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City of Greeley Resumes In-Person Services and Office Hours

City of Greeley facilities has resumed in-person hours and services at all public buildings. All public-facing City of Greeley facilities offers full in-person office hours. Some safety measures, including reduced indoor capacity, social distancing, wearing a facial covering, and others will remain and may change based on public health guidance. Read more.

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Greeley on the Go- City Transportation Master Plan

The City of Greeley is developing Greeley on the Go- an update to the City Transportation Master Plan that will help shape transportation in Greeley now, and into the future. Complete a brief survey to enter a drawing for a $100 gift card! How do you get around Greeley? How could the transportation network better serve your needs? Join the conversation and take the survey. (o tome la encuesta en español)  

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Greeley Planning Commission Considers Changes to Household Occupancy Standards

Greeley officials encourage community members comment on potential changes to household occupancy standards at 1:15 p.m., May 11. Join the virtual public hearing live to ask questions. To provide written comments in advance, email or mail a letter to Planning Commission. At the hearing, the Planning Commission will consider recommending City Council approve or deny a proposed change. Learn more.

Memorial Day Program at Linn Grove Cemetery

For more than 100 years, the staff at Linn Grove Cemetery, on behalf of and in conjunction with various Weld County military organizations, honored veterans past and present with a formal Memorial Day ceremony. The 2021 event begins 9 a.m., Monday, May 31. Community Members can attend the ceremony in person at Linn Grove Cemetery, 1700 Cedar Ave., or view the program live on the City of Greeley’s YouTube channel,  Read more. 

Greeley Farmers' Market Opening for Summer Season

The Greeley Farmers' Market opens May 15 for the summer season. The market takes place from 8 a.m.-noon, every Saturday through Oct. 30 at the historic Union Pacific Depot, 902 7th Ave., in downtown Greeley. Every weekend, vendors offer a wide variety of locally grown and produced food, including fresh and in-season produce, meats, honey, bread and other baked goods, roasted chiles, and much more. Read more. 

Greeley Works to Mitigate Watershed Damage from 2020 Fire Season

The largest fire in Colorado history, the Cameron Peak Fire, burned last year in the watersheds that supply water to the City of Greeley and communities across Northern Colorado.  Now, Northern Colorado communities have taken an all-hands approach to mitigating the resulting watershed damage. The Greeley City Council and the Greeley Water and Sewer Board have signed off on an intergovernmental cost- and work-sharing agreement among Greeley, the City of Fort Collins and Larimer County to try to soften the blow of post-fire impacts.  Read more.

National Youth Service Day Awards presented at Greeley City Council Meeting

Mayor John Gates recently presented a proclamation dedicating National Youth Service Day (NYSDA) and awarded local youth awards. National Youth Service Day Awards are designed to broaden national, regional and local recognition of the power of youth service. The City of Greeley solicits NYSDA nominations each March from teachers, school counselors and the public for outstanding community service performed in Greeley. Read more. 

2021 Historic Preservation Month

May is Historic Preservation Month, which celebrates the heritage and preservation of historical, architectural and archaeological resources significant in local, state and national development.  Read more. 

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