Greeley, Colorado

Welcome to Greeley! Greeley and Weld County are among the fastest growing areas in the nation and continually rank high on the list of best places to live. While the area has enjoyed growth over recent years, the city´s core values are unchanged. You are as likely to see a business suit as a cowboy hat in this western town.

Residents here enjoy easy access to arts and entertainment as well as outdoor recreation. The city´s main events include: The Greeley Independence Stampede, the largest 4th of July rodeo/festival in the nation; the Greeley Fiesta, celebrating the diversity of our people; and the Greeley Philharmonic, the oldest orchestra west of the Mississippi. There is something for everyone in Greeley!

City Website:
County: Weld
Elevation: 4664 ft
Square Miles (land): 46.55
Population: 100,883 (2015)
Male Population (%): 49.1
Female Population (%): 50.9%
Median Age: 28.5 years old
Median Household Income (2005-2009): $42,542
* Data pulled from U.S. Census unless otherwise indicated.

Location, Location, Location

Relatively Speaking
City Miles Minutes
Loveland 20.55 29
Fort Collins 29 35
Estes Park 49.40 73
Windsor 13.98 22
Boulder 54 62
Metro Denver 62.82 68
Cheyenne, WY 69.68 69
Wellington 36.94 40
Denver Int’l Airport 57.78 80

* Nearby Airports: The Fort Collins-Loveland Municipal Airport is conveniently located less than 30 miles away. The Denver International Airport is located just 57.78 miles south of Greeley.

Employment Resources

Greeley Chamber of Commerce
Employment Services of Weld County
Upstate Colorado


Weld County District 6
University of Northern Colorado
Aims Community College


Greeley, CO Weather Facts

  • Sunny, moderate, low-humidity, four season climate.
  • Annual Days of Sun: 340 days.
  • Annual precipitation: 13.74″
  • Annual snowfall: 33.7″
  • Average temperatures July: Avg. High 89°F / Low 59°F.
  • Average temperatures January: High 40°F / Low 16°F.