Free testing for COVID-19 is now available at multiple locations in the Greeley area.

More information about COVID-19 testing from the State of Colorado

The State of Colorado has issued the Safer at Home Executive Order. The order outlines a new level in Colorado’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes a more sustainable way of living for Coloradans while slowing the spread of the virus and allowing more Coloradans to return to work. The Executive Order is tentatively set to expire 30 days from April 27, 2020, but can be amended or extended at any time. Coloradans should continue staying home as much as possible, and the Executive Order directs vulnerable populations, including seniors, to continue staying home, only leaving when absolutely necessary. Read more about Safer at Home from the State of Colorado.

In response to the continuing spread of COVID-19, City of Greeley officials have extended the public closure of all city facilities through June 2. The city highly encourages local business do the same to further protect our community and get our economy back on track safely. 

El estado de Colorado ha emitido la Orden Ejecutiva “Más Seguros en Casa”. Los contornos de la orden son un nuevo nivel en Colorado en respuesta a la pandemia COVID-19. Esta orden incluye una forma de vivir más sostenible para los Coloradinos mientras se minimiza la propagación del virus y permite que los Coloradinos regresen a trabajar. La Orden Ejecutiva se expirará tentativamente 30 días después de el 27 de abril de 2020 pero puede ser modificada o extendida en cualquier momento. Los Coloradinos deberían continuar quedándose en casa lo más posible y la Orden Ejecutiva se dirige hacia la población más vulnerable, incluyendo las personas de la tercera edad, para que se queden en casa y solo salgan cuando sea absolutamente necesario. Lea más sobre "Más Seguros en Casa" del Estado de Colorado.

En respuesta a la continua propagación del COVID-19, los funcionarios de la Ciudad de Greeley han extendido el cierre al público a todas las instalaciones de la Ciudad hasta el 2 de junio de 2020. Los funcionarios de la Ciudad animan a todos los negocios locales que hagan lo mismo para poder proteger nuestra comunidad y poder restablecer nuestra economía de la manera más segura.

The Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment is tasked with preserving, promoting, and protecting the health and environment of the residents of Weld County — including Greeley. During this public health emergency, WCDPHE COVID-19 Hotline — 970-400-2111 — is the best source for up-to-date information and enforcement.

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) released a public health order ordering workers in critical businesses and critical government functions to wear non-medical masks and gloves while at work to protect the health and welfare of the public. Governor Polis is asking all Coloradoans to wear masks or face coverings when leaving the house. Learn more about the masks, and get instructions on how to make your own at

While the city attends to this emerging situation, many services will be disrupted as a result of these precautionary measures. For information about specific city services, please use the following contact information:


Servicios de la Ciudad
Playgrounds, Skateparks, and Drinking Fountains
Greeley-Evans Transit (GET) / Transporte de Greeley-Evans
Support and Recovery Resources / Recursos de soporte y recuperación
Boards & Commissions
Code Compliance
Greeley Police Department
Liqour License Requirements
Municipal Court
Planning (Temporary Signage)
Utility Billing
Water and Sewer
Local Disaster Emergency in Response to COVID-19
Estado de Emergencia Local en Respuesta al COVID-19
Weld County Health Order

Colorado’s call line for general questions about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), providing answers in many languages including English, Spanish (Español), Mandarin (普通话) and more.

Call 303-389-1687 or 1-877-462-2911