Welcome to Greeley, Colorado!
Perfectly situated on the high plains with panoramic views of the Rocky Mountains, Greeley offers a small town feel with big city attractions and entertainment. Visit Greeley also offers complete conference planning services if you need help planning a retreat, reunion, professional meeting or an event!
Explore our site and be prepared for some pleasant surprises. Then, come see us! We’ll welcome you with a friendly greeting and an abundance of things to do.
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Weld County Fair
July 24 – July 29
Celebrating 101 Years of Fun in 2019! The Weld County Fair is an annual free event held the last week in July. The fair is open to the public and boasts a variety of displays and contests. The fair gives the youth and adults of Weld County an opportunity to exhibit their skills in a wide variety of areas including agriculture, livestock, natural resources, engineering, consumer and family, fine arts, horticulture and family living. Visit the Weld County Fair website for more information!
Greeley Arts Picnic
July 27 – July 28
Greeley’s annual Arts Picnic which is July 27 and 28, welcomes thousands each year to celebrate visual, performing, and culinary arts in historic Lincoln Park. The event is filled with one-of-a-kind hand-made arts and crafts, a food court full of mouth-watering treats, some of the best local and regional performers on two stages, a beer garden, and “Creation Station” for pint-sized Picassos and mini-Mozarts! It’s a feast of fun for everyone! Presented by City of Greeley. Sponsored by John Elway Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram, Flood and Peterson, Credit Union of Colorado, Renewel by Andersen, The Tribune, and The Women’s Clinic of Northern Colorado! Visit the Arts Picnic website for more information!
What You May Not Know About Greeley
- Greeley was one of the first planned communities in the country.
- We’re located mid-way between Denver and Cheyenne, WY at the confluence of Cache la Poudre and South Platte Rivers.
- Northeastern Colorado, including Greeley, was the setting for James Michener’s “Centennial.”
- Greeley has a state-designated Creative District.
- The first Go-Cup District in Colorado exists in downtown Greeley.
- Greeley had the first Director of Culture in the U.S.
- Since 1964, Weld County has ranked within the top ten agricultural production counties in the nation.