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Promoting quality growth throughout Greensboro with professional and knowledgeable staff, outstanding customer service, and innovative problem-solving.

The Planning Department is charged with promoting the sound growth and development of the City of Greensboro. We work with our residents, businesses and community partners to create a vision for the future of Greensboro, lead programs that strengthen neighborhoods, encourage economic development and support our quality of life.  

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MMOB Third Floor
Management, Zoning Administration, Historic Preservation, Comprehensive Planning, Neighborhood and Strategic Planning

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Development Services

Historic Preservation Commission Meeting

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Access MMOB for this meeting via the Greene Street entrance, no earlier than 30 minutes before meeting start time.

 

The Historic Preservation Commission is a nine-member board appointed by the City Council that meets the last Wednesday of each month. They review applications for Certificates of Appropriateness to ensure that changes to buildings and the neighborhood setting in Greensboro's three local Historic Districts meet Historic District Guidelines. The commission also advises the City Council on historic preservation matters.

Member must be qualified based on interest or experience in history, architecture, archaeology, or related fields.


Any individual with a disability who needs an interpreter or other auxiliary aids, please contact Olivia Byrd at 336-373-2986. To request services needed, please make the request 3-5 days prior to the meeting/event. For additional information or assistance, please contact Donna Gray, ADA Coordinator at 336-373-2723.

Agenda:May
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