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Public Input Requested For Greeley Development Impact Fees

Please take a few moments to help us make necessary updates to our development impact and related fees. Cities like Greeley use impact fees to pay for the new demand on services (fire, police, parks, streets, sewer, etc.) that come with new development, such as subdivisions. Learn more about development impact fees and give us your feedback to help us build a better Greeley. Read More

There Is Still Time to Complete the Census

By now, most of the country has responded to the 2020 Census. The Census will begin visiting every household that has not already responded to make sure they are counted. If you haven’t responded yet, it’s not too late. You can still respond online, by phone, or by mail. If a census taker comes to your home, please cooperate. Your community needs your response. Respond today at Census2020.gov

Liquor Variance - Temporary Modifications of Premises (COVID-19).

Licensed establishments can apply for temporary modifications to pre-plan for temporary outdoor seating areas to support social distancing requirements while complying with all public health orders and other liquor laws and regulations as a result of COVID-19. Liquor Variance

City Officials Support State’s Safer at Home Plan and Extend Public Closures

Based on the best medical advice and information available, Greeley officials will extend the widespread public closures of CITY facilities until June 2 in order to best protect the health, safety, and future of the community. The City recommends local business do the same to further protect our community and get our economy back on track safely. Read more

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Poudre Ponds Closure Set for Fall 2020

August 10, 2020


Construction at Poudre Ponds Recreational Fishery, 924 N 35th Ave., is set to begin in October 2020. As improvements are made, Poudre Ponds will be closed to the public until April 2021. 

City Council returns Virtual Meetings and Worksessions via Zoom

July 31, 2020


Greeley’s Mayor and City Council will return to virtual Meetings and Worksessions via the Zoom platform beginning with the regular City Council Meeting Aug. 4, 2020. 

We Count. We Matter.

March, 2020
Every household in Greeley is going to receive an invitation this month to complete the 2020 Census. I encourage you to take the time to fill it out completely. 

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