Sep
21
Tue
Greeley City Council Meeting @ City Council Chambers
Sep 21 @ 6:00 pm

Regular City Council meetings occur on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month at 6 p.m.

Residents can submit input, comments, and questions via email to cityclerks@greeleygov.com any time up to and throughout the meeting. Written comments may also be submitted via US Mail (1000 10th Street Greeley, Colorado 80631) for the open comment period at the beginning of the meeting regarding any topic not already on the agenda, or for any public hearing.

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.

Sep
23
Thu
History Brown Bag: Sixteen Years on the Great American Desert @ Greeley History Museum
Sep 23 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

The Historic Preservation Commission sponsors the History Brown Bag program. The topic of the September 23 event is about Union Colony settler Anna M. Green. Noel and Linda Johnston are the presenters for this event.

“Sixteen Years on the Great American Desert: The Trials and Triumphs of a Frontier Life”
This presentation by the Johnstons is an adaptation of “Sixteen Years on the Great American Desert: The Trials and Triumphs of a Frontier Life” from the book of that name by  Anna M. Green, an original Union Colony settler.  Anna lived here with her husband William and family from 1870 to 1886, and after several years of absence, until William’s death in 1899 and Anna’s passing in 1913. Mrs. Green, known affectionately as “Annie” by her husband and friends, moved here from Franklin, Pennsylvania. William had heard New York Tribune editor Horace Greeley’s call to “Go west, young man, and grow up with the country,” and though Annie was hesitant to leave lush and verdant Franklin for the dry and prickly unknown plains of Colorado, come she did.

Most of what Annie says in the following presentation are words taken directly from her book.

To learn more about Greeley’s Historic Preservation Program, please visit greeleygov.com/hp.

Sep
28
Tue
Greeley City Council Work Session @ City Council Chambers
Sep 28 @ 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.

Oct
1
Fri
Better Together: Billie Martinez Neighborhood Celebration @ Hoshiko Park (east of the Rodarte Community Center)
Oct 1 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Celebrate the Billie Martinez Neighborhood!

Join us for the Billie Martinez Neighborhood Celebration on October 1. Area residents, agencies, and businesses host this event at Hoshiko Park. The park is just east of the Rodarte Community Center. Don’t miss the fun from 4 to 6 p.m.

This free event includes food, drinks, games, and special guests.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oct
5
Tue
Greeley City Council Meeting @ City Council Chambers
Oct 5 @ 6:00 pm

Regular City Council meetings occur on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month at 6 p.m.

Residents can submit input, comments, and questions via email to cityclerks@greeleygov.com any time up to and throughout the meeting. Written comments may also be submitted via US Mail (1000 10th Street Greeley, Colorado 80631) for the open comment period at the beginning of the meeting regarding any topic not already on the agenda, or for any public hearing.

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.

Oct
12
Tue
Greeley City Council Work Session @ City Council Chambers
Oct 12 @ 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.