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Parking Changes Coming April 1

Parking improvements including new technology and programs will start April 1, 2019. These include pay-to-stay options with an app and a new ticketing policy. Find out more at greeleygov.com/parking.

Comcast/Xfinity Customer Service Reporting

If you have contacted Comcast/Xfinity Customer Service and they have not been responsive, the City of Greeley may be able to assist if the service address is within Greeley's city limits.  An online form and phone number are now available as part on an escalated complaint tracking and reporting system.
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Food Tax Rebate Program

The City of Greeley’s food tax rebate program application process for low-income Greeley residents runs from Feb. 1 through May 31. The 2018 Food Tax Rebate Program provides qualified residents a rebate for the sales tax they pay on food.  

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Connecting the Currents of the River to the Tranquil Swimming Pool

March 22, 2019


Travis Krause, a Colorado artist and angler at heart, will dedicate the commissioned public art piece, “In the Current,” located at the Greeley Recreation Center on  April 5 from 5 to 7 p.m. in conjunction with First Friday. 

Check on Unpaid Parking Tickets Before New System Starts

March 22, 2019


On April 1, Greeley’s new parking system will start identifying vehicles with unpaid Greeley parking tickets using license plate recognition. Officials encourage drivers to check on and pay old tickets before the new system starts.


Roads Connect Us All!

March, 2019
Between each house in Greeley and every city in northern Colorado you’ll find a road. We all drive them, ride them, walk along them, or use them in one way or another. 

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