Greeley has a long history of investing in its water future. The foresight and diligence of past city leaders and water pioneers ensured Greeley continuously seeks opportunities to plan for, and secure, Greeley's water needs. Terry Ranch is the next frontier, and enjoys tremendous community support. See community letters of support and testimonials here.
Hear water and sewer director Sean Chambers and water and sewer engineer Adam Prior discuss their support for Terry Ranch:
Greeley Mayor John Gates discusses the Greeley City Council's unanimous vote on Terry Ranch aquifer project on KFKA.
Director of Greeley Water and Sewer Sean Chambers talks about the next steps in planning the Terry Ranch aquifer project on KFKA
Adam Jokerst, deputy director of Water Resources, and Sean Chambers, director of Greeley Water and Sewer, dive into and lay out the exact plans for the Terry Ranch aquifer, why they’re going through with the plan and how this will benefit Greeley in the near future.
Director of Greeley Water and Sewer Sean Chambers talks through the project, addressees concerns from community members and why exactly this project will be good for the future of Greeley residents.
Terry Ranch Project Online Meeting, Feb. 10, 2021
Water and Sewer Board presentation, Jan. 20, 2021
City Council presentation, Jan. 12, 2021
A Community Conversation About Terry Ranch, Dec. 2, 2020
Water and Sewer Board presentation, Oct. 2020
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