to the unusually dry and warm weather, the city of Greeley will allow some early spring watering. Normally watering doesn’t begin until April 15 but this year, watering will be allowed to start on March 20. Read more...
  • Greeley Municipal Court: New Location

    Anyone needing to pay a fine or make an appearance in Greeley Municipal Court should now go to the modular building at 1122 11th Avenue. Hours are: Monday-Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Fridays from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
  • New Water Budget Rates Have Begun

    Greeley has moved to a Water Budget rate structure for single-family residential customers. It is estimated that 80 percent of Greeley's residential customers under the water budget will have a lower water bill this year than last year. Do you know your water budget?
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From the City Manager's Office

  • April, 2017

    Keep Greeley Moving: Maintaining the Momentum

    When voters approved the Keep Greeley Moving sales tax for street improvements, road capacity projects and concrete repair it truly was a turning point for the city’s infrastructure. The measure passed with a 57-43 percentage margin, demonstrating voters’ confidence that City government would follow through on the commitment we made to improve Greeley’s streets. 

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