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Keep Greeley Moving Improves Our Community
The Greeley area has been one of the fastest-growing communities in the country, and with the added traffic, repair crews need resources now more than ever. Greeley is already facing a backlog of more than $100 million of repair projects, and the new growth puts increased pressure on our streets and sidewalks.
 
Keep Greeley Moving LogoRenewing the Keep Greeley Moving (KGM) tax will allow the city to improve the quality of Greeley's worst streets, add capacity to its busiest roads and intersections, and repair sidewalks in neighborhoods across the city. And it will do that without raising taxes.
 
Doing basic street maintenance now saves taxpayers money in the long run, catching repairs before they become much more expensive and time-consuming.
Learn More About the KGM Ballot Measure

Did you know that the City Website is Multilingual?

The City of Greeley website, greeleygov.com, is available in more than 100 languages via Google Translate, providing non-English speakers with easier access to information about City services, programs, and initiatives. Users must use the Google Chrome browser to access the website in other languages. To turn on this feature, users must click the Google "select language" dropdown on the top right of the home page in the photo header area and select your desired language. The City's entire website will then be translated for you.  
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Do You Use the Sheep Draw Trail? 
Sheep Draw TrailThe Sheep Draw Trail is a 4-mile long trail that connects with the Poudre River Trail at F St. and 59th Ave. and extends to 90th Ave. and 18th St. Please tell us your trail experience by completing this survey to help us improve the Sheep Draw Trail. Your input is valuable; the City of Greeley appreciates your feedback.  
Take the Survey
Tome la Encuesta en Español
Greeley Water Whys
This month, the City of Greeley launched a new video series, Water Whys. The intent of these videos is to answer the "why" on water projects throughout the City. Do you wonder why Greeley Water does what it does? Drop us a note to get your questions answered. Watch the first episode below.
Learn More about Greeley's Water
Frame Your Photos at Sanborn Park With #myGreeley
Are you looking for a place with a fun photo op in Greeley? Bring your friends and family to Sanborn Park to pose and snap pictures with the brand new myGreeley photo frame. We want to see your photos with the myGreeley frame at Sanborn Park. Share your photos on social media using the hashtag #myGreeley.
Learn More About the Frame and Sanborn Park
What's Happening at Bittersweet Park?
Bittersweet is one of Greeley's most popular and most 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. Watch this short video for an update on the project. 
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City of Greeley News

City of Greeley Names Public Works Director

Greeley Suspends Centennial Pool Open Swim

Greeley City Council Appoints New Board & Commission Members and Seeks Applicants for Current Vacancies

Annual Poudre Trail-athlon Adventure to Begins

Greeley's New Water Meters

Recreation Summer Programming for Kids

Active Adult Center Reopens

Recreation Facility Operational Changes

Centennial Village Museum Opens for the Season

A Day in the Life of a Lifeguard

Greeley on the Go- City Transportation Master Plan Survey

City of Greeley Facilities Follow State and Federal Mask Guidance

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Upcoming Events & Happenings


June 19
Greeley Farmers' Market

June 21-25
Figure Skating Camp

June 22
Greeley City Council Work Session

June 23
Bike to Work Day

June 24 – July 4
Greeley Stampede

June 25-27
Lifeguard Training
Pucks & Pints Hockey Tournament

June 26
Greeley Farmers' Market

June 26-27 & July 3-4
Greeley Stampede at Centennial Village Museum

June 28-July 4 
Ice Haus Closed for Facility Maintenance

July 3
Greeley Farmers' Market

July 3-4
4th of July Golf Special

July 5
Swim Lessons Registration Deadline

July 6
City Council Meeting

July 7
Learn to Skate Classes Begin

July 8
Museum at Twilight

July 10
Greeley Farmers' Market

July 11
Cub Hockey Classes Start

July 13
Greeley City Council Work Session

July 16
Swim-in Movie Theater: Onward

July 17
Greeley Farmers' Market

July 20
City Council Meeting

July 23
Arts Picnic Kick-Off Concert

July 24
Greeley Farmers' Market

July 24-25
Greeley Arts Picnic
View Calendar of Events

Job Openings

The City of Greeley is looking for people to join our growing team. Opportunities include full-time, part-time and seasonal employment. View job openings and apply today.
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City of Greeley Resumes In-Person Services and Office Hours
City of Greeley facilities continue in-person hours and services at all public buildings. All public-facing City of Greeley facilities offer full in-person office hours. Some safety measures, including reduced indoor capacity, social distancing, and others, will remain and may change based on public health guidance. For the City of Greeley operational updates and general COVID-19 information, visit greeleygov.com/covid-19.
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