Aimee Freeland

Trade Missions and Conferences Keep Greeley Connected

NoCo Trade Mission Following a successful trip to Austin, Texas, in 2021, the same group of regional leaders traveled to Salt Lake City, Utah, for this year’s trade mission. Forty-five leaders from business and government throughout northern Colorado were part of this year’s delegation, including Economic Health and Housing Director Benjamin Snow and several other …

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City Supporting New Eastside Recreation Development

Earlier this fall, in advance of elections, the Greeley City Council approved the creation of a 128-acre park and recreation district in east Greeley that will dramatically increase the activities available in that part of the city. The formation of the district was made official following the election in November. The Ash Park and Recreation …

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Water Literate Leaders Prepare for 21st Century Decisions

Water is emerging as one of the most important and controversial subjects to be addressed in the 21st century, and water issues are particularly complex. Understanding the nuances is critical for good decision-making. Out of this desire to educate today’s leaders on water, Northern Colorado is growing a new crop of water-literate leaders. The Community Foundation …

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Greeley Construction & Development Activity Through November 2022

Greeley is growing. This table provides an overview of year-to-date permits, the number of units, and valuation. The table also provides year-to-year comparison percentages between 2021 and 2022. YDT 2022 YTD 2021 Total for 2021 2022 YTD – % of 2021 YTD 2022 YTD – % of 2021 Total Single-Family Permits Units Valuation 332 332 …

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Solving the Talent Equation at Workforce Symposium

The City of Greeley Economic Health & Housing Department and the Human Resources Department staff worked together to sponsor and attend the Workforce Symposium hosted at the Aims Community College Welcome Center. For the first time, the Workforce Symposium was hosted in Weld County! The event theme was “Solving the Talent Equation.” The agenda for …

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