City Manager's Blog

  • Fire Station #1 & City Center Phase I Get Green Light

    Sep 14, 2017
    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

    Sep 14, 2017
    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

    Sep 14, 2017
    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

    Sep 14, 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

    Nov 08, 2017
    Here's what we like about the new hotel and conference center in downtown Greeley.
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  • Greeley Gov Economic Update

    Sep 14, 2017
    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

    Sep 14, 2017

    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

    Sep 14, 2017
    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

    Sep 14, 2017
    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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  • City Employees Share Workplace Perceptions & Solutions

    Sep 14, 2017
    641 employees responded to questions about their work environment, how they’re coached, supervised and recognized, the tools they’re given, coworker and team relationships, and a number of other factors.
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  • Bright Futures Exemplifies City’s Mission & Values

    Sep 14, 2017
    Last year we launched an effort to get all Greeley City government employees aligned with our organization’s mission and values.  On October 30 of this year, we had the opportunity to see our mission and several of our core values displayed at the Union Colony Civic Center.
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  • City Council Sends Five Questions to Voters

    Sep 14, 2017

    Local elections can be exciting! No really, I mean that. This is an opportunity to see our system of local government in action and participate in that system; in other words, have a voice in your community. This year, our City Council placed five items on the November ballot. Here’s a quick rundown of the ballot measures which include sales tax and City Charter questions.

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  • Career Pathways Internships Support Youth Success

    Sep 14, 2017

    As part of the community’s G. Town Promise Program and the Mayor’s Workforce Initiative, fifty-five local students from four Greeley-Evans high schools successfully completed the summer Career Pathways internship program. With the cooperation of sixteen businesses, and local government including the City of Greeley, students experienced potential professions first-hand while preparing for college and careers. 

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  • Add Your Input to Greeley PTOL Plan

    Sep 14, 2017

    Over the next few months our Culture, Parks, and Recreation Department staff will be collecting input for a new Parks, Trails and Open Space (PTOL) Master Plan.

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  • Please check back for ballot measure information...

    Sep 14, 2017
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  • Repairing Roads - A Never Ending Process

    Sep 14, 2017
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  • Greeley’s Successes Recognized Nationally

    Sep 14, 2017

    April was a great month for national recognition of Greeley’s recent successes!

    First, we were notified that Mayor Norton’s support for local educational initiatives is being recognized by The National Academy Foundation (NAF). The mayor’s extraordinary leadership...

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  • Celebrating Staff Accomplishments – Part IV

    Sep 14, 2017

    To some of you, 2014 might seem like a distant memory. That’s not surprising. We’ve all been so busy the first few months of this year that time has really flown by! That doesn’t diminish what City staff did last year to improve Greeley’s image.

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  • Celebrating Greeley Gov’s Accomplishments – Part III

    Sep 14, 2017

    My series of articles recapping some of Greeley City government’s accomplishments and progress in 2014 continues. This month, I’ll focus on the City Council’s Economic Health and Development priority.

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  • Celebrating Greeley Gov’s Accomplishments – Part II

    Sep 14, 2017

    I started this series last month and I’ll continue over the next few months to focus my message on some of our 2014 accomplishments in each of the City Council’s top priority areas. Their 2014 priorities were Safety, Image, Economic Health & Development, and Infrastructure & Growth. And in fact they’re planning to keep those same priorities for 2015.

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