City Council will host its first official meeting in its new quarters at 1001 11th Avenue on September 4 and invites the public to view the new facility as part of the building dedication that evening. Building tours for the public will be available starting at 4 p.m. and the formal dedication of the building will take place at 5:30 p.m.
In addition to the City Council meeting chambers, the new complex, known as City Center South, also houses Municipal Court, Information Technology, Water and Sewer offices, GTV8, and Central Records. Most of those services have been operating out of temporary facilities over the last 18 months. As part of the dedication, a new public art installation will also be on display.
The City Center building broke ground on March 31, 2017 and was completed on July 3, 2018, on time and within budget. The facility project was undertaken to help consolidate City functions in a more compact campus area to improve customer service, efficiency, and deliver city services in a more cost-effective manner. The project was also awarded a $2M grant from the State Energy Impact Fund to assist with the construction.
More information is available at greeleygov.com or by calling the City Manager’s office at 350-9785.