Neighborhood Resource Office
Greeley has great neighborhoods! We promote healthy neighborhoods through a variety of programs. Read more below, or contact us at 970-336-4167 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more
Healthy Neighborhood Resources
Resource and Referral Guide – not sure what City department to call? Check here first.
Community Mediation – if you need help talking to your neighbor about a nuisance, this program may help you have that discussion.
Neighbor Labor – we pair community volunteers up with an elderly and/or persons with a disability who need help with a one-time home maintenance project. Use the brochure to learn how to apply for help or call NRO at 970-336-4167 to become a community volunteer.
Homeowner Association Board Member Trainings – we sponsor a series of workshops with experts educating new, prospective and longtime board members about their duties/responsibilities as an HOA board member and resident. Check out the list of topics and dates below.
Neighborhood conduct class
Did you get a $1,000 noise ticket for for disturbing the peace? Call NRO at 970-336-4167 to register for a Good Neighbor Class, held at the Greeley Police Department, 2875 10th St. Reservations are required.
NRO and other City Staff sponsor several bike rides throughout the community all year round. See details at GreeleyBikes.com or PoudreTrail.org.
A place where people who do'n't have space of their own can grow their food, flowers and fun. NRO manage three community gardens in Greeley, but there are nine others. Please see our brochure for information about all of the gardens.
Application for a Community Garden Plot
If you are a returning gardener in good standing, you are guaranteed your plot. If there are openings, plots are rented to new applicants on a first come, first served basis, so apply as soon as possible. If all plots are reserved, we will help you find another community garden to join.
Apply for a Community Garden Plot
Neighborhood Improvement Grants (NIG)
Does your neighborhood have a project or activity that you would like to tackle? We may have resources that can help. Check out our grant program information and contact NRO with any questions. Once you are ready, fill out the grant application.
Neighborhood Building Blocks
NB2 is a team of City representatives assembled to provide a coordinated response to
complex issues through the following interdepartmental program.
NB2's core function is to respond to complex issues requiring the attention of more than
one City department or division. Neighbors report problems through the City Clerk's
Office and team members are called to action, responding within 48 hours to issues like
property maintenance, alleged crime, traffic and neighbor disputes.
For more information or to initiate an NB2 response call the City Clerk's Office at 970-350-9740 or NRO at 970-350-4167.
Greeley Farmers’ Market
It’s winter now – but we still have local greenhouse grown specialty lettuces, spinaches, kale, root crops, all natural meats, bison, sausages, eggs, honey, tortillas, chips, salsas, scones, brownies, jams, curds, coffee, spices and more! Come see us!! Downtown at Zoe’s, 715 10th Street from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM every 1st and 3rd Saturday thru April.
Going on its 26th year, the Greeley Farmers’ Market is a must do errand every Saturday morning from mid-May through October at the downtown historic depot, 702 9th Avenue. Hours are 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM. Come on down to buy the freshest produce in town from your farmers/neighbors. In addition, enjoy delicious pastries, burritos, snacks and coffees while you listen to live music. There are always kids’ activities, too. Come for the food, stay for the fun! Want to be a vendor at our market? Check out the guidelines and application. Call Deb DeBoutez for initial screening at 970-336-4167.