Thank you Greeley voters for supporting Measure 2I – Greeley’s Infrastructure Tax. This funding provides your city with much of the necessary funding to immediately continue supporting parks, recreation facilities, streets and other critical infrastructure. Thank you for investing in your city. Keep an eye on the city’s website for periodic updates about how this funding is being used. The Citizens Budget Advisory Committee monitors this funding and ensures local accountability.
BiddingOwl – Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra Auction
The Festival of Trees online auction is live at https://bit.ly/2020FestivalOfTreesAuction with proceeds benefitting the Union Colony Civic Center and the Greeley Philharmonic Guild.
Online Silent Auction to benefit the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra Guild and Union Colony Civic Center kicks off TODAY at NOON! Please support this local treasure, by doing a little holiday shopping online, today through December 11th at midnight! From gnomes, to Dept.56 collectible items, to Bruce Springsteen, shop for LIVE douglas & frasier fir wreaths, all available through this auction link! It’s time to do some shopping! 😁🥳🤩🧐😍😆🤓🤪😜😘
The annual Festival of Trees silent auction will be held online this year with numerous holiday items up for bid. Proceeds will support the Union Colony Civic Center and the Greeley Philharmonic Guild.
GRC Open Gym Schedule | Greeley Rec
We have some new drop-in activities starting today at the Greeley Recreation Center – indoor soccer, basketball and of course, pickleball. Sign up for a day & time slot to visit and play your favorite sport! https://greeleyrec.com/program/open-gym-schedule/
Currently we offer the following drop-in activities in our two gymnasiums. The City reminds everyone that current state and CDC-recommended hygiene and social distancing still apply at the Greeley Recreation Center. Masks are required in the facility. Visitors should bring adequate water and hand sa…
Residents and community members are invited to a virtual workshop for the Natural Areas, Trails, and Open Lands “Get Outdoors Greeley” plan.
•English language virtual workshop: Thursday, Dec. 3, at 4:30 p.m.
•Spanish language virtual workshop, Friday, Dec. 11, at 6 p.m.
•Spanish language virtual workshop Saturday, Dec. 12, at 2 p.m. https://bit.ly/GreeleyOutdoors3.
Community members can review the draft plan online and provide comments at greeleygov.com/NaturalAreas. The website allows community members to add comments and view concerns, aspirations, and feedback from others. Anyone who wants to submit a comment must do so by Dec. 13.
Learn more at https://greeleygov.com/…/officials-seek-public-feedback-on-….
[📷 by Linda Kolba]
Greeley’s natural areas are places where visitors can connect to nature in an up close and personal way. Spend the day on a bike touring the Poudre trail. Watch birds and deer along the river. Stroll through a quiet cottonwood forest with your best two or four-legged friends.
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