Greeley officials are encouraging citizens to get outside and get active.

After a section of the Poudre River Trail reopened this morning, March 30, Greeley officials urged residents to follow the CDC's guidelines for physical distancing but to make use of the outdoor space, which was completed earlier than it was scheduled to.

The construction work, according to a press release, "repaired sections of trail damaged by flooding during the last decade." The project was slated to be completed mid-April, but was completed this past weekend.

To know which of Greeley's trails and outdoor spaces are still open during the COVID-19 outbreak, check their website right here.

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