GREENSBORO, NC -- (November 19, 2009) -- Today at 2 pm, Greensboro Transit Authority (GTA) will hold a groundbreaking for the new Maintenance and Operations Facility and Administrative Offices. Located at 223 W. Meadowview Rd., the event marks the end of several years of visionary planning and the start of physical construction to upgrade GTA operational and support space.
Due to multiple events at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex Sunday, November 22, which are expected to draw capacity crowds, the City has issued a traffic alert for the area.
Public Invited to Community Meeting on Allocation of New American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Bonds
Guilford County and the cities of Greensboro and High Point invite property owners and developers to a meeting on the topic Monday, November 23, at 4 pm at Jamestown Town Hall, 301 E. Main St. in Jamestown.
Enjoy the splendor of fall by taking a guided nature hike on Owl's Roost Trail at Bur-Mil Park from 9 am to 12 noon Saturday, November 21.
An informational workshop on the proposed realignment of Lowdermilk Street and Sykes Avenue and the closure of the Pine Street railroad crossing is scheduled.
A public meeting to discuss streetscape improvements to High Point Road/West Lee Street takes place from 5:30-7:30 pm Wednesday, November 11, at Greensboro Coliseum Special Events Center's Meeting Room 2, 1921 W. Lee St.
Lake Higgins Watershed Park has the sale for you. It's called "Fall into the Outdoors" and it will be held from 10 am to 3 pm Saturday, November 14 at the lake. The event is free and open to the public. Items for sale will range from sporting gear to boats.
Due to multiple events at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex this weekend, November 6-8, which are expected to draw capacity crowds, the City has issued a traffic alert for the area. Patrons of the events are advised to arrive early and carpool if possible.
Get in the holiday spirit by volunteering for the Greensboro Mayor’s Committee for Persons with Disabilities’ 24th annual shopping event.
The City of Greensboro invites the public to attend “Where the Money is Going: A Stimulus Funding Update” on Thursday, November 12, from 2-4 pm at the Greensboro Historical Museum, 130 Summit Ave.
Two City of Greensboro employees, Dr. Anthony Wade and Yamile Walker, both of the City’s Human Relations Department, were recently selected to top ranking positions with the National Association of Human Rights Workers (NAHRW)
The Friends of the Greensboro Public Library will hold its semi-annual used book sale from 9 am to 2 pm Saturday, November 7, at Central Library, 219 North Church St.
Due to multiple events at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex today and tomorrow, October 30-31, which are expected to draw capacity crowds, the City has issued a traffic alert for the area.
Beginning at 9 am Monday, October 26, one lane of eastbound Wendover Avenue between Westover Terrace and Battleground Avenue will be closed for repaving.
The City of Greensboro has been recognized by the League of American Bicyclists as a Bronze level Bicycle Friendly Community. Greensboro is the fourth city in the state to be awarded this distinction.
The City of Greensboro has today released its new Land Development Ordinance (LDO) - Public Hearing Draft and it can be reviewed online.
"Teen Summit in 3D: Dating, Drugs and Other Dilemmas" is the theme of this year's Youth First Teen Summit scheduled for 8:30 am to 4 pm Monday, October 26, at the Greensboro Coliseum Special Events Center.
The Guilford JobLink Career Centers recently completed the Malcolm Baldrige Quality Awards Criteria, standards that use a private-sector model for doing customer-focused business, and received Level III chartering status, the highest level of chartering awarded by the state Division of Workforce Development.
Visit the City of Greensboro’s interactive zoning map at www.greensboro-nc.gov/ldo to view the latest information related to the proposed rezoning.