2019 Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast Tickets Sold Out
Anyone who reserved tickets may pick them up at the Melvin Municipal Office Building.
The Drama Center Offers New Season of All Abilities Actors’ Legion
The first meeting will be held February 5.
Fire Department to Conduct Live Fire Training on January 22
This exercise will be the first live training for the 18 fire recruits making up the 72nd Greensboro Fire Department recruit class.
Old Battleground Road Closure Expected to End by February 1
Trench testing is weather-dependent and inclement weather since the beginning of December has affected the project's timeline.
City Issues Statement in Advance of City Workers Union Press Conference
This philosophy ensures that Greensboro’s taxpayers are best served by rewarding employee performance over longevity.
Revised, Proposed Comp Plan Elements Posted Online
The next phase of the process, which has been called PLANIT GSO, is to create strategies and policies for accomplishing the plan.
Vision Zero Greensboro’s Public Transportation Safety Survey Now Underway
Tell us what your biggest safety concerns are. Take the survey by February 1.
Triad Parks and Recreation Departments Host Bridge-Building Competition
Enter to receive your free materials for this February 8 competition.
Next City Council Meeting is January 15
This City Council meeting begins at 5:30 pm Tuesday in Council Chamber, Melvin Municipal Office Building.
History Museum Offers Program on Seeking Peace After World War I
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the start of the Paris Peace Talks that followed the World War I Armistice, the Greensboro History Museum is hosting a special panel discussion, Peacebuilding Post-WWI.
Parks and Recreation Unveils ‘Plan2Play’
Residents have until January 31 to review and comment on the draft Parks and Recreation comprehensive master plan.
Barber Park Event Center and Ruth Wicker Tribute to Women Grand Opening January 25
The exhibit is the first of its kind in North Carolina.
Two City Employees Named Winners of Government Improvement Awards
John Gribble and Keith Watkins were honored today for devised innovative and impactful solutions that improved City’s services or productivity.
City of Greensboro Announces MLK Jr Day Closings
No garbage, recycling, bulk trash, yard waste, or appliance collections take place on Monday, January 21.
Library Welcomes Becoming Dynamic Author Elma Hairston
National presenter and author Elma Hairston will discuss unlocking your potential and becoming dynamic in the marketplace
Youth Baseball Registration Now Underway
For girls and boys 5-14. Register by February 15 to play this spring.
Slow Pitch Softball Registration Now Underway
Men's and Women's leagues will be accepting teams until February 22.
The Drama Center Offers Discount Classes for 50th Anniversary
Take a winter-spring drama class for just $50.
Downtown Greensboro Ribbon Cutting and MLK Jr. Bust Dedication Will Be January 21
The newest phase of the downtown paved loop is now open.