Celebrate Halloween Season
Celebrate the season at the City's events, festivals and activities.
Be Lead Safe
Grants are available to address lead paint hazards in homes.
Sign up for men's, women's and youth basketball leagues.
Water Quality Information
Stay informed about City water facts.
Storm Recover Resources
Information on assistance related to the April 15 tornado.
Sportsplex Offers Basektball for Kids 3-5 Beginning November 5
The cost is $50 for this six-week class.
Library Offers Skilled Trade Resource Fair
Learn about opportunities that do not require a bachelor's degree.
Horse Pen Creek Road Repaired and Reopened
The road was closed after a section of road washed out in the storm
Next City Council Meeting is October 16
This City Council meeting begins at 5:30 pm Tuesday in Council Chamber, Melvin Municipal Office Building.
City Facilities Closed Due to Tropical Storm Michael
The City is working to respond to facilities are without power, downed trees or flooding.
Guilford County and American Red Cross Opens Shelter at Glenwood Recreation Center
Residents staying at the shelter are asked to bring their medication, toiletries, a pillow and blanket or a sleeping bag, and a bath towel.
PLANIT GSO Public Meetings Set to Use “World Café” Approach
PLANIT GSO Café community conversations will take on a casual, comfortable atmosphere.
City Councilmember Outling Hosts October 12 “Java with Justin”
The community meeting provides an opportunity for District 3 residents to meet Outling and ask questions in a casual atmosphere.
Greensboro’s Municipal Equality Index Highest in the Carolinas for Fourth Consecutive Year
This marks the fourth consecutive year Greensboro placed first among all other cities in North Carolina and South Carolina.
Library Hosts Discussion With Two National Book Award Authors
These two scholars cast a new light on lesser-known figures from the archives of American history.