Featured Events

 

Jul
27
Tue
Greeley City Council Work Session @ City Council Chambers
Jul 27 @ 6:00 pm

City Council work sessions occur on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month at 6 p.m.

Public input is not taken during these meetings.

Council Hybrid Meetings

Greeley City Council’s hybrid meeting model means anyone can attend the meeting in person or use one of several virtual options to watch or participate. Greeley City Council is committed to increasing accessibility and transparency and all council meetings will take place via a hybrid model.

This model allows for physical attendance at the meeting and virtual participation through the City’s Zoom webinar platform. Community members can find detailed instructions on how to view and participate in meetings, including Zoom webinar links for virtual attendance, on the first page of each City Council meeting agenda packet.

The city’s meeting portal is the community’s one-stop place for all city meeting agendas, minutes, and archived videos. Access the meeting portal by clicking the “Enter City Meeting Portal” button below.

Previous meetings can also be viewed on-demand.

Jul
28
Wed
12th Street Outfall Open House Meeting @ Charlie and Laura Archibeque Park
Jul 28 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Earlier this year, city staff started designing a new storm drainage facility in the Sunrise neighborhood – along the Cache la Poudre River near 10th Street and U.S. 85.

City officials invite the community to attend a special open house from 6-8 p.m., July 28, at Charlie and Laura Archibeque Park, 325 12th St., to help guide this project’s design.

This important and exciting project will become the first phase of a larger plan over the next decade to create an underground storm drain outfall system – where extra water in the streets can safely go to the river. Right now, this project is in the preliminary stage – officials do not plan to start construction until late 2022. Future phases could extend the storm drain through downtown by way of 12th Street.

In order to make significant quality-of-life and safety improvements and help reduce flooding and property damage in the city’s downtown and neighboring areas, this project must come first. The outfall project could include designing a water quality pond, public art, river restoration, and a potential new segment of the Poudre Trail.

A few months ago, city staff started working with a design company to analyze different options and develop a possible vision for the project. As a part of that work, city staff need feedback from residents and property owners in the neighborhood to help shape the final project.

For more information, contact Stormwater Engineer Andrew Fisher at 970-350-9797 or andrew.fisher@greeleygov.com.

Jul
30
Fri
Centennial Village Museum at the Weld County Fair @ Centennial Village Museum
Jul 30 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

To celebrate the Weld County Fair, visitors can tour Centennial Village Museum for the special low admission price of just $4/person for ages 3 and older. Children 2 and under are free.

Opened during the nation’s bicentennial in 1976, Centennial Village Museum preserves and interprets American western heritage in the Colorado high plains region over the last 150 years. Experience the Weld County western frontier and tour some of Weld County’s oldest structures, which are located in the museum, or you can visit the heritage farm animals. Either way, step into the past and enjoy a tour of Centennial Village Museum!

For information about the Weld County Fair, visit weldcountyfair.com.

Neighborhood Nights: Rango @ East Memorial Park
Jul 30 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Since its creation in 1996, Neighborhood Nights has been one of Greeley’s most fun summertime rituals. A free event, Neighborhood Nights gives you the perfect excuse to head out to one of our beautiful community parks, stake out a patch of grass with lawn chairs or blankets, and enjoy a wonderful movie shot on an inflatable screen.

These alfresco theaters bring back memories of drive-ins and provide a great gathering space for people from all walks of life. Why spend another Friday night in front of the TV when you can be outside enjoying a balmy Colorado evening with friends and family watching a favorite flick under the stars?

The featured movie for the evening is:

Rango (PG) 2011
Rango is an ordinary chameleon who accidentally winds up in the town of Dirt, a lawless outpost in the Wild West in desperate need of a new sheriff.

 

Neighborhood Nights 2021 Schedule

Things to Know

  • Take part in summer fun and games hosted by the CPRD’s Recreation Staff starting at 7pm!
  • Worried about mosquitoes? Don’t let them spoil your fun! To help, each park location is sprayed prior to the event and sponsors have cans of insect repellent available for your use.
  • Films begin at dusk and are shown and closed captioned in English
  • Glass containers and dogs (except service dogs) are not allowed in Greeley parks.
  • Call 970-350-9406 for information.
Jul
31
Sat
Greeley Farmers’ Market @ Union Pacific Depot
Jul 31 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

2021 Greeley Farmers’ Market

Market Day is Saturday: Greeley Farmers' MarketGreeley’s Farmers’ Market will open the outdoor season at the Depot, 902 7th Ave. on May 15, 2021, from 8 a.m. – noon and will be every week through October 30, 2021. This year we will have more vendors than in 2021. There will still be some safety measures in place. These include face masks highly encouraged and one-directional traffic flow through the market with a different look and feel this summer. Visitors should look for and follow signage indicating the main entrance and exit to create one-way traffic through the market.

We look forward to seeing some returning and new vendors. At the peak of the summer market, we anticipate having as many as 50 vendors. Entertainment will resume and our Master Gardeners will be present to give valuable gardening advice. Remember: MARKET DAY IS SATURDAY!

Visit greeleygov.com/fm for additional information.  Follow the Greeley Farmers’ Market on Facebook or Instagram.

Centennial Village Museum at the Weld County Fair @ Centennial Village Museum
Jul 31 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

To celebrate the Weld County Fair, visitors can tour Centennial Village Museum for the special low admission price of just $4/person for ages 3 and older. Children 2 and under are free.

Opened during the nation’s bicentennial in 1976, Centennial Village Museum preserves and interprets American western heritage in the Colorado high plains region over the last 150 years. Experience the Weld County western frontier and tour some of Weld County’s oldest structures, which are located in the museum, or you can visit the heritage farm animals. Either way, step into the past and enjoy a tour of Centennial Village Museum!

For information about the Weld County Fair, visit weldcountyfair.com.