The long wait for phase one of the new Greeley City Center is almost over! There has been a lot of time and energy spent creating this next exciting chapter of Greeley City Government’s future, and I am proud of the hard work that has gone into helping us better serve our residents.
On September 4, we will be celebrating the opening of this new city facility with an art dedication, ribbon cutting, and community tours. The first City Council meeting in the new City Council Chambers will be held immediately following the dedication ceremony.
The art dedication will feature a 1% for art project located inside the building created by Amy Baur and Brian Boldon with installation help from local artist Frank Garza. This creative project honors Greeley’s past while looking into the future.
The planning for City Center has been in the works for years and we are excited to move forward in consolidating and upgrading City facilities in the downtown area. Our ultimate goal is to make it easier for residents to find and access city services, to streamline processes, as well as create a safer and more productive environment for employees. The completion of this project is a major step in this direction.
The new facility will house Municipal Court, Greeley City Council Chambers, GTV8 Studio, Water and Sewer Department offices, and the Information Technology Department.
I look forward to seeing you on September 4 to celebrate this significant community milestone.
Roy H. Otto, City Manager