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Greeley is a town in northern Colorado, approximately an hour north of Denver and an hour east of the Rocky Mountains. According to 2006 Census Bureau estimates, the population of Greeley is 98,596. Greeley is home to the University of Northern Colorado, with a student population of approximately 13,000. The most well-known event in the town is the annual Greeley Independence Stampede, which attracts an estimated 400,000 attendees every summer.

Get in

Greeley is accessible from I-25 from the north or south, via "HWY 34". Upon reaching Greeley's westernmost border with Johnstown, the road splits into "HWY 34" which bisects the city east and west along the Southwest Greeley Business Center or to "HWY 34 business route" which turns into 10th street that runs east to 10th avenue and the Weld County Courthouse.

The dangerous East Side is also accessible north through Eaton, Ault and eventually, Cheyenne, WY and from the South through Platteville, Peckham, and Brighton on "HWY 85".

Get around

Transportation in Greeley is car-focused, although there is a fairly robust bus system, and in the university area biking and walking are feasible alternatives.


Greeley Downtown


Union Colony Civic Center

University of Northern Colorado

Union Colony Dinner Theatre

Greeley Independence Stampede

The Kress Cinema and Lounge


The Greeley Mall



The Island Grill

3 Margaritas

The Rio

The Armadillo

The Hobknobber




The Egg & I


Margie's Java Joint

Your Place Coffee

Patrick's Irish Pub

The Crabtree Brewery



Get out

Routes through Greeley
GranbyLoveland  W noframe E  LairdFort Morgan
CheyenneEaton  N noframe S  BrightonDenver

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