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Greeley City Council Returns to In-Person Meetings with New Participation Options

When the Greeley City Council returns to in-person meetings with its July 6 regular meeting the city will offer the community new ways to participate. A new hybrid meeting model means anyone can attend the meeting in person or use one of several virtual options to watch or participate. Moving forward, all council meetings will take place via this hybrid model. Learn more. 

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Bittersweet Park Update

Bittersweet is one of Greeley's most popular and visible parks in town. In 2020, the city began a multi-year transformation of the 39-acre park to incorporate water-efficient native grasses, update the 30-year-old irrigation system and increase natural areas for birds and animals. Listen to a KFKA interview with Andy McRoberts or watch this short video for an update on the project. Learn more.

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Keep Greeley Moving Webinar

Community members can learn more about the Keep Greeley Moving Tax through a webinars on August 12. Greeley officials will go over the potential ballot measure that will continue to fix our roads and bridges without increasing taxes. For anyone who cannot attend the webinars, each will get recorded and uploaded to the city's YouTube account. Learn more.

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Board & Commissions Current Vacancies

The following Boards and Commissions have vacancies for those interested in providing valuable insight and feedback to local elected officials: Citizen Transportation Advisory Board, Construction Trades Advisory & Appeals Board, Historic Preservation Commission, Judicial Review Board, Museum Board, Planning Commission, Stormwater Board, and Youth Commission. Applications will be accepted through August 2 at 8 a.m. You can get more information and apply online.

What's Great About Greeley

We like to recognize all the things that make Greeley a thriving community: student athletic and academic achievements; positive partnerships between businesses and schools; national rankings; and local, state and national awards earned by our non-profit, civic, business and government workers. Check out the July 2021 rankings and recognitions. 

Greeley Officials Ask for Input at 12th Street Outfall Open House Meeting

Earlier this year, city staff started designing a new storm drainage facility in the Sunrise neighborhood – along the Cache la Poudre River near 10th Street and U.S. 85. City officials invite the community to attend a special open house from 6-8 p.m., July 28, at Charlie and Laura Archibeque Park, 325 12th St., to help guide this project’s design. Read more. 

Greeley Recreation Partners with Special Olympics for Ice Skating Event

Greeley’s Adaptive and Inclusive Recreation (AIR) program will host Special Olympics Colorado for a Learn to Skate event in July. Greeley’s AIR program provides therapeutic recreation programs and services to individuals who have physical or intellectual disabilities in a safe and fun environment where everyone can stay active, regardless of differences. Read more. 

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