As the waters rush into Greeley many questions arise like is the drinking water safe, what are the mandatory evacuations and what about the roads; it feels like Greeley is under attack. In many instances that is because it is!

City of Greeley

As of early this afternoon the city of Greeley is reporting the following important, need to know information:

SHELTERS:

  • Red Cross Shelter assisted over 51 people overnight, primarily residents of Evans. The shelter is not collecting donations at this time, the city is asking that you call 2-1-1 for information on donations. (The shelter is located at the Greeley Rec Center, 651 10th Ave)

ROAD CLOSURES:

Due to the fact that we are now getting more rain the road closure are extremely variable. Things are changing by the minute. We are keeping up a complete list of the road closures HERE and are updating it whenever we are informed that a road opens or closes.

WARNINGS:

  • Do NOT cross barricades
  • Stay clear of the rivers and waterways
  • The Poudre River Trail is closed through Greeley, do NOT use the trail

EVACUATIONS:

  • Mandatory evacuations are in place for the Spanish Colony and the River Park Mobile Home Park

WATER:

THE WATER IS SAFE TO DRINK IN GREELEY, There are no problems with any of the Greeley water systems. However there is a sewage problem in the city of Evans.