City of Greeley’s Culture, Parks and Recreation Department Information Portal

Opportunities for fun abound in the City of Greeley! From Northern Colorado’s premier performing arts center to Greeley’s robust Public Art Program to its many museums, parks, recreation facilities, festivals and cultural events, Greeley has something for everyone.

The City of Greeley is proud to be a 2018 NRPA Gold Medal Finalist. CHECK OUT OUR VIDEO!

Bittersweet Park Improvements

The City of Greeley is looking for public input into improvements at Bittersweet Park, 16 St. and 35 Ave. Benefits for this project will primarily consist of social and economic considerations focused on reducing water consumption, increasing vegetation diversity and habitat value, and improving park amenities as the project budget allows.

East Memorial Neighborhood improvement plan

The Colorado Health Foundation recently awarded the City of Greeley a $1.1 million grant for their East Memorial Neighborhood improvement plan. This 3-year grant foresees to help develop a 17-acre grassy lot that sits undeveloped, into a community and child-led adventure play area in an effort to bring improved recreational opportunities to families in the East Memorial neighborhood. The Foundation’s Healthy Places initiative helps support the development of communities throughout the state into thriving healthy environments for families.

Greeley Skateparks Upgrade

Check the 3D renderings and give us your opinion one last time.

Cache la Poudre Youth Inspire Initiative

In 2016, the City of Greeley Parks Division engaged several local youth to help gather and analyze public input on its parks and trails. The youth, along with the Poudre Learning Center, Greeley/Evans School District 6, Colorado Youth Outdoors, the Poudre Heritage Alliance and the Weld County Department of Public Health, held several planning meetings throughout the area and summarized their findings into a final report. This summary will be a resource for future outdoor recreational planning.


A variety of recreation and aquatic facilities and programmed activities help Greeley’s residents stay active and engaged.

Youth Enrichment

Engaging Greeley’s youth with a safe, fun and friendly learning environment that boasts academic success.

Natural Areas

Greeley has over 20 natural areas encompass 900 acres with nearly 27 miles of paved and soft path trails available for public recreation.

Public Art

Greeley’s Public Art Program celebrates artistic expression as a way of applauding our community’s cultural identity.

Island Grove

Island Grove Regional Park is a 145 acre multi-use events complex that hosts several family friendly events throughout the year.


It’s nice to know that wherever you are in the city, you’ll be close to a park.


Golfers of all experience levels enjoy Greeley’s two scenic golf courses: Boomerang Links and Highland Hills.


Four museums that preserve, interpret and share northeastern Colorado’s history.

Union Colony Civic Center

Northern Colorado’s premier performing arts center.