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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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Construction beginning on storm drain and inlets

GREELEY — The City of Greeley is improving its storm drainage system with a new construction project.  A new storm water collection system will be constructed on 4th Street and drain this storm water into the new detention pond that … Continue reading

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Greeley Fire Department to offer free CPR classes

GREELEY — The City of Greeley Heart Safe City Project and Greeley Fire Department will be offering free American Heart Association, Family & Friends CPR training to the citizens of Greeley and the Western Hills Fire Protection District. This is … Continue reading

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Greeley Building Code Open House This Thursday

GREELEY – The Greeley Building Inspections Division is holding an open house meeting on Thursday, August 30th from 12:00 noon – 1:30 p.m. at the City Hall Annex Building, 1100 10th Street, in the 4th Floor Conference Room concerning proposed … 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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Greeley Drinking Water Surpasses Government Standards

GREELEY — The latest version of Greeley’s Consumer Confidence Report is published each June, as required by federal law. It is an annual summary of the quality of drinking water treated and distributed by the City of Greeley. This year’s … 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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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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Mayor Tom Norton; married to UNC Prez and Monfort puppet…”THAT’S WHY!”

by Ms. Michelle E. Bellini – Gazette Reporter Rick Brady, the City Attorney, probably thought he would run a quick meeting to briefly review how new changes in state law would affect the city.  The agenda said the meeting would … 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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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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“This is one of the last things I want to do”-Mayor Lyle Achziger of Evans

By Vanessa Dominguez The city of Evans has 20,000 residents and only one fire station. That one station houses three fire trucks, two of which are aging and in need of replacement. The suggested expiration date for a fire truck … Continue reading

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Racquetball added to Funplex’s spring roster

Staff Reports The City of Greeley’s Leisure Services Department has added another option to their Adult Sports repertoire — Racquetball. The new spring racquetball league will begin March 14. Registration deadline will be February 27, late registration is February 28-March … Continue reading

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City with strictest gun control laws has most officers killed by gunfire

By Mike Bauman The City of Chicago has some of the most restrictive gun control laws in the nation.  Up until a few months ago, it was illegal for a private citizen to own or possess a handgun anywhere within … 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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