City Manager's Blog

  • Greeley Wins National Water Taste Test

    Aug 01, 2017
    Greeley is fortunate that our water comes from Rocky Mountain snowmelt collected close to the source and then transported and treated by City of Greeley employees.  All of that undoubtedly contributes to the most recent award for our Water and Sewer Department. 
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  • Summertime in Greeley – The Best Events in NoCo

    Jun 27, 2017
    No doubt you’ve heard of the Greeley Stampede, Friday Fest concerts, Arts Picnic in Lincoln Park, the annual Blues Jam, and the annual Chautauqua series.  
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  • Greeley Unexpected Launches Year 5

    Jun 12, 2017
    What do model trains, art, live music, beer, rivers, trails, and successful students all have in common?  Well, besides being things that Greeley can brag about, they are also the stories we’ll be telling during the 2017 Greeley Unexpected campaign.
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  • Keep Greeley Moving: Maintaining the Momentum

    May 12, 2017
    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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  • City Center Construction Starts

    Apr 03, 2017
    City Center construction is ready to roll!  On March 31 the City of Greeley partnered with Greeley’s Hensel Phelps Constructors to celebrate the construction launch for the first phase of City Center, Greeley’s new City Hall. 
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  • Board & Commission Members Deserve Our Thanks

    Feb 27, 2017
    In February, City staff hosted a reception for veteran and new members of our city’s boards and commissions.  This was an opportunity to say “thank you” for their volunteer time, energy, expertise and input which assists City staff and the City Council on a number of levels. 
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  • Coffee with a Cop—A GPD Success Story

    Feb 01, 2017
    Last November, Chief Garner and his staff organized the first Coffee with a Cop event in Greeley. That led a new resident to support and help organize a second one in January of this year. 
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  • 2017 Economic Outlook Improves

    Feb 01, 2017
    With all the recent positive economic news for our region, we are cautiously optimistic about our 2017 City government budget. The growth occurring in Greeley is evident each and every day.  These changes bring challenges, including the need to provide additional services.  In the end, we work the hardest to ensure we’re meeting residents’ quality of life needs and that Greeley is a great City in which to live, learn, work and play.
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  • The City of Greeley: A Great Place to Work

    Dec 01, 2016
    Greeley City government and the Greeley City Council recognize that employees are the greatest asset to making Greeley “A City Achieving Community Excellence.”  An impressive 66% of City Employees are highly satisfied and engaged in the work they do for Greeley and its residents. 
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  • Living Up to Our Core Values

    Nov 09, 2016
    It has been almost three years since City of Greeley staff adopted a list of core values to help guide service provision to our residents and others. We are working as a team to deliberately bring out the best in our organizational culture every day of the week and will continue this effort well into the future. 
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  • Council Set to Review 2017-2018 Budgets

    Oct 03, 2016
    During the past three years our city has seen and accomplished remarkable changes—all of this occurring while we experienced phenomenal growth, due in part, to unprecedented oil and gas activity. 
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  • Fire Station #1 & City Center Phase I Get Green Light

    Sep 02, 2016
    With the City Council’s approval of the Certificates of Participation (COPs) to fund the new downtown Fire Station #1 and City Center Phase I, these projects are ready to roll.  Just in time as Greeley’s growth; our duplicative government administrative buildings; and construction of the hotel and conference center make these new facilities a necessity.
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  • Active Shooter Exercise Teaches Valuable Lessons

    Jul 27, 2016
    In a time when terrorists and mentally ill individuals attack innocent people around the world, we understand how critically important it is that we’re prepared for that possibility in Greeley.  Although we hope a situation like that never happens here, we know it’s possible—it can happen anywhere and we must do our best to be prepared.
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  • Greeley City Government Hosts Career Explore-ACE Internships

    Jun 29, 2016
    One interesting and relatively new addition to our City offices and operations is the sight of so many high school interns.  Through a series of local grants, 85 high school students are enrolled in this year’s summer internship program
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  • Greeley Unexpected Continues Momentum

    May 12, 2017
    The November 2015 survey shows that community advocacy among residents is up a solid 8 percent.  That means literally thousands of people in Greeley are now more likely to say positive things about their city.
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  • Greeley’s Positive Momentum Continues

    May 03, 2016
    Here's what we like about the new hotel and conference center in downtown Greeley.
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  • Greeley Gov Economic Update

    Apr 02, 2016
    City government budgeting is always an interesting juggling act.  Here are some details about what has happened so far in 2016.
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  • Training Opportunities – Leadership to LaserFiche

    Feb 27, 2016

    One way we continue to make progress supporting our mission is to improve our performance through comprehensive training opportunities for City employees.

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  • Greeley Ramping Up Hotel & “City Center” Moves

    Feb 18, 2016
    The City’s downtown office buildings, including City Hall, are all abuzz about the new hotel and City Center projects.
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  • Local Economy Impacts City Budget

    Jan 03, 2016
    The Northern Colorado economy is sending us signals of change.  And although it’s impossible to have a completely accurate crystal ball prediction the outlook is still positive as the economy continues to grow, just at a slower rate. 
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