City Offices Closed Monday
There will be no trash or recycling collection. No GTA, HEAT, or SCAT services will operate.
Library Seeking Earth Day Exhibitors
Attendance at the Greensboro Public Library’s annual Earth Day celebration is typically over 2,500 visitors with more than 50 exhibitors.
GM 911 Currently Experiencing Phone Issues
This issue is affecting the Southeastern part of the United Sates.
Greensboro Transit Authority Rider Feedback Meeting Canceled
This session will be rescheduled for another date.
PLANIT GSO Vision Statement Input Needed
Survey stations are up at three Greensboro Public Library locations to get your opinion of the draft vision statement for a new City Comprehensive Plan.
Lake Townsend Offers Waterfowl Birding Tours December Through March
The tours last 1.5 hours and cost $7 per person.
'Faces of Diversity' Art Installation Revealed at Cultural Center December 6
The work contains hundreds of fingerprints from local residents.
Next City Council Meeting is December 4
This City Council meeting begins at 5:30 pm Tuesday in Council Chamber, Melvin Municipal Office Building.
Eugene Street Bridge Lane Closure Changes Begin November 29
A southbound and a northbound lane will be marked to maintain traffic flow in each direction.
The Drama Center Seeks Young Actress for Lead Role
This female lead must have a playable age range of 6-11. No experience is necessary.
The Drama Center Presents Chasing the Sword December 14 and 15
This is the first performance of the All Abilities Actors League, which includes adults and teens with disabilities.
Enjoy a Market Fresh Breakfast at Caldcleugh December 4
Learn the benefits of using local products for everyday meals at this free breakfast.
City Posts its Current and Upcoming Board and Commission Vacancies
Want to serve your community? Consider applying to fill a vacancy on one of the City's many boards and commissions.
Survey on PLANIT GSO ‘Goals’ Closes December 7
Your input on the proposed goals will be used to plan how the city will grow in the future.
Councilmember Thurm Hosts Q&A Meeting on December 6
The meeting provides an opportunity for District 5 residents to speak with Councilmember Thurm, address concerns, and share what’s important in District 5.
Greensboro Wins National 2018 Digital Cities Survey Award
Greensboro was recognized for making open data and transparency a top priority which is reflected in its data portal which supports decision-making at the community level.
Greensboro City Council Adopts New Rules for Electric Scooters
The updated ordinances include rules for how riders should act as well as regulations for scooter-share businesses.
Mayor Vaughan Elected Chair of NC Metropolitan Mayors Coalition
Mayor Vaughan will lead the coalition in its work with the General Assembly and Executive Branch.