What is the City doing to help businesses of all sizes prosper?
Information about public utility assessments and nuisance abatement assessments.
Business resources provided by the Greensboro Public Library.
The City's Collections Division is responsible for collecting monies that are due and payable to the City, including business privilege licenses, parking tickets, assessment charges, utility service charges, housing and community development loan payments, solid waste collection and disposal charges, false burglar alarms, payments for cemetery plots, and other miscellaneous fees and charges.
Information about payments accepted by the City's Collections Division and payment locations.
Business owners in Greensboro are required to purchase a business privilege license.
Sometimes referred to as ad valorem tax, property tax is assessed annually against the value of real and personal property including homes, vehicles, commercial buildings and vacant land.
This is the City's one-stop access for all aspects of commercial and residential building plan review and permitting, located at 300 W. Washington St.
Interactive mapping tool that allows you to view, create and print maps.
Housing and Community Development Loan Payments
To encourage and nurture home ownership and community renewal, the City has made numerous loans with special rates and other incentives.
The City provides basic utility services, including water and wastewater service, stormwater management, solid waste collection and disposal, and disposal of household hazardous waste.
Minority and Women Business Enterprise
Through the M/WBE Program, the City of Greensboro provides equal opportunity to minority- and women-owned businesses to participate in all aspects of City contracting and purchasing programs.
Urban Progress Zone
Qualifying businesses within the state Urban Progress Zone may be eligible for business tax incentives.
Permitted Use Schedule
A schedule of uses permitted in each zoning category.
Who to Contact for City Services
Call 336-373-CITY (2489)