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Greeley City Councilmembers
Greeley City Council are elected officials at the head of City government. Because the councilmembers are elected officials, residents have the power to alter and affect who is in charge of our City government.
Greeley City Council meets at 6:30 p.m. on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month in the City Center Building at 1001 11th Avenue. This meeting is open to the public, and you can even address Greeley City Council directly during a public input portion of the meeting. Anyone who is there can speak during this time. If you have input but are not going to be able to attend, you can still submit comment by letter or email. To learn more about Greeley City Council meetings (along with all other City board, committee and commission meetings) click here.
In addition to City Council meetings, Greeley City Council also holds worksessions twice a month. Worksessions are also open to the public, though public input is not usually accepted. Worksessions take place the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month at 5:00 p.m. in the Greeley City Council Chambers located at the City Center Building, 1001 11th Avenue.
On Greeley City Council's webpage, you'll find a way to access live and archived Greeley City Council meetings dating back to 2012. All City Council meetings are streamed live and posted online in the link below. Also in the link below, you will be able to access prior and up coming agendas for Greeley City Council meetings, as well as information on Greeley City Council worksessions.
Greeley City Manager's Work Program
The Greeley City Manager's office institutes a City Manager's Work Program which relies on priorities, guidance and performance measures handed down by Greeley City Council on an annual basis. The program is instrumental in leading the Greeley government in its day-to-day and longterm direction.