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Invitation to attend the Driving Greeley, Protecting Greeley Zoom Webinar on July 11 at 6:30 p.m.

Driving Greeley, Protecting Greeley: Funding Greeley’s Future Virtual Webinar.

The City of Greeley invites residents to a virtual community meeting on Thursday, July 11, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. to discuss funding initiatives essential for the city’s future.

Rendering of new mobility hub

City of Greeley Awarded $20.5 million in RAISE Grants for MERGE Project.

The City of Greeley has been awarded $20.5 million in federal RAISE grants to support the Mobility Expansion for Regional Growth and Equity (MERGE) project.

May 28, 2024 Storm Emergency Response

Greeley Residents Impacted by Recent Flooding May be Eligible for Recovery Assistance.

Residents in Greeley and unincorporated Weld County may be eligible for state and federal assistance towards storm recovery by reporting damages from the May 28 event. Depending on estimated totals of damages reported from businesses, non-profits and individuals, the county could apply for this relief on behalf of the community.

Rachel Flynn Appointed Deputy City Manager for the City of Greeley

The City of Greeley is pleased to announce the appointment of Rachel Flynn as the new Deputy City Manager of Intentional Growth and Strategic Infrastructure. With an impressive career spanning over three decades in urban planning, development, and architecture, Flynn brings a wealth of experience and expertise to her new role. Read more about Rachel Flynn.

Greeley Receives $3.5 Million in Funding for Five New Regional Buses: U.S. Department of Transportation will fund buses for service between Greeley and Loveland

The City of Greeley will receive $3,508,404 from the Federal Transit Administration to buy five compressed natural gas (CNG) buses for use on a new bus route between Greeley and Loveland. Funding for the transit investment comes from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. Read more about this funding.

Greeley Special Olympic Teams Excel in Spring Competitions: First and second-place finishers in aquatics, track, and soccer

The City of Greeley Recreation Special Olympic teams brought home medals in three spring sports: aquatics, track, and soccer. All Special Olympics and AIR teams comprised of youth and adult participants had a splendid time competing and look forward to another great season of sports. Read more about the participants.

City of Greeley announces Peter Perez as new emergency management director

The City of Greeley is pleased to announce Peter Perez as the new emergency management director. With an extensive background in emergency management and public safety, Perez brings a wealth of experience and a proven track record of effective leadership. Read more about Peter Perez.

Greeley City Council Unanimously Appoints New City Attorney

The City of Greeley is pleased to announce Stacey Aurzada's appointment as the new city attorney. The City Council named Aurzada the interim city attorney following the retirement of former City Attorney Doug Marek on March 1. She has acted as interim city attorney since his departure.  Read more about Stacey Aurzada.

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