Communication and Engagement
The Communication & Engagement Department works hard to inform and connect with our community. We ensure that residents and others know about city government functions, news, events and services. Through inclusive language and actions we strive to foster community dialogue, enrich civic engagement and increase public participation in Greeley’s many activities and amenities. We invite you to learn more about the opportunities, cultures, and character of a truly unique community.
June 23, 2022
Greeley City Manager Raymond Lee announced today the appointment of Adam Turk as the city’s next police chief.
June 22, 2022
Friday, June 17 the City of Greeley held a ribbon-cutting for the Boomerang Links Golf Course Back 9 after extensive construction and shutdown.
June 17, 2022
At the June 14 work session, Greeley City Council officials heard a report from the consulting firm Urbanity Advisors providing six recommendations to address homeless and housing alternatives in Greeley.
June 16, 2022
Greeley Fire Department officials want to remind residents about the importance of fireworks safety leading into the Fourth of July holiday.
June 14, 2022
As Independence Day approaches, City of Greeley officials want to remind residents and visitors of city guidelines for when and how to save a spot on city property to enjoy the Independence Day Parade.
My Greeley an initiative created to further the sense of civic pride that Greeley, Colorado residents have for their beloved city. Greeley is many things to many different people; however, what is most interesting about the City of Greeley to any resident or visitor is as unique as that individual itself. Hence, we created My Greeley as a community page, a meeting place where people can come to not only learn more about Greeley, CO, but also contribute their own voice and insight into helping define what makes Greeley so quintessentially Greeley.