City Opens New Recycling Drop-off Sites
Drop off paper, cardboard, metal, plastic and glass at the White Street Landfill and Solid Waste Transfer Station.
GPD's Second Annual Chief's Ride Set for September 7
The police escorted ride benefits Special Olympics North Carolina.
Auditions for “Evening of Short Plays” Will be September 9-10
This production is a showcase of short plays from the Drama Center’s Playwright’s Forum.
City Announces Street Resurfacing Projects
Five streets will be resurfaced the week of August 19-23.
New Downtown Glass Recycling Drop-off Location Opens
First Presbyterian Church at 108 W. Fisher Ave. will now be a glass drop-off location.
Parks and Recreation Releases Annual Report
The report includes an introduction to the department’s new focus: “Enhance, Expand, Connect.”
Next City Council Meeting is August 20
This meeting begins at 4 pm for the purpose of recessing to closed session, followed by the regularly scheduled meeting.
Leonard Recreation Center Offers Art Classes for Kids and Adults
Classes start the week of September 7.
Greensboro Department of Transportation Releases Annual Report
The report includes planning and construction details about transportation projects citywide and other news.
New Glass Recycling Drop-off Location Opens
Glass bottles and jars should be empty, clean, and dry. Paper labels do not need to be removed.
August 29 Workshop Introduces Contractors to Future Contracting Projects
Would having access to a list of all upcoming projects planned from now until June 30, 2020 be useful to your company?
City and Cone Health Host Arts Program for Parkinson’s Patients
This free program allows individuals with Parkinson’s disease to use dance, art, music, drama and improv comedy as therapy.
History Museum WWI Exhibit Closes with Look at A&T War Hero
History Museum honors WWI Aggie war hero Lt. Robert L. Campbell.
Councilperson Kennedy Hosts District 5 Community Conversation on August 12
This community conversation provides the opportunity for residents to drop in, have a a bite to eat and talk with Councilperson Kennedy in a casual atmosphere.
Women’s Equality Day Breakfast Celebrates Anniversary of 19th Amendment
Annual Equality Day Breakfast features Keynote Speaker Valda Ford.
Get Involved with Adopt-a-Stream
Streams serve many uses from stormwater runoff to habitats for aquatic life.
Library’s Summer Reading Finale Is Going to Rock the House
Harry and the Potters coming to Greensboro!
Free Kundalini Yoga Classes Tuesdays at Caldcleugh
No experience is necessary. To participate, register on site during the first class.