Colorado Recruiting Zone - Greeley
- 2 golf courses
- Over 30 parks, including 145 acre Island Grove Regional Park
- Greeley’s original streets were named after trees, while avenues took names of U.S. presidents. Today, nearly 100% of city streets are numbered.
Arts & Culture
- The four distinct museums operated by the City of Greeley help residents and tourists alike explore the fascinating history of Greeley, Weld County and Colorado's High Plains.
- The Union Colony Civic Center provides Northern Colorado and the surrounding areas with a variety of the best local, regional and national entertainment from Broadway musicals, to comedy, concerts, dance, plays and more.
- Swift & Company
- North Colorado Medical Center
- State Farm Insurance Companies
- StarTek, Inc.
- Bonnell Good Samaritan Center
- Aims Community College
- In August 2010, Leprino Foods announced plans for a new $270 million factory in Greeley which could employ up to 500 people. Construction began in July 2010.
- Greeley offers business incentives such as a Sales and Use Tax rebate, a development fee waiver, a Personal Property Tax incentive, an Industrial Water Bank, FastTrack Permitting, tax increment financing, and an Aviation Development Zone.
The Greeley-Weld County Airport is located only 40 miles north of Denver, but outside of the Denver Class B Airspace. It is perfectly positioned to service the needs of all general and business aviation users.