This one- and two-story precast concrete complex with exposed aggregate wall panels includes city offices, the fire and police offices, the library, and the Greeley Municipal Museum. The city council chambers and municipal courtroom are in a separate pavilion attached by a glass passage. The tawny-colored composition mixes Neoclassical, Meso-American, and Prairie Style elements, including overhanging eaves with modified dentils.
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Greeley Municipal Center
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