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The City of Greensboro is made up of many departments or functions that provide a wealth of services to the residents and businesses of Greensboro. Several City departments are located at the Melvin Municipal Office Building, 300 W. Washington St. (Map) Others are located in satellite facilities throughout the City.

City Organizational Chart

Not sure which department you need?
Check out this list of services provided by various City departments or call 373-CITY (2489) for assistance. 

Information Technology
Director: Jane Nickles
The Information Technology department provides leadership in implementing, supporting and delivering technology solutions that align with organizational goals and objectives. Its purpose is to serve as enablers and facilitators of technology for internal and external clients. The eight divisions are administration, application services, computer operations and billing, enterprise business services, GIS, network services, IT security and public safety.
Phone: 373-2490
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Legal
Interim City Attorney: Tom Carruthers
The Legal Department provides expert legal advice and representation to the City, its public officials, and employees on a broad range of issues.
Phone: 373-2320
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Legislative
The Legislative Department is made up the City's governing body, the City Clerk, and Elections.
Phone: 373-2397
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Library
Director: Brigitte Blanton - Bio 
The Greensboro Public Library offers an extensive collection of premium online resources and services, as well as books, magazines, music, and more. Many classes are offered and experts are available to help you find information.
Phone: 373-2471
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Neighborhood Development
Director: Barbara Harris - Bio
The Neighborhood Development Department is responsible for minimum housing and code compliance, including the minimum housing commission, and addresses homelessness issues and federal grant programs.
Phone: 373-2349 
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Parks & Recreation
Interim Director: Wade Walcutt 
The Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department provides diverse year-round leisure opportunities for Greensboro residents.
Phone: 373-2574
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Planning
Director: Sue Schwartz - Bio
The Planning Department focuses on short- and long-range planning and development issues, including updating the City's comprehensive plan, overseeing corridor studies, and coordinating the capital improvement planning process.
Phone: 373-2349 
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Police
Interim Director: Deputy Chief Anita Holder
The Greensboro Police Department safeguards lives and property, respectfully enforces the laws of the land, and works cooperatively to lessen the impact of crime on the lives of residents and visitors to Greensboro.
Phone: 373-2496
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Special Events
Contact: Josh Sherrick
The Special Events Office works with residents to host events such as walks, runs, parades, community festivals, university events, and neighborhood get-togethers, all designed to enhance quality of life.
Phone: 315-8301

Transportation
Director: Adam Fischer - Bio
The Greensboro Department of Transportation (GDOT) plans, constructs and maintains transportation infrastructure and operates municipal transit.
Phone: 373-GDOT (4368)
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Water Resources
Director: Steven Drew - Bio
The Water Resources Department provides safe, dependable drinking water and wastewater treatment, as well as meter reading, billing, and maintenance of water and sewer lines. The Stormwater Division works to alleviate flood-related problems, improve and monitor water quality in streams, and assist residents in resolving drainage issues.
Phone: 373-CITY (2489)
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Last updated: 8/28/2014 8:47:21 AM