City Offices Will Operate on a Two-Hour Delay February 21
They will open at 10 am due to weather conditions.
Special City Council Meeting Scheduled for February 24
This 9 am meeting takes place at the ACC Hall of Champions Conference Room, 1921 W. Gate City Blvd.
Taking the US Census 2020 Survey: What to Expect and When
All Greensboro residents should participate, regardless of age, race or citizenship status.
Drama Center Summer Camps $50 off Before March 3
All these camps offer a well-rounded theatre experience.
Cyber Security Advisory: Juice Jacking May Compromise Your Mobile Phone
Hackers have been installing special USB devices that contain Malware in public charging stations.
Parks and Recreation Seeks Teens for Counselor in Training Program
The CIT Program offers teens a chance to gain real work experience, service learning hours, and leadership skills at one of Parks and Recreation's summer camp locations.
Camp Joy Registration Now Underway
Camp Joy, an inclusive day camp for people five and older, has a blended mobility week for individuals with physical disabilities.
Next City Council Meeting is February 18
This meeting is preceded by Work Session at a 2:30 pm in Melvin Municipal Office Building's Plaza Level Conference Room.
Library Hosts PEN America’s Media Literacy Training
Access to accurate information is an integral component of free expression and essential to civic engagement.
Draft City Comprehensive Plan Now Online for Review
Review the draft plan and take a short survey to share with the City your thoughts on it.
Win a Free Week of Summer Camp at Parks and Recreation Fair February 28
The winner can use the free week on tuition at Greensboro Sportsplex’s All Stars Day Camp, Recreation Center Day Camp, Xtreme Teen Adventure Week, Greensboro Youth Council Service Learning Camp, Junior Lifeguard Camp, or Camp Joy.
Caldcleugh Hosts ‘Rolling in Dough’ Cooking Class February 25
The interactive bread making and baking class will be taught by Jordan Fowler, gardener at Caldcleugh’s Organic Outreach Garden
African American Stories Come to Life at History Museum February 15
Costumed interpreters share stories of African American contributions to democracy.
Six Employees Named Winners of Government Improvement Awards
The award recognizes City employees who have devised innovative and impactful solutions that improved services or productivity.
Downtown Greenway Selects Atlanta Artist for Freedom Cornerstone Public Art Commission
Artist Radcliffe Bailey brings an international reputation to the project and a history of telling stories of African American history and culture.
Greensboro Transit Agency Joins National Transportation Coalition to Eliminate Human Trafficking
An estimated 24.9 million men, women and children worldwide are sold into prostitution, domestic servitude or other forced labor.
Registration Underway for the 2020 Greater Greensboro Senior Games and SilverArts Showcase
Residents 50 and older can compete in 20 plus athletic and artistic events.