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Celebrate MLK Day

In observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the City of Greeley administrative buildings will close and cease many standard public-facing services on Monday, Jan 18.  Join the city and community partners in an online celebration and virtual march, beginning at 9 a.m.  Learn More

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COVID-19 Updates

Keep up-to-date with the City of Greeley’s operations during COVID-19 dial changes. Culture, Parks and Recreation Department has adjusted their operations to Level Orange. Community information on free COVID-19 test sites, resources, and other city facility operations are also available. Learn More



Terry Ranch Project

The proposed Terry Ranch Water Project is an innovative water supply and storage project being considered and evaluated to help fulfill the water needs of Greeley's growing population. If determined feasible and approved by the City of Greeley Water Board and City Council, it will ensure our long-term water future.  Learn More

City Seeks Public Input Regarding Household Occupancy Standards

City of Greeley official invites the public to visit to complete a short survey about household occupancy standards, which limit the number of unrelated people allowed to live in a house. In most parts of Greeley, the city’s current rules allow no more than two unrelated adults to live in a house. City officials want to reevaluate this standard as part of the city’s Development Code update. Read more.

Greeley Recreation Begins Offering Virtual Fitness Classes

Greeley Recreation offers free virtual group fitness classes. These 45-minute-or-less classes delivered via Zoom allow users to participate from their home. For a schedule of virtual fitness classes, go online to go the Greeley Recreation website for more information.  Read more.

Greeley City Council OKs Land Swap at Boomerang Golf Course

Golfers can look forward to three newly aligned holes at the Boomerang South 9 next year, the first phase of irrigation improvements at the golf course in a unique land swap with Greeley-Evans School District 6 that will make way for a new school. Read more.

Poudre Ponds Construction / Trail Closure

The City of Greeley has temporarily closed through January a portion of the Poudre Trail to accommodate water storage excavation and riverbank stabilization. The work will protect the trail and the Poudre Ponds Recreational Fishery from flood events. This project necessitates closing the Poudre Trail from 25th to 35th avenues for a short period of time until crews finish the flood protection activities at the site. The trail is expected to reopen in early February or sooner. Read more

2021 Adjustments to Water and Sewer Utility Rates

Residents and commercial and industrial customers may notice higher monthly water and sewer utility rates beginning Jan. 1. The rates will help cover the cost of meeting new state regulatory requirements, water acquisition, and much-needed upgrades to the city’s wastewater treatment facility.  Read more.

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