City Provides Statement Regarding ACLU’s Charges against Facebook
The City of Greensboro is an equal opportunity employer that seeks to have a diverse workforce, reflective of the community it serves.
‘Paint the Town’ Focuses on Two Tornado-Damaged Neighborhoods
More than 200 volunteers will participate at various times throughout the seven-day work-fest.
Adult Basketball Team Registration Begins September 24
Practice will begin November 13. Games will begin November 26.
Parks and Recreation Offers Free Training at Sussman Park in October
The sessions will be led by a certified fitness instructor, who will teach participants different exercises they can do on park equipment.
Youth Basketball Registration Begins October 1
Registration is $50 per child ages 5-17 and ends November 30.
Parks and Recreation Offers Free Archery Clinics for Veterans September 25 to October 30
Individuals of any ability and skill level are welcome. Bows and arrows will be provided.
City Suspends All Trash and Recycling Collections for September 14
No trash, recycling, yard waste, and bulk service collection will take place.
Parks and Recreation Releases Annual Report
The report includes updates on construction and renovation projects, highlights of achievements, and department facts and figures.
Residents Can Report Problems Via GSO Collects App
The mobile app has been expanded to allow residents to report problems like potholes or overgrown lots.
Red Cross Emergency Shelter Opening September 13 at Glenwood Recreation Center
The shelter will open at 12 noon and operate 24 hours a day until further notice.
Smith Senior Center Anniversary Celebration Rescheduled to September 27 Due to Hurricane
The event, which will highlight the center’s year-round offerings, is open to anyone ages 55 and older.