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Greeley Asks the Community What Matters to Them in City-wide Survey.

The City of Greeley is partnering with the ETC Institute to launch a community-wide survey. The survey will gather resident feedback on key areas like safety, streets and recreation within Greeley.

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Greeley Farmers’ Market is Relocating

The award-winning Greeley Farmers’ Market is relocating to 7th Street, between 9th and 10th Avenue, north of Lincoln Park in downtown Greeley, CO.

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Connecting Community and Shaping Spaces: Greeley’s Culture, Parks and Recreation Master Planning.

The City of Greeley is thrilled to announce the commencement of an exciting journey to update Greeley's Culture, Parks and Recreation master plan. This plan will serve as a road map for future development and enhancement of our facilities, spaces, amenities and programs.

City of Greeley Recovers from Overnight Flooding, Rainstorms

Several neighborhoods in East Greeley experienced significant flooding overnight. In response to the severe weather, the City of Greeley has taken immediate action to support affected residents and ensure public safety. Read more about the flooding.

City of Greeley Launches gBETA Greeley Startup Accelerator in Collaboration with gener8tor

The City of Greeley is excited to announce the launch of the gBETA Greeley accelerator, a new initiative aimed at nurturing early-stage startups. This program is established in partnership with the renowned global venture firm and startup accelerator, gener8tor. Read more about gBETA.

City of Greeley Receives $500,000 Grant for Environmental Assessment and Redevelopment

The City of Greeley is excited to announce that it was been awarded $500,000 in funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Brownfields Grant Program. This grant will be used to assess properties where the site’s redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of hazardous substances, pollutants or contaminants. Read more about the grant.

Construction Will Close 20th Street from 35th to 47th Avenues in June

Starting June 3, the City of Greeley will partially close 20th Street between 35th and 47th Avenues for approximately two weeks due to underground waterline construction in the area. Connell Resources, the city's contractor, will close the work zone to all westbound traffic. Eastbound traffic will be limited to a single lane.  Read more about the closure.

Waterline Replacement Project Impacts Farr Neighborhood for Several Months

The City of Greeley starts work on May 28 to replace an aging waterline under 27th Street between 11th and 15th Avenues in the Farr neighborhood. The existing line from the 1950s is undersized due to infill growth, and after 70 years of service leaks and main breaks are impacting residents. Read more about the waterline replacement project.


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