We are responsible for the planning, design, management, and monitoring of the transportation system with the City of Greeley and Evans. See our online services, transportation plan, and construction documents below, or contact us at 970-350-9355.
Comprehensive Signal Timing Complete!
During 2016, the City of Greeley Traffic Staff retimed 89 traffic signals in an effort to reduce delay, reduce emissions, and improve safety of our roadways. The last time this type of effort took place was in 2007. The project included collection of new traffic data, updating computer models, recalculating clearance intervals, optimizing cycle lengths, and evaluating the final benefits of the effort. When finalized, we determined that we are saving the community nearly $4 million per year, in reduced travel time, fuel consumption, and reduced greenhouse gas emissions.
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Streetlights are owned by Xcel Energy. To report an outage, please contact Xcel Energy at 1-800-895-4999 or use their online Streetlight Outage form. Streetlight identification numbers can be found on the pole; providing them may help expedite your request.
Or, contact our Transportation division at 970-350-9355 and we will report the problem to Xcel Energy.
Traffic signals, signs, and pavement markings
Traffic signal malfunctioning? Need to have traffic signal timing or placement evaluated? Contact our Transportation division at 970-350-9355 or use the online form.
Frequently Requested Documents
Greeley's bicycle master plan
On May 5, the Greeley City Council approved the Greeley Master Bicycle Plan – The Road to Gold! Through the help of Kaiser-Permanente, Weld County Health Department, North Colorado Medical Center, University of Northern Colorado, Bicycle Colorado, the City of Greeley, and other multiple partners, the development of the plan took place. The vision of the plan states that Greeley will be a gold level bike friendly community where bicycling is a safe, accessible, and normal form of transportation and recreation. The plan focuses on the 5-E’s of Bicycling: Engineering, Education, Enforcement, Encouragement, and Enforcement. This plan is intended to be a guiding document that will strengthen transportation choices in the years to come. The plan includes new design guidelines as well as a complete streets policy that will ensure the future streets of Greeley are for moving people efficiently regardless of the mode of travel they choose.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the creation of this important document.
Eric Bracke, PE, PTOE, Greeley Public Works