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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

In response to the continuing spread of COVID-19, City of Greeley officials decided to extend the public closure of all non-emergency city facilities through April 30. State officials are recommending the cancellation of public gatherings in Colorado with more than 10 people. City officials strongly encourage people to practice physical distancing and CDC-recommended precautions for any gatherings of fewer than 10 people. Read more

Mayor Declares Local Disaster Emergency in Response to COVID-19

March 16, Mayor John Gates declared a local disaster emergency for the City of Greeley in response to the spread of COVID-19 and the declaration of a Pandemic Health Emergency in Weld County, with five confirmed positive cases. Read more.

Greeley’s Broadband Investigation Project

Greeley’s city council, business leaders, local institutions and city management recognize the increasing importance of how high-speed connectivity affects our community. The purpose of this project is to better understand the community’s current and future expectations regarding residential, business and governments’ access to the internet. Find out more at greeleygov.com/broadband

City Buildings Under Construction

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.

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News Updates

City Officials Extend and Expand Public Closures

March 25, 2020


In response to the continuing spread of COVID-19, City of Greeley officials decided to extend the public closure of all non-emergency city facilities through April 30. Officials believe these extended closures are necessary to help protect the health and safety of the community and comply with the governor’s orders. The city will continue to monitor and reassess the situation as it unfolds.

Greeley-Evans Transit Suspends Regular Service In Favor of Call-n-Ride in Response to COVID-19/Transporte de Greeley-Evans (GET) Suspende el Servicio Regular En Favor del Servicio Llamar por Transporte en Respuesta de COVID-19

March 23, 2020


Starting Wednesday, March 25, Greeley-Evans Transit (GET) will suspend all regular fixed-route operations, including Poudre Express, and temporarily transition to exclusively Call-n-Ride services for the general public and paratransit riders.

We Count. We Matter.

March, 2020
Every household in Greeley is going to receive an invitation this month to complete the 2020 Census. I encourage you to take the time to fill it out completely. 

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