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Greeley, CO 80631
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Tax Rate Comparison

Greeley’s first sales tax began in February of 1969. The rate increased to 3 percent in 1983 and the sales tax on food was added in 1989 and reauthorized by voters in 1993, 2001 and 2005. On November 5, 2002, voters approved a 3 tenths of one percent increase for the Quality of Life Program. In November of 2004, Greeley voters approved an additional .16% (16 cents on every $100.00 in taxable purchases) for public safety projects including a new police headquarters.

This chart shows rates for several communities in northern Colorado as of November 2010.

City City Tax  % County Tax% State Tax % RTD/CD/FD* Total
Greeley 3.46   2.9   6.36
Brighton (Adams County) 3.75 0.75 2.9 1.2% 8.6
Brighton (Weld County) 3.75   2.9   6.65
Lafayette 3.5 0.65 2.9 1.2 8.25
Louisville 3.5 0.65 2.9 1.2 8.25
Longmont 3.275 0.65 2.9 1.2 8.025
Estes Park 4.0 0.8 2.9   7.7
Fort Lupton 4.0   2.9   6.9
Loveland 3.0 0.8 2.9   6.7
Loveland-Shops at Centerra         7.823
Fort Collins 3.85** 0.8 2.9   7.55
Windsor/Larimer 3.2 0.8 2.9   6.9
Windsor/Weld 3.2   2.9   6.1
Evans 3.5   2.9   6.4
Kersey 3.6   2.9   6.5
Milliken 2.5   2.9   5.4
Johnstown 3.0   2.9   5.9
*Regional Transit District/Cultural Facilities District/Football District    **Effective January 1, 2011