City Offices Closed Nov. 28-29
Check out all the services and facilities that will operate on a holiday schedule.
Celebrate the Holidays
Greensboro hosts free events for Thanksgiving, winter, and New Year's.
Explore Your City
Discover Greensboro is the new guide to all the special events, programs, and outdoor adventure Parks and Recreation offers.
Glass Recycling Drop-off Locations
Residents who want to continue recycling glass may use our glass recycling drop-off locations.
More road construction?
Sign up for e-mails about City infrastructure-related road work. Select "Road Closings/Traffic Alerts" in News section.
GTN Now on Roku
GTN is now available on the Roku streaming platform.
Keeley Park Phase II Groundbreaking will be December 18
Residents are invited to see renderings of the park improvements, which will include the largest inclusive playground in North Carolina west of Raleigh.
City Councilmember Outling Hosts December 13 “Java with Justin”
The community meeting provides an opportunity for all Greensboro residents to meet Outling and ask questions in a casual atmosphere.
Lake Townsend Hosts Winter Waterfowl Pontoon Rides December through April
The tours last approximately 1.5 hours. Each tour is limited to 10 people. Call ahead to reserve a seat.
Smith Active Adult Center Receives State Certification
Centers of Excellence receive approximately triple the amount of funding from the Area Agency on Aging than those centers that are not certified.
Youth Auditions for “Short Tales for Children” Scheduled for December 13-14
Children ages 7-15 are invited to try out. No experience is necessary.
Next City Council Meeting is December 3
The meeting begins at 5:30 pm in Council Chamber, Melvin Municipal Office Building, 300 W. Washington St.
City Posts Current and Upcoming Board and Commission Vacancies
Want to serve your community? Consider applying to fill a vacancy on one of these City boards and commissions.
“No Need to Speed” Traffic Enforcement Initiative
According to NHTSA, the Thanksgiving holiday, traditionally the start of the busy holiday travel season, sees an increase in crashes and fatalities.
History Museum’s Democracy Initiative Launches with Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition
The History Museum is launching Project Democracy 20/20, a major initiative exploring the history of American democracy and its best tool, the vote.
Greensboro’s Municipal Equality Index Highest in North Carolina
Greensboro scored a 79 out of 100 possible points in the latest listing of the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index.
City of Greensboro Wins National 2019 Digital Cities Survey Award
Greensboro was recognized for using technology to tackle social challenges, enhance services, strengthen cybersecurity and more.
GM 911’s Melanie Neal Selected to NC 911 Board
Once her appointment is confirmed by the General Assembly, Neal’s term will end in December 2021.
City Residents Approve Participatory Budgeting Projects
City residents voted to fully fund 16 projects and programs and partially fund four more.
Parks and Recreation Publishes “Discover Greensboro” Magazine
The department’s guide to programs, activities, special events, and facilities for winter-spring 2020, is available online now.
Library Presents Aged to Perfection: Choosing a Caregiver
Aged to Perfection is a series focused on the health and well-being of our growing senior population and is offered on the third Thursday each month.
Multiple Lane Closures in Downtown Area Begin November 18
These occasional daytime and nighttime lane closures will continue until December 6.
Next City Council Meeting is November 19
This meeting is preceded by a 4 pm Work Session at Melvin Municipal Office Building's Council Chamber.
Court Ruling Allows Julian Price House to be Used as Tourist Home
Zoning Commission will take official action to approve the Special Use Permit at its November 18 meeting.
City Closes Offices / Facilities for Thanksgiving Holiday
City offices and facilities are closed Thursday, November 28, and Friday, November 29, in observance of Thanksgiving.