Next Greensboro Criminal Justice Advisory Commission Meeting is February 21
This is a new City board created to monitor, review, analyze, educate, advise and report on criminal justice issues and processes.
Next City Council Meeting is February 19
This City Council meeting begins at 5:30 pm Tuesday in Council Chamber, Melvin Municipal Office Building.
City and Local Agency Team Up for ‘#100Homes’ Campaign
One goal of the campaign is to convert Greensboro renters into homebuyers.
Drama Center Now Accepting Submissions for 2020 New Play Project
One selected full-length play will receive a workshop production.
Drama Center Summer Camp Registration Now Open
Register your 6-15-year-old between now and March 15 to receive $50 off the cost of camp.
Library Celebrates 10th Annual Booklovers Social February 27
The Booklovers Social offers bibliophiles the opportunity to connect with fellow readers and and learn about local book clubs.
Fire Departments Conducting Live Fire Training February 18 and 19
This training is an opportunity to observe fire behavior in all stages of fire growth and gain valuable knowledge and practical experience while being supervised by certified fire officers.
City Announces Retail Revival Partnership with eBay
“I am looking forward to our partnership with eBay and assisting our local entrepreneurs expand their business to an online marketplace open around the clock,” said Mayor Vaughan.
The Drama Center Holds Auditions for “Purlie” February 11-12
Actors 16 and older are invited to try out for this fast-paced musical.
Guilford Metro 9-1-1 Earns International Re-accreditations
GM 9-1-1 is one of only two Fire Aces in the world that have been re-accredited five times.
Greensboro Launches Third Cycle of Participatory Budgeting
Submit your idea for how to spend City funds. Idea collection runs through March 31.
City Releases 2016 Housing Bond Progress Report
As of December 31, 2018, 514 units with $80 million of investment from private and other funds for these housing development projects have been completed.
New All-electric City Buses Roll Out January 31
Greensboro is the first city in the state to deploy these emission-free buses in its fleet.
Sustainability is Topic of February 2 Comprehensive Plan Discussion
Sustainability is a comprehensive way of thinking about, creating and implementing plans.
Two Businesses Permitted to Offer Scooters for Rent
Scooters will begin being deployed around the City January 28.
City Offers Assistance to Federal Employees
The City of Greensboro is offering various methods of assistance to federal employees affected by the government shutdown.
Library Invites Public Voting for One City, One Book Selection
Vote for the 2019 One City, One Book community read title.
City Launches Housing and Employment Program Called Welcome HOME
The program’s key components are securing housing, providing housing financial assistance, and matching participants to jobs.