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The Elevation Effect

In September, Greeley’s economic development leadership attended the Site Selectors Conference, an annual event in which the Metro Denver EDC brings prominent economic development leaders to the area to both scope out its attributes and offer assessments of its strengths and weaknesses. During the event, a new regional brand was launched to share the way …

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LINC Breaks Ground

The High Plains Library District recently held a ground-breaking for the new LINC (Library Innovation Center). The former Greeley Tribune site and building has been purchased by the district and is now under redevelopment and will be repurposed as their flagship library in downtown Greeley. $31M (Acquisition and Redevelopment costs) 48,000 SF will be Expanded …

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Greeley Featured in Innovation & Tech Today Magazine

Greeley is featured in the Fall 2021 issue of Innovation & Tech Today in a story entitled “This is Where America Prototypes”. The story highlights Greeley and Weld County as they continue to provide the structural, innovation, and development backbone for some of America’s most critical industries including agriculture and natural energy development. The story also features several …

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Leadership Northern Colorado Holds Graduation for the ‘Pandemic Class’ of 2020-2021

The eleventh Leadership Northern Colorado (LNC) class recently completed their pandemic expanded program and LNC alumni and the public were invited to celebrate the class accomplishments and to learn more about leadership at a breakfast event at Windsong Event Center in Severance featuring Josh Packard, executive director of Springtide Research Institute and former sociology professor …

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NoCo REDI wins International Economic Development Council Award

Greeley is a proud member of the Northern Colorado Regional Economic Development Initiative (NoCo REDI), a regional collaboration that recently won a bronze Excellence in Economic Development Award from the International Economic Development Council. The award recognizes the strong partnerships, collaboration, data dissemination, communication, and regional marketing initiatives among NoCo REDI’s partners throughout Weld and …

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Greeley Construction & Development Activity Through October

YTD 2021 YTD 2020 Single Family Permits Units Valuation 124 124 $40,619,553 62 62 $15,773,973 Multi-Family Permits Units Valuation 250 610 $104,172,065 37 160 $18,504,308 Commercial Permits Valuation 23 $147,857,534 16 $9,104,491 Looking for deeper insight? The City’s Community Development Department maintains current and historical construction and planning reports online.  Find them here: Monthly Construction …

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COVID-Associated American Rescue Plan

The City of Greeley received $1,481,453 in grant funds from the COVID-Associated American Rescue Plan (ARP). The ARP provided $5 billion, distributed to 651 states and cities across the nation, to assist individuals or households who are homeless, at risk of homelessness, and other vulnerable populations, by providing housing, rental assistance, supportive services, and non-congregate …

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Business Retention & Expansion Update

2021 Business Retention & Expansion visits are underway! As our office continues to build relationships with Greeley’s primary employers within our target industry sectors, we learn vital information regarding industry trends and ways we can support the growth of individual businesses. During the months of August and September, we visited nearly 40 Greeley businesses either …

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Greeley Construction & Development Activity Through September

YTD 2021 YTD 2020 Single Family Permits Units Valuation 113 113 $36,478,816 60 60 $15,318,920 Multi-Family Permits Units Valuation 238 598 $101,085,298 37 160 $18,504,308 Commercial Permits Valuation 21 $141,240,728 16 $9,104,491 Looking for deeper insight? The City’s Community Development Department maintains current and historical construction and planning reports online. View Monthly Construction Reports View …

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