PLANIT GSO's Guest Speaker
Henry Cisneros' October 29 & 30 talks: "The Equitable City: Prosperity, Opportunity, Leadership."
Check out all the free activities and events the City offers!
You decide how to spend $500,000 in City funds! Vote online by Oct. 31.
Glass Recycling Drop-off Locations
Residents who want to continue recycling glass may use our six glass recycling drop-off locations.
Youth Basketball Registration is Now Underway
Registration is $50 per participant and ends November 30, or when the league is full.
Next City Council Meeting is October 15
This meeting is preceded by a 4 pm Council Work Session at Melvin Municipal Office Building Council Chambers
Free Community Music Event October 20 in Center City Park
This is a free community music event called Center City Night of Inspiration, promoting peace and positivity.
Former HUD Leader Cisneros is PLANIT GSO’s Next Guest Speaker
"Equitable City: Prosperity, Opportunity, Leadership" is the title of his Oct. 29 & 30 talks.
Councilmember Thurm Hosts October 21 District 5 Town Hall Meeting
Residents will have the opportunity to vote for their favorite District 5 Participatory Budget projects at the meeting.
Parks and Recreation Hosts Aggie FanFest October 25-27
This free festival will feature more 100 vendors selling unique food, beverages and apparel, live music, a family fun area with bounce houses, and more.
Teen Auditions for “Twelfth Night” October 14-15
Kids 13 to 18 are invited to try out for this shortened version of the Shakespeare play.
City Councilmember Outling Hosts October 11 “Java with Justin”
The meeting provides an opportunity for District 3 residents to meet Outling and ask questions in a casual atmosphere.
Library Offers Presentation on Immigration for One City, One Book
Lynn Thompson from the New Arrivals Institute will discuss different paths of immigration and the history of Greensboro as a resettlement area.
The Drama Center Presents “The Princess and the Goblin” October 25-27
Wear your Halloween costume to this fun, family-friendly theater event.
Sportsplex Reopens October 7
Fall and winter hours for the Sportsplex are 9 am to 10 pm weekdays and 9 am to 6 pm Saturdays and Sundays.
City Hosts Final Community Meeting for Police Chief Input on October 7
An online survey is also available through Monday, October 7.
Library Explores South African Music with One City, One Book Event
Enjoy an exploration of some of the most influential musicians and singer/songwriters in South Africa from the Apartheid era to the present.
City Seeks Residents’ Opinions of E-scooters and Other Micromobility Devices
The City is surveying residents about micromobility as it reevaluates its electric scooter pilot program.
English & Spanish Videos Available About US Census 2020 Questions
The US Census 2020 count affects how much federal funding the City gets for various programs for the next 10 years.
Police Partners with Law Offices to Offer Child Safety Seat Clinic
This free event will feature child passenger safety technicians teaching drivers about child passenger safety and how to properly install child seats.
Caldcleugh Hosts Arugula Cooking Class October 15
This class is free, with a suggested donation of $5.
Participatory Budgeting Draws Record Number of Voters; Voting Ends October 31
More than 2,400 residents aged 14 and older have voted how to spend $100,000 in City funds in their City Council District since September 6.
Fall Recycling Rodeo Scheduled for October 5
Dispose of your shredded paper, electronic waste and more at this free event.