Greeley, Colorado Disaster Declaration for Hailstorms & Continued Flooding

GREELEY STATUS UPDATE: Several neighborhoods in Greeley experienced significant flooding Thursday night, May 30th in addition to the flooding and hail that occurred this past Tuesday night, May 28th. In response to the severe weather, the City of Greeley has taken immediate action to support affected residents and ensure public safety as well as engage voluntary agencies to support response efforts and community needs.

  • Property owners who experienced damage are being directed to self report at https://report-co-weld.orioncentral.com. Neighbors are being encouraged to also support for other neighbors.
  • Weld County Human Services can assist with food stamps or Medicaid needs at 970.400.6012.
  • The Crisis Clean-up Hotline is open and active and can be reached at 970.283.7325
  • American Red Cross is available to support damage assessments and flooding of 18 inches or more in qualifying households may qualify for financial assistance, call 1.800.733.2767 for more information.
  • Any resident who has 18” of water in living spaces or higher may qualify for financial assistance.
  • Colorado Baptist Disaster Response Team is available to support basement flooding, shock-wave spraying, cleaning up broken glass, possible yard debris, and possible covering roofs and windows. Please call 720.951.5418 for assitance.
  • 211 Colorado is available to support basic needs resource connection to items such as food, clothing, toiletry items, or guidance for informaiton and referral connection to the above services listed and more to ensure community members are supported through every step of the response nad recovery process. Dial 2-1-1, text 898-211*, or visit 211colorado.org.