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Broadview Playground Refresh Marks Beginning of Several Park Upgrades

The upgrades at Broadview are just the beginning of several park projects that will happen in 2022. Other projects include a playground refresh at Greeley West Park, a brand new playground at Centennial Park, and playground upgrades at Sanborn Park and Anna Gimmestad Memorial Park. Residents are encouraged to be on the lookout for upcoming opportunities.  Learn more. 


City Council Approves Contract, Formally Appoints City Manager Raymond Lee

Greeley City Council appointed Raymond C. Lee III as the next city manager. Lee emerged as one of three finalists following the council’s months-long national search for the leader who presides as the city’s chief executive. He was selected sole finalist and entered negotiations for the position in late November 2021. Learn more about Mr. Lee's appointment


2022 Utility Rate Adjustments

The city of Greeley is investing in the city’s future by acquiring water storage, cleaning up its wastewater effluent and preventing downtown flooding. These investments will cost over $200 million in the next several years and will position the city to be able to service expected population growth for decades. That will mean some utility rates adjustments for 2022. Read more. 

We Are Messengers Brings Christian Rock to the Union Colony Civic Center

Irish-American band, We Are Messengers brings their powerful message and inspirational music to Greeley’s Union Colony Civic Center stage at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 4. Fronted by Irishman Darren Mulligan, the group’s live show combines grit, tenderness, and a message of hope. Learn more and buy tickets. 

Tap In! to for Your Chance to Win $100 or a Tablet

The city of Greeley is serious about water savings this year and wants to make it easier for residents to save water, too. The city of Greeley will reward seven winners this winter and spring who Tap In! and sign up for WaterSmart to better manage their household water use. WaterSmart is an online customer portal that pairs with the city’s water meters to track water use. Learn more. 

Construction Closes Section of Poudre River Trail

Repair work will completely close the Poudre River Trail between 71st Avenue, south of the Signature Bluffs Natural Area, and 83rd Avenue, east of the Poudre Learning Center. City officials anticipate the closure should last about three weeks, Jan. 31 through Feb. 18, to conduct critical safety improvements along this trail section. Read more. 

Greeley Ice Haus Hosts Winter Olympics Experience

In celebration of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, the Greeley Ice Haus will host a few free events to allow community members the opportunity to experience some winter sports. Learn more. 

The Good Morning Guys Bring Back The Habajeeba Show to the UCCC Stage

Former K99 radio hosts and entertainers, The Good Morning Guys, return to Greeley’s Union Colony Civic Center stage with their popular Habajeeba show, featuring a night of comedy and country music, at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 28 at 651 10th Ave. Learn more and buy tickets.  

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