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What’s Great About Greeley: High Achieving People and Organizations

What does a hall of fame sci-fi writer, a healthy school and a creative brewery have in common?  The answer is Greeley and this post. 
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What’s Great About Greeley: Weld County, Colorado 6th Fastest Growing County in U.S.

Weld County is the 6th fastest growing county in the U.S.  We also celebrate awesome teachers and students. 
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What’s Great About Greeley: Best Small Real-Estate Market

Greeley has been ranked #8 on the 2019 Best Small Real-Estate Market, and more from UNC, Weld County and NCMC. 
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What’s Great About Greeley: Community Engagement, Community Events & More

Greeley people and organizations are being celebrated for a wide variety of achievements. 
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What’s Great About Greeley: Residents Going Above and Beyond

This post celebrates some recent recognitions awarded to some of Greeley's exceptional residents. 

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What’s Great About Greeley: 6th Best Place for 1st Time Home Buyers

Good news about our schools, real estate, quality of life, attractions and more!

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What’s Great About Greeley: Ranked a Dynamic Metropolitan Area

From food, finances and fishing to baseball and beer, these are some highlights from the 8th most dynamic area in the USA. 

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Northern Colorado Regional Dancing with the Stars

Congratulations to Greeley City Manager, Roy Otto for winning the 2019 Northern Colorado Regional Dancing with the Stars on June 29. 
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What’s Great About Greeley: Bikes, Bees, Boards and More

A round up of awards and recognitions for the City of Greeley, local business and people in our community. 

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Fireworks in Greeley: 2019 Update

The City of Greeley will be strictly following city ordinances relating to the sale and use of fireworks during the 4th of July season.  Please note that the City of Greeley has not enforced these ordinances in recent years. 
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Bike to Work Day Unites

As a Greeley native who regularly rides her bike, for either transportation, exercise or leisure, I have learned a few things along my journey.
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Roll Call: Local Complete Count Campaign

Local governments and organizations have come together to urge community participation in the 2020 Census. This list of community organizations and leaders will be continuously updated as we get closer to the upcoming census count. 
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Local Branding Toolkit

In working with residents and members of our local Complete Count Committee, we found that representation is important to our local residents, and that simply using the word "counting" may make our residents feel like numbers, rather than residents of our community that matter. 
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2020 Census Local Campaign

The City of Greeley is working with volunteers from local businesses and nonprofits, and fellow municipalities to build a homegrown 2020 Census effort. The goal of this community-led campaign is to inform our residents about the importance of the census in local affairs, while working to achieve a complete and accurate count of all persons in our community in April of 2020. 
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Census 2020 Frequently Asked Questions

We all have questions about the 2020 Census, one of them may be: What will I be asked on the Census?, and the response varies depending on how you plan to complete the the Census (online, over the phone, or in person). Click here for a full list of FAQ's to help as you prepare to complete the Census.
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What’s Great About Greeley: June 2019

A monthly round up of awards and recognitions for the City of Greeley, local business and people in our community. 

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What’s Great About Greeley: May 2019

A monthly round up of awards and recognitions for the City of Greeley, local business and people in our community. 

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Greeley’s 2018 Accomplishments

During the first three months of 2019, Greeley City Government has looked back at all our accomplishments last year. 
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What’s Great About Greeley: April 2019

A monthly round up of awards and recognitions for the City of Greeley, local business and people in our community. 

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Poopy Problems

Greeley Central High School Student, Lexee Sherman Sutton is working with Greeley Public Works Stormwater staff on a Caring for Our Watersheds project to keep our local waterways clean. 
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