Greeley, Colorado, sits between the South Platte and the Cache La Poudre Rivers, about 60 miles north of Denver, and is home to just over 100,000 people. Similar to other Front Range communities located in the high desert, Greeley enjoys an average of 244 sunny days per year and receives 15 inches of rain and 40 inches of snow annually. Because of its semi-arid climate, Greeley has a long history of water conservation, dating back to 1907, and currently has one of the largest water conservation programs in Colorado. In recent years, the City has added measures, such as water budgets and rebates, to expand on this long standing tradition of water conservation.
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