We're looking at investments that will serve current students in our
Weld RE-4 communities, ensuring we continue to offer the high-quality educational experiences that we're known for, that our community
expects, and that our students deserve.

GROWING NEIGHBORHOODS

The towns of Severance and Windsor issued more than 1,200 single-family building permits in 2021. Active construction is occurring in the Promontory neighborhood of West Greeley, and there are multiple large projects in the approval stage with the City of Greeley.

GROWING
ENROLLMENT

We expect to see 2,559 more resident students (a 32 percent increase) in our district by the
2025-26 school year. Since the 2009-10 school year, we've nearly doubled to 8,104 students --
a 98.5% increase in 12 years.


CAPACITY
CHALLENGES

Eight of our nine schools have exceeded their building capacity. To help manage this challenge, we’ve purchased modulars that will be installed at schools this summer. Every single school in our district will have at least one modular next year.

UPCOMING COMMUNITY MEETINGS

Join one of four community meetings to learn more about the November ballot measures 4B and 4C:

• Tuesday, Sept. 13, at Noon on Zoom (https://bit.ly/3QqWlZg)

• Tuesday, Sept. 13, at 7 p.m. at Severance High School, Auditorium

• Tuesday, Oct. 11, at Noon on Zoom (https://bit.ly/3qecsin)

• Tuesday, Oct. 11, at 7 p.m. at the District Office, Board Room


VOTER INFORMATION

Ballots are mailed to each registered voter in October prior to the November 8 election day. To ensure you receive your ballot, make sure you are registered to vote and / or that your voter registration information is up to date. Ballots must be returned via mail by October 31 (postmarked) or in-person by November 8. Voters may also vote at in-person polling places. For more information on polling places or ballot drop boxes, visit Vote 411.

FEATURED FAQ

Q: Are there resources available to support seniors on fixed incomes?

A: For eligible citizens age 65 or older, 50 percent of the first $200,000 of actual value of the property is exempted. The state will pay the exempted property tax. A property tax exemption is available for Colorado residents who, by January 1 of the year you apply, are age 65 or older, and have owned and lived in their home (as their primary residence) for 10 consecutive years or more.