The City of Greensboro understands and takes very seriously its responsibility to provide timely access to public records in accordance with NC's public records laws, which include but are not limited to NC General Statutes chapters 132 and 160-A-168. The City is focused on ensuring an open, timely, accurate and complete exchange of public information with residents.
You may access a great number of City public records at your convenience via this website by using the Search feature at the top, right of every page or browse through our Meeting Agendas, Minutes & Videos page or any of our City News pages.
To make a request to receive a public record or document, e-mail us the specific information you are looking for, including the time-frame in which the information was created. Also include in the e-mail how you want the information delivered to you (e-mail, postal service, you will pick it up, etc.). We also need your full name, phone number and e-mail address.
State law provides that most records kept by local governments are public; they have to be specifically exempt to be private, and e-mails are not exempt. Review our Site Policies page concerning Privacy of E-mail Lists.