Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Greeley City Council meetings will temporarily move to an online platform via YouTube. Meetings will be available to watch LIVE on the City of Greeley YouTube channel. Scheduled council meetings and worksession agendas can be found below. There will not be a physical location for the public to watch or participate in meetings. All non-emergency City buildings are closed.
Regular City Council Meetings - 1st and 3rd Tuesdays - 6 pm
Until further notice, the public is encouraged to watch remotely on the City’s YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/CityofGreeley. Residents can submit their input, comments, and questions via email to firstname.lastname@example.org any time up to and throughout the meeting. The clerk on duty will regularly check for public input and questions throughout the citizen input portion of the meeting, and during any scheduled public hearings, and read the comments into the record in real time. Residents are also welcome to submit citizen input or public comments and questions in writing by sending those to the City Clerk’s Office, 1000 10th Street, Greeley, CO, 80631. Mailed comments must be received no later than the day of the scheduled city council meeting. Those comments and questions will also be read into the record during the meeting.
City Council Worksessions - 2nd and 4th Tuesdays - 6 pm
Until further notice, the public is encouraged to watch remotely on the City’s YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/CityofGreeley. Public input will not be taken during these meetings.
Council Friday Briefings - Weekly briefing each Friday at 4 pm
During the briefings, the public will hear about current city operations from executive leadership about the evolving COVID-19 situation. In compliance with open meeting laws, any meeting of more than two elected officials is considered a public meeting. Friday’s briefing is therefore considered a public meeting and open to all residents via the city’s YouTube channel. No public input or comment will be taken at these briefings as they are intended to be informational only for the council, press, and the general public.
The City of Greeley operates with a Council-Manager form of government with the Council acting as the legislative body for the city, adopting laws and policies and setting priorities to guide the city.
Council members are residents of Greeley who care deeply about their city and choose to serve their community as an elected official to maintain and improve Greeley's quality of life. Council members, with the exception of the Mayor, do not have offices at City Hall. There are a total of seven elected council members, including the Mayor.
The Council meets annually to evaluate the state of the City. Based on data, discussions with staff, and public input, the Council sets priorities which guide Greeley City government for the upcoming year. The Council's Priorities are available for review on the City Manager's Work Program page. The Work Program highlights major work activity assigned to City staff in order to accomplish the Council's current priorities.
In addition to their annual meeting, the Council also meets regularly to conduct City business.