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Greeley Location

Hours of Operation

IBBA Greeley

3091 29th St., Unit A
Greeley, CO 80631
Tel: (970) 330-5425

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3:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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Fort Collins Location

Hours of Operation

IBBA Fort Collins

1833 E. Harmony Rd., #5
Ft. Collins, CO 80528
Tel: (970) 204-9977

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Noon - 7:00 pm
9:00 am - 2:00 pm
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Historically and in its base form, Greeley is largely an agricultural center—livestock, meat-packing, and sugar beets and related processing activities remain extensive today. Local feedlots can bring strong agricultural “fragrances,” largely imperceptible to long-time residents. More recently the area has become the eastern flank of a large high tech and light manufacturing belt centered in nearby Windsor and anchored by Fort Collins and Loveland to the west. The University of Northern Colorado adds a light college-town accent bringing some 13,000 students.
 
The area is close enough to the Rocky Mountains to benefit from its recreational opportunities. Many residents commute to the more commercialized Fort Collins or Loveland to the west, resulting in average commute times of almost 24 minutes. Greeley is also a straight shot south of 45 miles to the new Denver International Airport located northeast of that city, making it a good location for frequent business travelers looking for more of a small town lifestyle. Denver itself is close enough to share many of its amenities.
 
Because incomes are relatively high compared to cost of living, the cost profile is favorable for Colorado and even compared to the Fort Collins area west. On the whole, Greeley is slower paced and some may not find enough to do, but there’s a lot nearby.The town is located among rolling grassland plains in a shallow valley at the confluence of the Cache La Poudre and South Platte rivers. Locals call the area the “Kansas part of Colorado,” accurately depicting both landscape and climate, which is continental. Warm, dry spring and summer days are punctuated by occasional heavy thunderstorms. Winters are variable with alternating cold spells and mild periods. Wind chill can make winter weather more severe. First freeze is end of September, last is mid-May.
Fort Collins is an agricultural and high-tech center and college town at the northern end of Colorado’s Front Range. Colorado State University, a diversified university with an agricultural base, provides some amenities, a nice campus and ethnic diversity, but overall the town is more conservative than nearby Boulder. The downtown is a model college town with well-kept Victorian-era structures, a lively entertainment scene and plenty to do.
 
A significant high-tech base led by Hewlett-Packard lies mostly east of town, while attractive residential neighborhoods lie mostly west. All have a view of the main Rocky Mountain ridges west, and with the exception of a few winter blasts, the climate goes well with the attractive outdoor setting.
   
Fort Collins is at the western edge of the high prairie grassland just against the base of the Front Range of the Rockies. The western horizon is spectacular with steep creek and river valleys descending into the area. The climate is continental with four well-defined, typically dry seasons.
 
Summer days are warm and evenings are cool thanks to the mountain elevation. Southwest winds can bring periods of hot weather. Occasional thunderstorms produce downpours, but these are more likely to the east. Winters can be quite cold, with temperatures well below zero with strong inflows of Canadian air; wind makes the air seem colder. First freeze is early October, last is late May.
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