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What’s Great About Greeley: May 2019

A monthly round up of awards and recognitions for the City of Greeley, local business and people in our community. 

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Greeley’s 2018 Accomplishments

During the first three months of 2019, Greeley City Government has looked back at all our accomplishments last year. 
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What’s Great About Greeley: April 2019

A monthly round up of awards and recognitions for the City of Greeley, local business and people in our community. 

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Poopy Problems

Greeley Central High School Student, Lexee Sherman Sutton is working with Greeley Public Works Stormwater staff on a Caring for Our Watersheds project to keep our local waterways clean. 
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What’s Great About Greeley: March 2019

A big shout out to the Greeley Stampede for winning “Event of the Year” at the 3rd annual Rocky Mountain Country Music Awards held at the Union Colony Civic Center.

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What’s Great About Greeley: February 2019

Providence Infrastructure Consultants and the City of Greeley have been presented with a 2019 Engineering Excellence Award by the Colorado Chapter of the American Council of Engineering Companies for their work on the 60-inch Bellvue water transmission pipeline. 

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Winter Water Quality Tips

Consider these best practices during the winter to help reduce pollution in our local bodies of water.
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Autumn Leaves & Stormwater

Fall is upon us! While the vibrant colors of autumn leaves may be nice to look at, they may also present a water quality problem if they are not dealt with properly.
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Greeley’s Forestry, Natural Areas and Trails Program Receives Two Awards

In early September, the Forestry, Natural Areas and Trails program received two awards, the Columbine Award from Colorado Parks and Recreation Association and the Blue Grama award from Colorado Open Space Alliance.
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Scoop the Poop

The weather is warming up and we can all spend more time outside! Many of us will be spending that time with furry friends, taking walks, playing fetch, and other fun games. But our canine companions can have a huge impact on our water quality.
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Connect With Nextdoor

Greeley is on Nextdoor. Are you? Nextdoor is a free private social networking website for your neighborhood. 
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Looking for Ways to Get Involved?

Looking for Ways to Get Involved? Did you see our ad and want to learn more?  You've come to the right place. 
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Diversity and Inclusion Training: Spring 2018

The City of Greeley Communications & Engagement Office offers free training opportunities. These classes promote diversity and inclusion in Greeley.
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November and December Volunteer Opportunities

Get involved and make the holidays a little bit brighter. Here are also several volunteer opportunities that you are invited to take part. 
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Fall Volunteer and Involvement Opportunities

Here are a few ways to get connected to your community this Fall. From diversity and inclusion trainings and Citizen's Police Academy to one-day volunteer opportunities and  boards and commission appointments. 
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Greeley’s Natural Areas Being Managed Naturally

The City’s Natural Areas and Trail program is working to manage natural areas in an environmentally friendly fashion. This spring, a small herd of miniature dairy cattle will be chomping down on weeds at JB Jones and Peak View parks.  
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Contact Us

Communication and Engagement Office

1000 10th Street
Greeley, Colorado 80631

CE@greeleygov.com

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