Both Greeley and Evans have a mayor and a city council.
City Council members and the mayor are elected by their city. Greeley and Evans have a council-manager form of government. The council appoints a City Manager who manages the city and its departments.
The Mayor does not have executive powers.
The Mayor represents their city at many functions. They also serve as part of the City Council.
Citizens can be on different groups to help the Mayor and City Council make decisions.
Residents may be a part of many different Boards or Committees in both Greeley and Evans. They may help make decisions about parks, museums, watering, public transportation, city growth and planning.
The city government works to make their city a good place to live and work.
They make laws to help keep their city safe, attractive and pleasant to live in. They over-see many departments in the city: police, fire, zoning, courts, streets, parks and recreation, water and sewer and others.