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35th Avenue Improvement Project

Construction is underway for Keep Greeley Moving’s 35th Avenue Improvement Project. It widens 35th Ave. from 4th St. to just north of C St. and adds on-street bike lanes, curb, gutter, sidewalks, landscaped medians, and a roundabout. Construction should finish in late-July. Learn more. 

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Household Occupancy Surveys

City of Greeley officials are considering changing the number of unrelated adults that may live in a single-family house. Greeley City Council directed staff and the planning commission to gather more resident opinions on the household occupancy issue.  Click here for more information and to take a short survey. 


Terry Ranch Project

The Greeley City Council on March 2 unanimously approved the Terry Ranch Aquifer Storage and Recovery project, which allows the city to purchase 1.2 million acre-feet of underground water in northwestern Weld County. The project will supplement Greeley’s water resources, providing enough clean and safe water for generations to come.  Learn more.

Food Tax Rebates for Low-Income Households

The City of Greeley’s 2020 food tax rebate program application process for low-income Greeley residents runs from March 1 through June 30, 2021. In 2020, Greeley voters extended a 3.46 percent tax on food with a rebate program for low-income households. Read more. 

Program to Protect Against Invasive Beetle

Last year, more than 200 privately owned trees got the treatment they need to survive the invasive and destructive emerald ash borer (EAB) beetle as it moves steadily closer to Greeley. The Residential Ash Treatment Program provides a treatment option with potential cost savings for Greeley residents who own ash trees on their residential properties. Residents have until May 1 to apply for the next cycle of this program.  Read more. 

Sign Up for Landscape Lecture Series

Greeley’s Landscape Lecture series starts community members off on the right path to creating a water-smart yard, from picking the right plants to working with existing soil conditions to maximizing the use of the landscape and minimize water usage, all while creating a beautiful aesthetic. Sign up for a free class today!  Learn more. 

Updated Drought Emergency Plan

Greeley City Council solidified the new Drought Emergency Plan during the February 16 meeting. The new plan calls for increasingly restricted watering schedules based on how deep impending droughts are. The plan comes in time for the city’s annual April projections, during which it projects if the city will have enough water throughout the year that also would sustain a hot summer watering season. Read more

COVID-19 Vaccination Hotline

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment launched a new call center for the public to ask questions specifically about the COVID-19 vaccine. The new toll-free number is 1-877-268-2926. Find more information here. For the City of Greeley operational updates and general COVID-19 information, visit

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