COVID-19 News & Updates
See the latest service and facility changes related to COVID-19.
The City of Greensboro is taking steps to show solidarity for the pursuit of racial and social justice.
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Greensboro Summer Online
Your virtual access to summer fun from Libraries, Parks and Recreation, and Creative Greensboro.
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Police Chief Issues Statement About Recent City Violence
"As I ask you to hold us accountable, I ask that we as a community hold each other accountable..."
City Interactive Map Shows Daily Census Responses in Greensboro
How is your neighborhood doing in its response to the US Census 2020?
Greensboro Celebrates Parks and Recreation Month
The City Parks and Recreation Department will host Car Bingo, a Youth Fishing Tournament, Family Trivia every Thursday, a scavenger hunt every Friday, a NBA 2K20 Tournament, and more.
W. Friendly Avenue Lane Closure Continues for Sewer Maintenance Work
This job has had some delays and is now expected to wrap up July 2.
Greensboro Public Library Opening for “Grab & Go” Service June 29
Starting Monday, June 29, the Greensboro Public Library will implement “Grab & Go” service at Central Library, Benjamin Branch, McGirt-Horton Branch and Glenn McNairy Branch.
Parks and Recreation Offering Family Trivia Nights in July
Families can compete to win Parks and Recreation prize packs including t-shirts, water bottles, passes for kayaking, fishing, pedal boats, and more.
City Closed on July 3 in Observance of Independence Day
There are no trash or recycling collections on Friday, July 3.
Elm Street Mural to be Installed June 26-29
Elm Street will be closed from Market Street to Washington Street, and February One Place will be closed from Greene Street to Elm Street.
Special Virtual City Council Meeting Set for July 2
This meeting begins at 3:30 pm and follows a 2 pm Special Virtual Work Session.
City of Greensboro to Require Face Coverings within the City Limits
This declaration takes effect at 5 pm, Tuesday, June 23 and shall remain in effect until it is modified or rescinded by the Mayor.
City Lakes Host Children’s Fishing Tournament July 1-14
Kids can catch bass, crappie, or catfish at one of the three city lakes during the tournament for a chance to win.
Davie Street Mural to be Installed June 20-22
This is the first mural approved under the City’s new Street Mural Program.
Parks and Recreation Hosts Car Bingo July 6
Prizes will be awarded for game, best car decorations, best good luck trinket, and more.
GCJAC Virtual Town Hall Meeting Scheduled for June 25
This meeting will be a listening session, allowing the Commission to hear from the community.
Start Smart Baseball Begins July 7
Children 3-5 will develop proper motor skills for baseball and build confidence.
2019 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report Available to Customers
The report describes drinking water sources, testing conducted, substances detected, and other information of interest.
Greensboro History Museum Collecting Video Responses About Racial and Social Justice
This platform is available now through July 4.
Parks and Recreation Offers ‘Summer Stay Camp’ Activity Kits
Local children can get a Parks and Recreation summer day camp experience at home with a Summer Stay Camp Kit, a package of self-guided activities.