Rankings and Recognitions

We like to recognize all the things that make Greeley a thriving community: student athletic and academic achievements; positive partnerships between businesses and schools; national rankings; and local, state and national awards earned by our non-profit, civic, business and government workers.

These recognitions aren't a pat on the back from locals to locals; rather, they're awards and kudos given from outside the community to those in Greeley who deserve it.

At each City Council Meeting, we recognize the people, organizations, and businesses that make Greeley great.  Visit GTV8 to view videos of the presentations. 

What’s Great About Greeley: September 2018

Wiley Roots Brewing Companies: Breweries That Deserve Your Attention
Wiley Roots was recently featured in 303 Magazine.com’s Six Colorado Breweries That Deserve Your Attention  list. The author recognized Wiley Roots’ beer slushy scene, their award-winning mixed culture beers and announced an upcoming expansion.

Sunrise Community Health $230,000 in Quality Achievement Award Funding
Congratulations to Sunrise Community Health for receiving approximately $230,000 in quality achievement award funding from the Federal Health Resources and Services Administration and a certificate of achievement representing the organizations exemplary service and commitment to quality health care.  The center achieved high marks in seven of the eight categories used to judge Colorado’s health care centers, placing them in the top 30% of similar health providers in the country.  Sunrise Community Health specializes in serving low-income patients without private health insurance.

Greeley-Evans School District 6: 16 Schools Rated at Performance Level
A big shout out to our School District 6 administration, staff and students for working hard and having more schools rated as Performance than ever before by the Colorado Department of Education .  A ‘performance’ rating is the highest rating given.

UNC Meteorology Professor: Homeward Bound Global Initiative
University of Northern Colorado meteorology professor Cindy Shellito, Ph.D., has been selected to join an international group of 80 female scientists on a three-week expedition to the Antarctic Peninsula .  The expedition is part of a global initiative called Homeward Bound. The project aims to elevate the status of women in science and empower them to take a leadership role in issues related to climate change and sustainability. 

University of Northern Colorado: Player of the Week
And finally, congratulations to UNC women’s soccer forward Maddie Roberts for earning Big Sky Offensive Player of the Week honors.

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