Greeley Recreation News
June 15, 2017 – (Greeley, CO) – The Rockies Skills Challenge hosted by the Culture, Parks, and Recreation Department on Saturday June 10th saw 16 participants at Broadview Park in Greeley. Area youth competed in three different baseball challenges demonstrating their abilities in hitting, base running and throwing. The Rockies Skills Challenge allows boys and girls ages 6 to 13 the opportunity to showcase their talents in these three skill areas with scores based on distance, speed and accuracy. The individuals that placed in their age group for each event will go on to compete at Sectionals in Windsor, CO on Sunday, July 16 at Chimney Park #1, Aaron Cook Field, located at 200 E. Chestnut Street, at 1pm.
June 6, 2017 – (Greeley, CO) – Each year the Culture, Parks and Recreation Department with the City of Greeley in conjunction with the Colorado Rockies host the Rockies/CPRA Baseball Skills Challenge. Area youth, both boys and girls, age 6-13 (as of December 31, 2017) will have the opportunity to showcase their talents in three baseball skills: running, throwing and batting demonstrating their abilities with scores based on distance, speed and accuracy. This year’s event will be held Saturday, June 10 at Broadview Park, located at 600 28th Avenue in Greeley, between 10am and 12pm and is free and open to anyone to attend.
Rockies Skills Challenge
June 2, 2017 – (Greeley, CO) – Mountain View Skating Club (MVSC) will be hosting their annual Front Range Invitational Saturday, June 3 with sixty-five skaters attending from ten different skating clubs. The event will be held at the Greeley Ice Haus, home to MVSC. “Each year participants come from all over the Front Range to compete and show off their skills” stated Amanda Gustafson, Greeley Ice Haus Manager, “it’s really a lot of fun to watch.”
May 31, 2017 (Greeley, CO) – Leprino Foods generously supports the Rodarte Community Center’s Boxing Program with a $5,000 sponsorship. Participants in the program were presented a check for $2,500 last week during one of their sparring sessions. Boxers from the Rodarte Community Center Boxing Program will have new uniforms to wear and belts for their annual Boxing Smoker (that will be presented to individuals that win their bouts in the tournament this fall).
May 19, 2017 (Greeley, CO) – As we mark the beginning of summer this Memorial Day, why not do something fun that the whole family will enjoy? The City of Greeley’s Culture, Parks and Recreation Department will be opening their two outdoor pools and two splash parks on Monday, May 29. The Greeley Recreation Center, Family FunPlex and Greeley Ice Haus will be open for swimming, ice skating, rock climbing, you name it! So there’s no excuse not to come out and play with us! Please note, the Greeley Senior Activity Center (1010 6th St) and the Rodarte Community Center (920 A St) will be closed in observance of the holiday.
May 18, 2017 (Greeley, CO) – Boxers from the Rodarte Community Center Boxing Program, Joey Sanchez, Dakota Rhine and Jay Rhine, competed in the 2017 State Junior Olympics, and placed first in their weight divisions. The event was held on Saturday, May 13 and Sunday, May 14 at the House of Pain Boxing Club, located at 2525 S. Decatur, also known as the College View Recreation Center in Denver, Colorado.
April 11, 2017 (Greeley, CO) – Tom Norton, Mayor of the City of Greeley, presented plaques to individuals and groups that won this year’s National Youth Service Day Awards (NYSDA) Tuesday, April 4th at a City Council meeting. Many of the students recognized had gone above and beyond providing community service in the Greeley area.
April 11, 2017 (Greeley, CO) – The Greeley Ice Haus will be hosting their annual Bunny Hop Skate on Saturday, April 15 from 12-1:30pm. Be sure to bring your family and friends to enjoy a public skate session at a discounted price — admission is just $5 (including skate rental)! Kids will receive treats and get to take photos with the Easter Bunny!
GREELEY, CO — City of Greeley Parks Superintendent Eric Bloomer received the 2016 Parks Professional of the Year award from the Colorado Parks and Recreation Association at its annual conference on Thursday, September 22.
October 6, 2015 – (Greeley, CO) – There were more than seventy area youth that showed up at Monfort Park on Saturday, September 24 to take part in the NFL Punt, Pass & Kick (PP&K) competition hosted by the City of Greeley’s Culture, Parks and Recreation Department. The annual event brought enthusiasm and tons of smiles as kids signed up to try their hand at the longest punt, farthest throw and the lengthiest kick. Scores are added together and the participants that took first place in their age bracket will move on to Sectionals.
October is upon us and fall is definitely in the air in Northern Colorado! After a host of 90 degree days over the summer, the cooler temps are more than welcome. These slightly chillier days often have people snuggled up inside with a pumpkin spice latte. It’s a...read more
Congratulations to Benjamin Tovar for winning the PDC Energy Sports Champion of the Month! Benjamin Tovar has been a soccer coach with the City of Greeley’s Culture, Parks and Recreation Department for over 15 years. He began coaching mighty mites when his oldest...read more
Congratulations to Jonah Fanning for winning the PDC Energy Sports Champion of the Month! Jonah Fanning is an 8th grade middle schooler at Frontier Academy. Fanning began his soccer career at the age of 4, competing in Greeley’s Culture, Parks and Recreation...read more
The Rocky Mountain Senior Games (RMSG) kick-off June 8-12 in Greeley. This year at the Games, we'll be honoring a Colorado Athlete that has previously competed in swimming during the event. Tom McAdam, 60, from Greenwood Village, Colorado began competing in the Games...read more
Mandi Dorris Coach, NASM Personal Trainer, Healthways SilverSneakers® Specialties: Weight Loss, Circuit Training, Senior Fitness, Women’s Fitness, Strength Training, Speed and Agility, Balance and Flexibility. Mandi Dorris has been actively involved in attending and...read more
The future of our community, our state and our nation depend upon the way we raise and support young people to handle the affairs of tomorrow. It is the duty of all parents, citizens and youth organizations to develop a proper attitude among the young people in our...read more
Did you know that the City of Greeley implemented an employee bike library in 2013? Twenty bicycles were purchased with grant funding sponsored by, our community partner, Kaiser Permanente. With the assistance of City of Greeley Employees, who have volunteered their...read more
This time of year you want to be sure you’re staying active and fit…especially with all the holiday parties you’ll be attending. There are some great recreation facilities here in Greeley to help you do just that! The Family FunPlex (located at 1501 65th Ave) offers a...read more
The City of Greeley’s Culture, Parks and Recreation program offers a wide variety of opportunities including Adaptive Recreation. Adaptive Recreation is the concept of offering people with disabilities the opportunity to participate in recreational activities. The...read more
It’s recommended that you change the batteries in your home smoke detectors at least twice a year. A good rule of thumb is to check smoke alarms when you change times for day light savings in the spring and fall. Many house fires can be prevented by having working...read more