Sewer Line Smoke Testing Project Begins November 14
The smoke is non-toxic, non-staining, white to gray in color, has a slight odor, and creates no fire hazard.
Celebrate the Season with City-sponsored Holiday Events
Here are all the Thanksgiving feasts, winter festivals, and trips to visit Santa you need from now to New Year.
Applications now Being Accepted for Greensboro Police Citizens’ Academy
Eligible Greensboro residents over the age of 18 can apply through December 7.
“Recycle Right” Campaign Reaches More Than 5K Households
More than 5,000 times, people didn’t follow the City’s recycling rules.
City Celebrates Arbor Day November 16
This planting helps the City meet criteria for designation as a Tree City USA by the National Arbor Day Foundation.
Free Kundalini Yoga Classes Tuesdays at Caldcleugh
The classes are designed to be practiced by people of all ages and abilities.
Lake Higgins Stocks Hatchery Pond with Trout on November 16
The pond will be open for fishing that same day.
City Council Recognizes ‘No Straw November’
City encourages residents and businesses to limit the use of single-use plastics.
Boxing Gym Hosts Community Meetings November 16 and December 14
Boxing center and recreation center patrons are invited to drop in any time to tell Parks and Recreation staff what they think about the gym.
Fall OPUS Concert Series Begins November 11
The Music Center will offer six free concerts through December 2.
City Hosts Job Readiness Fair on November 14
City staff and recruiters will be on site to assist anyone interested in how to navigate the application process and discuss current and future job openings.