Greeley is at the epicenter of a world-class agribusiness and food manufacturing hub within Weld County — an agricultural empire encompassing 2.5 million acres of the richest land in the U.S. east of the Rocky Mountains.
The construction industry has deep roots in Greeley where several top-tier companies have chosen to base operations and call home.
From primary to collegiate levels, Greeley is home to a diverse education sector with a 24% higher industry concentration than the national average.
Greeley is located at the center of the Denver-Julesburg (DJ) Basin; a second-tier production region ranking fifth in oil and sixth in natural gas nationally.
With two major hospital systems in the community, Greeley is proving to be a favorable location for health care companies to grow and develop greater specialization.
Professional Services is a large, diverse and growing sector in Greeley with a workforce of over 5,500 and wages in the mid $60,000’s.
Greeley has something for everyone with rich cultural diversity, a variety of housing options, low tax rates, excellent educational opportunities, and a high quality workforce. Being a vibrant community means steady growth, great schools and neighborhoods, and an array of shopping and dining choices.
The High Plains Library District (HPLD) continues to make significant progress on the new Library and Innovation Center (LINC) at 501 8th Avenue in downtown Greeley. HPLD began construction at…
Immaculata Plaza, a housing project serving the needs of seniors, has recently broken ground on a significant expansion of its Greeley facility. Located on land previously owned by the Greeley…
Greeley’s hospitality sector has rebounded nicely from the COVID-19 pandemic, enjoying some of the highest occupancy rates along Colorado’s front range. The good news continues with two new hotel projects…