You decide how to spend $500,000 in City funds! Vote online by Oct. 31.
MED Week is September 23-27
Join us in recognizing the accomplishments of local minority and women business enterprises. Events are open to the public.
Glass Recycling Drop-off Locations
Residents who want to continue recycling glass may use our six glass recycling drop-off locations.
New Gate City/Murrow Intersection Traffic Pattern Begins September 16
The changes are permanent and notification signs will stay in place for several days.
Parks and Recreation Unveils Participatory Budgeting Mural at September 21 Block Party
This free event will feature music, art projects, and fun for all ages.
Parks and Recreation Receives Marvin Collins Planning Award
The award recognized the department's master plan, Plan2Play.
Councilmember Outling Hosts September 13 “Java with Justin”
The community meeting provides an opportunity for District 3 residents to meet Outling and ask questions in a casual atmosphere.
Start Smart Basketball for Kids 3-5 Begins October 14
The program costs $30 and is available at four locations citywide.
US Census Undercounted Populations Poster Available
This poster lists the populations who have been undercounted in past US Census counts.
PLANIT GSO Hosts Author/Educator/Former HUD Official on September 23
Bruce Katz's talk, “Building on Our Strengths, the New Localism,” is based on his recent book.
Greensboro MED Week Activities Planned for September 23-27
Activities include networking opportunities, workshops, a luncheon and more.
Spring Garden Street Road Closure Set for September 10-11
The street will be closed to through-traffic in both directions between Springdale Court and Jackson Street during nighttime hours.
City Council Hosts September 11 Public Forum on Crime
City Council is hosting a public forum to address the recent trend in violent crime and allow residents to share ideas and solution about reducing crime .
The Drama Center Offers Fall Theatre Education Classes
There are classes for children and adults in acting technique, musical theatre, stage combat, and comedy.
Greensboro Offers Free Bus Rides to the Folk Festival
Save on parking fees by riding a GTA bus to the event Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Participatory Budgeting Greensboro Voting Begins September 6 During NC Folk Festival
Residents get to decide how to spend $500,000 in public funds on projects or programs within their City Council District.
City Hosts Eighth Annual 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb on September 14
Registration begins at 7:30 am on September 14. Specially designed event t-shirts will be available at the event for $10 along with other merchandise.
Old Battleground/Cotswold Intersection Closure Begins September 3
Construction of a roundabout will close this intersection through October 15.
Next City Council Meeting is September 3
This meeting is preceded by a 4 pm Council Work Session at the Public Safety Training facility, 1510 N. Church St.
Smart City Kiosks Coming to Downtown Greensboro
The kiosks aim to engage and connect the community and are free to the City with Smart City Media selling digital advertising to cover the cost.
Parks and Recreation Offers Veterans’ Archery Clinics September 9 to October 14
These free clinics are designed to teach military veterans the fundamentals of archery.