Starting May 3, City of Greeley facilities will resume in-person hours and services at all public buildings.
Last year, city officials put many COVID-19 related safety precautions in place including limited office hours and appointment-only services at many facilities. Informed by local public health and pandemic-related data, city officials decided to begin changing some safety measures.
As of May 3, all public-facing City of Greeley facilities will offer full in-person office hours. Some safety measures, including reduced indoor capacity, social distancing, wearing a facial covering, and others will remain and may change based on public health guidance.
“For the last year the City of Greeley and our neighbors in the community overcame, adapted, and progressed,” said City Manager Roy Otto. “We’re excited to continue serving our Greeley community in this next stage of growth and change.”
City staff will continue to offer remote access — by internet, phone, and mail where appropriate — to community members who wish to use those options.
As local COVID-19 numbers and metrics change, city officials may adjust or change safety measures and practices.
Officials ask visitors to still maintain physical distancing, cover their coughs and sneezes, and wear a face cover. Anyone with COVID-19 or flu-like symptoms — a fever, cough, or shortness of breath — or exposure to someone with symptoms should not enter city facilities
Just as before, city officials’ choice to change safety measures apply only to city facilities, not private businesses or services in Greeley, which are under the authority of Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment and its officials.
To find more information about access to City of Greeley services and facilities, go to www.greeleygov.com/covid-19.