There are many opportunities to participate in events and programs in Greeley!
We need people to help with youth and senior outings. If you have a good driving record and would like to help provide transportation by driving a City vehicle on trips for our program participants, you can call 970-350-9400 for details or download application.
We are always looking for assistance in youth sports. If you would be interested in being a coach for a particular sport, call 970-350-9445 for more information or download the Volunteer Application below.
The Senior Center is always looking for volunteers! Please call 970-350-9440 for more information or fill out a volunteer application listed below if you would like to be a part of our team.
Please submit completed Volunteer Applications to the following facilities:
Greeley Recreation Center
651 10th Avenue
Greeley, CO 80631
Greeley Active Adult Center
1010 6th Street
Greeley, CO 80631
Greeley Family FunPlex
1501 65th Avenue
Greeley, CO 80634
Greeley Recreation has a number of opportunities to learn about what we do.
If you are interested in participating in an internship with us, contact our Program Manager for more information at 970-350-9437.
We have several internships available in these areas of study:
- Adaptive and Inclusive Recreation
- Facility Operations
- Youth and Adult Sports
As well as at these facilities:
- Active Adult Center
- Greeley Ice Haus
- Rodarte Community Center
Download our Internship packet for more information.
What better way to advertise than with us? We have many options for advertising and sponsorship. All of our opportunities are listed below.
Contact Advertising Sales
for more information at
From our incredible indoor waterpark, River Run mini golf, softball complex and fitness areas, to mass registrations and building rentals, there’s nothing in all of Northern Colorado quite like the Greeley Family FunPlex! With such a regional draw, your business can reach a whole new market.
Advertising opportunities abound at this diverse complex
Center court scoreboard
Side court scoreboard
Center court logo
Side court logo
Lobby board sign
River Run Adventure miniature golf course
Twin Rivers Softball Complex
Vending machine wrap
Greeley Ice Haus
The Greeley Ice Haus is Northern Colorado’s premier indoor ice arena. The addition to Greeley’s historic downtown was carefully designed so that its exterior facade reflects strong, rich traditional architecture while enclosing a state-of-the-art operation.
The Ice Haus attracts approximately 150,000 people per year with the added benefit of extra exposure from special tournaments, events and promotions.
Extensive exposure includes
Public skating sessions (1,500-2,000 attendees per month!)
Youth hockey league teams
Adult hockey league teams
Parents and families of league players
Coaches and officials
College hockey teams & spectators
Meeting room guests
Elementary through High School students at special skating sessions
Ice Show participants & spectators
Skate School participants
Advertising opportunities include
Center Ice Logo (one available)
Other In-Ice Logos (limited availability)
Ice resurfacer (Zamboni)*
Lobby board sign
* 2 year contracts. Does not include production costs.
The Recreation Connection is a publication printed three times a year and includes information on youth and adult sports, programs, classes and special events offered by the City of Greeley’s Culture, Parks and Recreation Department. With low rates, it is a great alternative for advertisers trying to boost their business. Over 13,500 copies are distributed with each issue to nearly 100 businesses, schools and libraries throughout Greeley. An interactive PDF of the Recreation Connection is also available online and boasts over 100,000 unique views per edition.
For more information, view our Media Guide.
Rates do not include design costs.
Advertising spaces in City publications and facilities are not a public forum. The Department reserves the right to edit advertising for content and to decline advertising contracts based on available advertising space, advertising product, ad copy and graphics.
All ad copy and graphics must be approved by the Department prior to production. If an advertisement is declined by the Department, the advertiser will have 48 hours to re-submit the ad.
If the City has, or will acquire, naming rights to a City facility, such naming rights may impact the ability of a competitive advertiser to advertise in that City facility and in areas associated directly with that facility.
Advertising rules and regulations apply.
Limited space available, don’t miss out! Spaces are reserved on a first come, first served basis.
Ways to Give
Partnerships and Sponsorships
The Recreation Division has been fortunate to work with many wonderful partners that help us reach so many of our goals. Our Partners and Sponsors receive both tangible benefits as well as the reward of supporting the local community by improving the quality of life for Greeley residents.
As a business or organization we realize that you may be looking for opportunities that enhance your corporate image while offering something of value for your organization and staff. We have many options to do this within the Recreation Division. Each opportunity provides a unique way to connect with the community.
Event specific sponsorships (e.g. Father Daughter Dance, Discovery Bay Doggie Days)
Group sponsorships (Youth and Adult Sports)
Just to name a few!
Our goal is to establish closer relationships with companies in the area. Partners & Sponsors will receive a tailored package to meet your specific needs. The Recreation Division has built many positive relationships with many corporate and small business partners.
Each Partnership and Sponsorship extends for a full year. The value is negotiable.
The Recreation Division of the Culture, Parks, and Recreation Department has been fortunate to receive a variety of gifts and donations over the years. We appreciate your support; we couldn’t have done it without you!
Why consider Planned Giving?
Many groups, organizations, and individuals often look for a way to give back to their community. Your support is a meaningful investment in your hometown that allows us to bring life to the community.
Reasons you may choose to give back may include:
Memory of a loved one
Celebration of a special event
Community and civic pride
Service club obligation
There are many ways that Planned Giving can benefit both large and small projects that are happening each year here in Greeley. The Recreation Division strives to provide excellent customer service at their facilities, as well as classes and programs that benefit residents of all ages, with the goal to help enhance your quality of life.
What are some ways these gifts are used?
Sponsor a specific event
Provide program equipment
Upkeep of facility grounds
All gifts are tax deductible.
Youth Assistance Fund
The Youth Assistance Program is available for families that have financial hardship and would still like to have the opportunity for their child to participate in City of Greeley Recreation Programs. The Greeley Culture, Parks and Recreation Department raises money through a variety of sponsorships and donations for the Youth Assistance Program. As long as there are funds available, we will accommodate all qualified requests.
Qualification Process and Information:
- Participants must be Greeley residents and provide a letter of qualification issued by Weld County School District 6 for the Free and Reduced Lunch Program. A copy of this letter must be provided for each child. Greeley student applications, those attending other schools or homeschooled will be looked at on a case-by-case basis.
- Once qualification is confirmed, each child can utilize a $75 scholarship toward registration costs for youth programs. Contact us for a list of included programs.
- The Youth Assistance Program scholarship program will expire on December 31 annually.
- The Youth Assistance Program cannot be used towards any membership, pass or daily fee.
Applications are available at the Front Desk of the Greeley Recreation Center (651 10th Ave), the Family FunPlex (1501 65th Ave), or the Rodarte Community Center (920 A St).
Contact 970-336-4206 or 970-350-9430 for further information.
Sponsored in part by:
Senior Assistance Program
The Senior Assistance Program is available for individuals that have a financial hardship and would still like to have the opportunity to participate in City of Greeley Recreation Programs. The Greeley Culture, Parks and Recreation Department raises money through a variety of sponsorships with United Way of Weld County for the Senior Assistance Program. As long as there are funds available, we will try to accommodate all requests.
Information and Qualification Process:
- Participants must be Weld County residents, 60 years of age or older, and have an income level of $25,200 or less and fill out the Senior Assistance Application.
- Once qualification is confirmed, each Senior 60+ can utilize a $100 scholarship towards registration costs from a list of classes, programs and Active Adult Center Membership.
- The Senior Assistance Program scholarship program will expire December 31.
- The Senior Assistance Program cannot be used towards any parks or facility rental, pass or daily admission fee.
Fill out the Senior Assistance Application online or pick up a copy at the Guest Services Desk.