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Greeley Farmers’ Market is Relocating

The award-winning Greeley Farmers’ Market is relocating to 7th Street, between 9th and 10th Avenue, north of Lincoln Park in downtown Greeley, CO. Read more.

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Greeley’s 49th Annual Spring Clean Up Weekend is April 26 and 27

Greeley's community-wide annual spring clean-up weekend encourages residents to declutter and help get rid of items that are difficult to throw away. The 2024 Spring Clean-Up will take place Friday, April 26, and Saturday, April 27, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., rain or shine. Read more.

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City of Greeley Continues Program to Protect Against Invasive Beetle

An emerald ash borer (EAB) infestation could devastate Greeley’s tree canopy. With the pest’s location confirmed in nearby communities, Greeley officials want to help residents protect their ash trees from this destructive beetle. Read more.

Greeley Organic Waste (GROW) Center Temporarily Relocates

Starting April 16, the Greeley Organic Waste (GROW) Center will temporarily relocate to the southwest side of Island Grove Regional Park, at the corner of North 17th Avenue and B Street. Read more.

Apply Now for Grants to Enhance Your Neighborhood, Due May 1

Greeley’s Neighborhood Resource Office invites residents to apply online for the Neighborhood Improvement Grant program. Read more.

Emergency Water Line Repairs Affect Traffic Along 20th Street

Two water main breaks discovered on 20th Street near 46th Avenue early Saturday require more attention than Greeley Water crews expected. Once crews exposed the 61-year-old transmission line, they discovered a section that requires significant repairs. Read more.

Greeley Water Receives $21 Million in Additional Funding for Lead Service Line Inventory

Greeley’s Water and Sewer Department received approval for a $21 million state revolving fund loan to help the city locate and replace all remaining water service lines containing lead in Greeley.  The approval includes $10 million in loan forgiveness, eliminating the need for a 1.1% water rate increase to fund the Lead Protection Program. Read more.

Call for Nominations for 2024 Historic Preservation Month Awards

The Greeley Historic Preservation Commission invites the public to nominate people or projects for awards during Historic Preservation Month. The awards honor efforts to protect Greeley’s history. Read more.



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