2019 One City, One Book Selection is "Born a Crime" by Trevor Noah
The book is The Daily Show host Trevor Noah’s account of his early years in apartheid South Africa.
City Awards Contract for 10-Year Affordable Housing Plan
Community engagement events will be woven into the process.
Greensboro City Council to Table Independent Review
In light of the Smith family filing a lawsuit against the City of Greensboro, the City Council will table the discussion about the independent review.
Parks and Recreation Offers Archery Clinics for Veterans April 29 to May 13
These lessons are free to military veterans.
City Recognizes National Community Development Week April 22-26
Learn how federal housing programs help improve the conditions of local neighborhoods: www.greensboro-nc.gov/FederalFunding.
Next City Council Meeting is April 16
A Work Session starts at 3:30 pm in MMOB's Plaza Level Conference Room before the 5:30 council meeting.
Greensboro Hosts Kids Standing Adaptive Tennis Clinic April 27
This free clinic for kids 5-16 is in conjunction with the first Carolinas Adaptive Standing Tennis Tournament.
Participatory Budgeting Greensboro Hosts Volunteer Trainings April 27
Interested volunteers should attend one session.
City Announces Good Friday/Spring Break Closings
City offices are closed on Friday, April 19 in observance of Good Friday/Spring Break.
GM 9-1-1 Celebrates National Telecommunications Week April 14-20
Honoring those who respond to emergency calls, dispatch emergency professionals and equipment during a time of crisis, and render life-saving assistance to the 9-1-1 callers.
MPO Accepting Public Comment on Human Services Transportation Update
The deadline to comment is May 8.
MPO Seeks Public Comment on Bus and Paratransit Grant Requests
Residents have until May 8 to comment.
MPO Now Accepting Grant Applications for Transit Projects for Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities
Grant applications are due May 8.
NC Triad Theatre League Announces Second Biennial Theatre Festival
The festival will feature free performances from area theatre companies.
City Councilmember Outling Hosts April 12 “Java with Justin”
The community meeting provides an opportunity for District 3 residents to meet Outling and ask questions in a casual atmosphere.
City Councilmember Thurm Hosts “Community Conversation” on April 22
This event provides an opportunity for the residents of District 5 to speak with their City Council representative, share what is important to you, ask questions, and meet your neighbors.
International Advisory Committee Welcomes New Leadership
The newly elected IAC team will officially take office on July 1, 2019.
City Councilmember Wells Hosts April 18 Town Hall Meeting
The town hall provides an opportunity for District 2 residents an opportunity to address concerns, ask questions and get updates from Councilmember Wells.