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.
In early 2020, the council engaged in a strategic visioning session to developed a long-range strategic vision to set priorities and direction for Greeley; Greeley City Council 2040 Vision for 2040. City Council then worked with staff to develop priorities for the next three years that would help achieve this vision; Greeley City Council 3-Year Priorities.
In addition to their annual meeting, the Council also meets regularly to conduct City business.
Until further notice, City Council Work Sessions will be conducted remotely. The public can still watch these meetings live on the City’s YouTube channel. Public input is not taken during these meetings.
When: 6:00 p.m., 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of every month
Where: Online via YouTube
To verify the date, time, and location of the meeting you are interested in, please review the City Council Agendas.
Council Meeting Live Stream
Until further notice, Greeley City Council meetings and work sessions are being conducted remotely. Meetings can be viewed live at youtube.com/CityofGreeley. Previous meetings
can also be viewed on-demand.
While meetings are occurring remotely, it is still possible to participate in City Council meetings. Written comments may be submitted via email or US Mail for the open comment period at the beginning of the meeting regarding any topic not already on
the agenda, or for any public hearing. It is also possible to offer comments during the meeting by joining the meeting webinar via the Zoom platform. Log on instructions for each meeting are included on the first page each meeting's agenda PDF packet.
Agendas and Minutes
Access agendas, minutes, and video for all public meetings, including City Council and Work Session meetings, and meetings of boards and commissions. Calendars of meetings are also available in the portal.
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Recent Council meeting agendas and minutes are also available to access in the grid below.
City Council Members
City Clerk's Office
1000 10th Street
Greeley, Colorado 80631
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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The City Council visits community groups and presents information on timely and relevant topics. If you would like to have a Council member speak to your club, organization or business, please contact Jessica Diagana at 970-350-9741 or email@example.com
Municipal Code Recodification
Ordinances adopted by the City Council are arranged into a single code in a process called recodification. Periodically, it is necessary to complete a recodification to ensure everything in the Greeley Municipal Code is up to date, and is in full compliance with changes to state law and other provisions. The City has been working on a recodification project since 2018 that is expected to conclude in April of 2021. This will change the numbering of the Greeley Municipal Code, as well as make other needed updates to the Code.
Learn more about the recodification by reviewing the following documents:
Recodification Final Proofs from 9-16-2020: This document is a mark up version of the changes being made to standardize Code titles, articles, catchlines, and terms; rearrange or combine sections to improve flow; and clarify and update language and rewritings of specific sections, including reconciling penalty classifications.
2021 Code Comparative Table: Because the new 2021 code includes changes to the numbering structure, this table provides links between the 1994 Code sections and the 2021 Code sections.
2021 Code in full for adoption: The full 2021 Code being presented to the City Council for final adoption on April 6, 2021.