COVID-19 News & Updates
See the latest service and facilitiy changes related to COVID-19.
Greensboro Summer Online
Your virtual access to summer fun from Libraries, Parks and Recreation, and Creative Greensboro.
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GTN Now on Roku
GTN is now available on the Roku streaming platform.
Greensboro is a Finalist for 2020 Parks and Recreation National Gold Medal Award
Greensboro is a three-time NRPA Gold Medal Winner, having previously received the honor in 2002, 1987, and 1979.
Greensboro Public Library Announces Phased Re-Opening
Beginning June 10, libraries will offer curbside pickup for holds.
Repair Work Taking Place on W. Wendover Avenue Water Main Break
Two east bound lanes of W. Wendover between Grecade St. and Idlewood Dr. are closed.
Yard Waste Collection, Landfill Fees Returning to Normal June 1
Residents should continue to limit their yard waste to a total of 10 bags, bundles or cans.
Neighborhoods Encouraged to Sign Up for National Night Out
Tuesday, August 4, marks America’s 37th night out against crime.
City Cancels July 4th Fireworks Show
e City of Greensboro has canceled its annual July 4th fireworks show due to considerations related to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Next Virtual City Council Meeting is June 2
This meeting, which begins at 5:30 pm, features a public hearing on the recommended FY 2020-21 budget.
City Returning to Regular Operating Hours on June 8
The City’s libraries and recreation centers will follow a different schedule with announcements made separately.
Greensboro Offers Option for Restaurants to Provide Outdoor Dining
To apply for a special event permit, find the “Restaurant Expansion into Public Right of Way Permitting” section on the COVID-19 page.
Plan Your Summer at GSO: Greensboro Summer Online
Welcome to Greensboro Summer Online, a virtual space where residents can access a wide-range of innovative online events and activities.
City Installs Solar-powered Car Charging Stations
After they are installed, the charging-stations will be available free of charge during a pilot test period.
Residents Can Have Their Say on the City Budget with Balancing Act
Residents can let City leaders know what they think about the proposed City Budget by trying out Greensboro’s online budget simulator.
City Announces Memorial Day Closures and Changes
City offices are closed on Monday, May 25 in observance of Memorial Day.
Greensboro Public Library Offering Variety of Online Events
Posting on the Library’s Facebook page, customers can find children’s story times, craft demonstrations, cooking tutorials, writing tips and more.
Next Virtual City Council Meeting is May 19
This meeting, which begins at 5:30 pm and is closed to the public, allows residents to participate electronically.
MUSEP Returns July 19; Concerts May Be Streaming or Live
The free concert series features live local acts.
City Asks for Public Input on CARES Act Funding for Housing Issues
Deadline to submit comments about the plans linked to in this article is 11:50 pm Monday, May 18.