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City Council Announces Selection of Sole City Manager Finalist

Greeley City Council announces the unanimous selection of Raymond C. Lee III as the sole finalist for Greeley’s next city manager. Lee surfaced as the council’s top candidate based on his background and breadth of experience. Lee’s interim-leadership since August, combined with his vision for our community, made him stand out. Learn more about Mr. Lee and the selection process. 


Join Us for Festival of Trees

The 32nd annual Festival of Trees begins on Nov. 26, with special events like Whoville Holiday, Teddy Bear Bash, and Watercolor and Wine. Come down to the Union Colony Civic Center and see a winter wonderland of beautifully decorated trees and displays.  Learn more about this Greeley holiday tradition. 


Building Careers that Shape Our Community

The city is looking for people to join our growing team. The city employs more than 900 benefited employees with more than 500 seasonal and hourly employees across 13  unique departments. Currently, there are nearly 70 open jobs. Working for the City of Greeley means that you are working for your community. That's something that you can feel good about.  Apply for a career. 

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What's Great About Greeley

We like to recognize all the things that make Greeley a thriving community: student athletic and academic achievements; positive partnerships between businesses and schools; national rankings; and local, state and national awards earned by our non-profit, civic, business and government workers. Check out the November 2021 rankings and recognitions

Linn Grove Cemetery in need of Community Support to Honor Veterans and First Responders

The nationwide Wreaths Across America event will recognize local veterans and first responders during an outdoor celebration and the placing of wreaths on veterans’ graves at Linn Grove Cemetery. Officials need help from the local community to ensure this annual recognition celebration is successful. Learn more about Wreaths Across America and how to help. 

“Empowering Voters, Defending Democracy” Exhibit Opens at Greeley History Museum

Guest curated by the Greeley-Weld League of Women Voters, “Empowering Voters, Defending Democracy” exhibit gives Colorado residents an opportunity to learn about their fight to preserve a democracy where every person has the right to participate. Find out more about the exhibit and the Greeley History Museum. 

City Names Chief Information Officer (CIO) to Lead IT Department After National Search

The City of Greeley announced the appointment of a seasoned strategic-minded leader experienced in change management and innovative practices to lead the city’s Information Technology department. Bret Naber will join the city following his selection from a pool of over 60 candidates following a national search. Learn more about Greeley's new Chief Information Officer

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