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Forbes Magazine ranks the Greeley area 57th in the U.S. for its "Best Places for Business and Careers List" and number one in the nation for income growth.
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With the expansive prairie out one door and the towering Rocky Mountains out the other, Greeley is a city of unlikely combinations that complement each other beautifully. Experience the best of the contemporary West in a place where you can feel equally comfortable in a cowboy hat or a business suit; where you can explore miles of wide-open prairie or pristine forest and get back in time for the symphony. Attend university lectures one day and the local rodeo the next. Enjoy a balance of economic stability and cultural diversity. Leisurely if you want it to be, fast-paced when you are ready for adventure, our city accommodates both with an easy charm.
The Greeley area delights visitors and residents with its cultural, historical and artistic endeavors. Greeley has an incredibly large and diverse offering of arts and cultural events, from community theatre to nationally acclaimed productions and a myriad of art galleries and museums, which contribute to the rich quality of life of Greeley and surrounding areas.
Cache La Poudre River - National Heritage Area
The Cache la Poudre River is the heart of the National Heritage Area which follows the Poudre downstream for 45 miles. National Heritage Areas (NHAs) are designated by Congress as places where natural, cultural, and historic resources combine to form a cohesive, nationally important landscape. Congress designated the Cache la Poudre River National Heritage Area “to provide for the interpretation ... of the unique and significant contributions to our national heritage of cultural and historical lands, waterways, and structures.” The Poudre River area received designation because of its significant contribution to the development of water law in the western United States and the evolution of highly complex water delivery systems. The Heritage Area extends for 45 miles and includes the lands within the 100-year flood plain of the Cache la Poudre River. It begins in Larimer County at the eastern edge of the Roosevelt National Forest and ends east of Greeley, ¼ miles west of the confluence with the South Platte.