If the violation is of a criminal nature, noise or animal complaint, occurs on public property, or requires a prompt response during non-business hours, you need to contact the police at 970-356-1212. If it is appropriate, the police will refer the case to Code Enforcement for further action.
Household hazardous waste that may not be disposed of with the weekly trash service may be taken to the facility listed below.
North Household Hazardous Waste Facility
1311 N. 17th Avenue
Greeley, CO 80634
Open every Tuesday and Saturday
8:00am – 5:00pm
Check with the Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment prior to delivering household hazardous waste for more information at (970) 304-6415.
Waste tires are accepted by local tire shops for a nominal fee. It is unlawful to dispose of waste tires with regular trash service or in dumpsters not intended for waste tire recycling, or to dump tires at any location other than an authorized tire disposal site.
It is unlawful in Colorado to dispose of electronics with generic trash. For more information on waste electronics and recycling, please visit the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment website.
Large items which no longer serve their purpose such as mattresses and furniture may be disposed of by several means. Most waste haulers offer large item curbside pickup, small dumpsters, or alternative options such as the Waste Management Bagster. Additional options include taking the items to a city cleanup event, or hauling the items directly to the landfill.
If a complaint is filed regarding weeds on city properties, code enforcement may be contacted to evaluate the situation; however, city properties are maintained by Public Works Operations and the Parks Department.
Graffiti is required to be removed within 48 hours in order to deter further criminal activity, and to preserve the integrity of the city. Installation of security cameras and lighting are suggested to deter criminal activity and subsequent damage.
All parking violations on public property should be directed to the police department by calling 970-356-1212.
It may be possible that a code violation has existed on a property for an extended period of time, and has not previously been addressed by a code enforcement officer. Code violations are handled on a case by case basis, and the perpetuation of a code violation does not absolve the obligation to remedy the situation at any given time.