Tag Archives: City of Greeley

Sept. 17 History Fest cancelled

Due to the intense rainfall over the last week, the City of Greeley History Museums has cancelled History Fest for Tuesday, September 17 from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. The remaining days Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of History Fest will … Continue reading

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Greeley’s Homestead park to be closed for construction

GREELEY –Beginning Monday April 15th Homestead Park located on 29th Street west of 35th Avenue will be closed for construction.  The park will be receiving a new playground, outdoor classroom, shelters, and concrete walkways and landscaping.   This Quality of … Continue reading

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65th Ave road closure to begin April 8

GREELEY — In preparation for road improvements to 65th Avenue that will begin later this spring, the City of Greeley will close 65th Avenue from 29th Street to US Highway 34 from April 8th to April 14th, 2013.  This closure … Continue reading

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Greeley to hold Meeker musuem improvement meeting

GREELEY — The public is invited to review a set of concept drawings that take a fresh look at the grounds around the historic Meeker Museum and ways that site might be enhanced and used.  The museum is located north … Continue reading

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City encourages people to cut back on watering lawns

GREELEY – The city of Greeley is reminding people to help conserve water by watering their lawns less now that school is in session.   To increase your efficiency and to save money, the City of Greeley Water Conservation program … Continue reading

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Local entities to offer concussion symposium

by Matt Lacy –   As more and more attention is being given to NFL players and the long-term effects of concussions suffered from playing the game, local entities have teamed up to provide concussion training for local coaches.   … Continue reading

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Garden-In-A-Box Program Ends June 5

GREELEY- The City of Greeley Water Conservation Program is sponsoring a Garden-In-A-Box sale. Orders must be made by June 5, for pre-planned and affordable Xeriscape gardens. Greeley residents receive $25 off the list price of the xeric gardens.   The … Continue reading

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“Microburst” tears roof off of house

Staff Reports —   GREELEY – Just before 2:00 pm today (05/01/2012), firefighters from the Greeley Fire Department were called to 2405 49th Av Ct in Greeley on a report of on a possible explosion. Upon arrival they found a … Continue reading

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City to install sewer line at 47th and 16th St.

Staff Reports — The City of Greeley has contracted with Connell Resources to install a sewerline near 47th Avenue and 16th Street. The new sewerline is replacing the current one that is too small during peak flows. The new sewerline … Continue reading

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Greeley Unites Against Abortion / Untold Post Affects

On October 2, 2011 at 2:00 in the afternoon, the annual Greeley life chain took place on 23rd street. About 200 pro-life advocates expanded the line. Mary Jane Kuhn, a District 6 paraprofessional has coordinated this event for ten years … Continue reading

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Transit Center Will Replace Transfer Center

At the City Council Worksession on July 19th, a number of Greeley citizens addressed the council to express  dislike of a proposal to change the transfer center from Lincoln Park Library to the Depot. In particular, they were concerned about … Continue reading

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New park facility opened June 4th

Staff Reports Bring your fishing pole and get in on the action as we celebrate the opening of Greeley’s newest park facility: Poudre Ponds Recreational Fishery! Poudre Ponds is located in the south east corner of the intersection of 35th … Continue reading

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Ride for twenty-five cents

by Vanessa Dominguez  Tuesday, May 31, 2011 through Wednesday, August 17, 2011 children 19 and under will only be charged twenty-five cents to ride the city bus. Children five and under will  be free. Brad Patterson, transit service manager with … Continue reading

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City council suggests a tax increase

By Vanessa Dominguez Tim Nash, Finance Director for The City of Greeley, presented City Council with several options to would free up money for road repairs. Nash stated that all ideas were either policy driven or ordinance driven. The proposed … Continue reading

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Greeley residents may qualify for a $45 rebate

Staff Reports Applications for the City of Greeley Food Tax Rebate Program are available Monday-Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. at the Finance Department, City Hall, 1000 10th Street or online at www.greeleygov.com/Finance/FoodTaxRebate.aspx. Applications will be accepted through May … Continue reading

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City of Greeley Ends Dance Classes

By Mike Bauman As of January 1, 2011, dance students are no longer able to enroll in the Greeley Recreation Academy of Dance Arts (GRADA).  Greeley Rec will no longer be offering dance classes.  Have no fear, however, dance classes will … Continue reading

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City of Greeley has 422 Active Misdemeanor Warrants in Last 12 Months

By Mike Bauman The City of Greeley had the following 422 misdemeanor warrants active in the last 12 months.  If you know the location of any of these parties, you are encouraged to call the Greeley Police Department at 970-350-9600. … Continue reading

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Council Invites Public Comment on Proposed Budget

The Greeley City Council continues its efforts to engage residents regarding various issues and challenges facing the community and city government. The next challenge is preparing a balanced City of Greeley budget for 2011 based on anticipated revenue. To gather … Continue reading

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City water main break-fire department testing nearby

By Vanessa Dominguez, For the Greeley Gazette Thursday afternoon traffic on 29th St west of 23rd Ave had to be redirected due to a break in a city water main. Several businesses in the area were without water for more … Continue reading

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HETEROSEXUAL QUESTIONAIRE

This is the actual questionnaire handed out to teen participants in the recent Youth Diversity Summit sponsored by the City of Greeley How do you know that you are straight? If we turn around questions commonly asked of LGBTQ students … Continue reading

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