All City RSS Feeds

Print
Press Enter to show all options, press Tab go to next option
  • Market and Elm Streets Closed October 19

    Market Street, from Greene Street to Elm Street, and Elm Street, from Market Street to Friendly Avenue, will be closed from 3-6 pm, Saturday, October 19, to allow for a roof repair. Motorists should use alternate routes to avoid the work area....

  • Request for Proposals for Housing Counseling and Loan Underwriting Services

    The Neighborhood Development Department is seeking to contract with a nonprofit organization to provide HUD-approved housing counseling and loan underwriting services for the City's Housing Connect GSO Down Payment Assistance Program and Guilford...

  • November 20 “Mixer” Planned for MWBE Businesses

    Wanted: Small minority- and women-owned businesses interested in learning about City government construction and information technology projects in the pipeline. If your business is one of these, you’re invited to a mixer from 6-8 pm Wednesday,...

  • Downtown Greenway Showcases Artists' Proposals for New Public Art

    The Downtown Greenway has chosen four artists as finalists for the Freedom Cornerstone , to be built near Murrow Boulevard and Gate City Boulevard. Presentations from each of the artists about their work and their vision for designing the...

  • History Museum Presents Program on Cone Sisters

    The Greensboro History Museum presents “Dr. Claribel and Miss Etta in North Carolina” at 5:30 pm, Tuesday, October 22 at 130 Summit Ave. Learn more about the avant-garde sisters of Cone Mills founders Moses and Ceasar Cone. Dianna Cameron, Curator...

  • City Responds About 1,4 Dioxane Release

    Since 2014, 1,4-dioxane has become a topic of discussion and concern in North Carolina among certain municipal wastewater dischargers and the state's Division of Water Resources (DWR). The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) included 1,4-dioxane as...

  • Greensboro Transit Agency Hosts Rider Focus Groups October 30 and November 6

    Greensboro Transit Agency will host a SCAT Rider Focus Group scheduled Wednesday, October 30 and a Fixed-Route Rider Focus Group Wednesday, November 6. Both will take place from 5:30 to 7:00 pm at the Central Branch Library, 219 N. Church St. Your...

  • Comments Welcomed on Draft Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice

    Residents are encouraged to review the draft Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice (AI) now through November 15 and send written or verbal comments to Caitlin Bowers, Neighborhood Development Department's community development analyst,...

  • City Grants Available for Lead Paint Hazard Reduction

    The City’s Neighborhood Development Department is recognizing National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week – October 20-26 – by reminding residents of its Lead Safe Housing Program. Are children under six living or frequently visiting your house or...

  • Griffin Dog Park Opens October 27

    Greensboro Parks and Recreation will host a celebratory grand opening for the new dog park at Griffin Community Park from 2-4 pm, Sunday, October 27, 5301 Hilltop Rd. The project includes a fenced, two-acre shaded area for dogs of all sizes, a...

  • October 25 Ribbon-Cutting Officially Opens 60-Unit Family Apartment Complex

    A grand opening event and ribbon-cutting ceremony is planned for 10 am Friday, October 25, at Ryan Ridge Apartments, the City’s first multi-family housing project funded by 2016 housing bond money and low-income housing tax credits. Located at...

  • The Drama Center Presets “Stage Fright! An Evening of Short Horror Plays”

    The Drama Center presents, “Stage Fright! An Evening of Short Horror Plays” by local playwrights.  Performances will be held at 6:30 pm Thursday, October 24; 8 pm, Friday, October 25 and Saturday, October 26, and 2 pm Sunday, October 27, at...

  • Youth Basketball Registration is Now Underway

    Greensboro Parks and Recreation youth basketball registration is now underway for children ages 5-16 at all community recreation centers except Trotter.ccc Regular season games will begin in January. Children will be placed on teams based...

  • Next City Council Meeting is October 15

    https://greensboro.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx

  • Free Community Music Event October 20 in Center City Park

    A free community music event called Center City Night of Inspiration, promoting peace and positivity, will take place from 4-6 pm, Sunday, October 20 in Center City Park, 200 N. Elm St. The event features live performances from three-time White House...

  • Former HUD Leader Cisneros is PLANIT GSO’s Next Guest Speaker

    How can cities promote economic mobility, advance equity and drive growth? This is the overarching topic of the next PLANIT GSO guest speaker, Henry Cisneros. The former US Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary under president Bill Clinton,...

  • Councilmember Thurm Hosts October 21 District 5 Town Hall Meeting

    Greensboro City Council District 5 representative, Tammi Thurm, is hosting a town hall meeting from 6-7:30 pm, Monday, October 21 at the Griffin Recreation Center, 5301 Hilltop Rd. Mayor Nancy Vaughan and At-Large Councilmember Marikay Abuzuatier...

  • Parks and Recreation Hosts Aggie FanFest October 25-27

    Greensboro Parks and Recreation will host Aggie FanFest October 25-27 at War Memorial Stadium, 501 Yanceyville St. This free festival will feature more 100 vendors selling unique food, beverages and apparel, live music, a family fun area with bounce...

  • Teen Auditions for “Twelfth Night” October 14-15

    The Drama Center will hold auditions for actors ages 13-18 for its next show, a shortened version of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night,” 5:30-7:30 pm, October 14 and 15 in the Stephen D. Hyers Theatre at Greensboro Cultural Center, 200 N. Davie...

  • City Councilmember Outling Hosts October 11 “Java with Justin”

    Greensboro City Council District 3 representative, Justin Outling, is hosting a “Java with Justin” meeting at 8:30 am, Friday, October 11 at Dolce Aroma, 233 N. Elm St. The community meeting provides an opportunity for District 3 residents to meet...

  • O’Ferrell Street Close October 7-11

    O’Ferrell Street, from Maybrook Drive to Naco Road, will be closed from 9 am to 4 pm Monday October 7 to Friday October 11 for water and sewer work.  Drivers should avoid the area.

  • The Drama Center Presents “The Princess and the Goblin” October 25-27

    The Drama Center presents “The Princess and the Goblin,” 7:30 pm. Friday, October 25; 11 am and 2 pm Saturday, October 26, and 2 pm Sunday, October 27, in the Odell Auditorium at Greensboro College, 815 W. Market St. Tickets are $8 and can be...

  • Sportsplex Reopens October 7

    The Greensboro Sportsplex’s floor resurfacing and other maintenance projects are nearly complete. The facility will reopen to the public Monday, October 7.  Fall and winter hours for the Sportsplex are 9 am to 10 pm weekdays and 9 am to 6 pm...

  • City Hosts Final Community Meeting for Police Chief Input on October 7

    The City of Greensboro is hosting its final public comment meeting regarding the hiring of the next chief of police at 6:30 pm, Monday, October 7 at the Shiloh Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, 1210 S. Eugene St. An online survey from Developmental...

  • Library Explores South African Music with One City, One Book Event

    To celebrate One City, One Book and its South African setting, the Greensboro Public Library is hosting Uplifting Voices: The Music of South Africa at 7 pm, Thursday, October 10 at the Greensboro History Museum, 130 Summit Ave. Kumbirai Khosawill,...

  • City Seeks Residents’ Opinions of E-scooters and Other Micromobility Devices

    Greensboro Department of Transportation (GDOT) is surveying residents about micromobility as it reevaluates its electric scooter pilot program. Residents can take the survey online.  GDOT will include the survey results in a report about this...

  • English & Spanish Videos Available About US Census 2020 Questions

    US Census 2020 is coming soon and it’s important to all Greensboro residents because this census count affects how much federal funding our city gets for various programs for the next 10 years. But what is this citizenship question people have been...

  • Police Partners with Law Offices to Offer Child Safety Seat Clinic

    On October 8,  the Greensboro Police Department is offering a child safety seat clinic from 10 am to 1 pm at the offices of Egerton & Associates, 230 N. Eugene St. This free event will feature child passenger safety technicians teaching...

  • Clifton Road Closed October 7

    Clifton Road from Watkins Street to Cranbrook Street will be closed from 9 am to 4 pm, Monday October 7, to allow for a crane to be set up. Motorists should use alternate routes to avoid the work area.

  • Caldcleugh Hosts Arugula Cooking Class October 15

    The Caldcleugh Organic Outreach Garden presents “Arugula: More than Just Salads,” a cooking class, 6:30-7:30 pm, Tuesday, October 15, at the Caldcleugh Multicultural Arts Center, 1700 Orchard St. This class is free, with a suggested donation of $5....

  • Participatory Budgeting Draws Record Number of Voters; Voting Ends October 31

    A record number of residents have participated in this year’s Participatory Budgeting (PB) Greensboro Cycle 3 voting. More than 2,400 residents aged 14 and older have voted how to spend $100,000 in City funds in their City Council District since...

  • Fall Recycling Rodeo Scheduled for October 5

    The City of Greensboro and Destiny Christian Center are partnering to provide a free drop-off event for hard to recycle items from 8 am to 2 pm, Saturday, October 5, at 343 W. Meadowview Rd. in the parking lot. This event is open to all...

  • Celebrate Halloween 2019 with the City of Greensboro

    Enjoy the Halloween season with the following free City of Greensboro-sponsored festivals and dances, theater, fun activities for kids and teens, craft classes for all ages, and children’s storytimes. All events and activities are free unless...

  • Greensboro Wins CSO50 Award for Cyber Security

    The City of Greensboro recently won a CSO50 Award by CSO, a security media brand and website that specializes in IT and corporate security, compliance and risk concerns. This honor is bestowed upon a select group of organizations that have...

  • Children’s Theater Presents “The Pirate’s Jules” October 11-12, 18-19

    The Drama Center is expanding its Children’s Theater program to include a new series of interactive plays for young audiences and their families, beginning with “The Pirate’s Jules” at 9:30 am, October 11, 12, 18 and 19 in the Stephen D. Hyers...

  • Brown Recreation Center Hosts Financial Education Class October 14

    Brown Recreation Center, along with Financial Education Partners, will host a free financial seminar from 6:30-7:30 pm, Monday, October 14, at the center, 302 E. Vandalia Rd.  This session will help adults become more fiscally fit and...

  • Next City Council Meeting is October 2

    https://greensboro.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx

  • City Posts Current and Upcoming Board and Commission Vacancies

    As of the end of September, the City boards and commissions listed below now have a vacancy or will soon have one. If you are interested in applying to join one of these boards or commissions, learn more by visiting this Web page. Questions? Call the...

  • Sewer Rehabilitation Project to Close Several Roads Beginning September 30

    From Monday, September 30, through Friday, October 18, the following areas will have occasional lane closures due to sewer rehabilitation work. These closures are part of the North Buffalo Rehabilitation Project. Day Lane Closures from 9 am to 4...

  • Additional Community Meetings Planned for Police Chief Input

    The City of Greensboro has added two additional community meetings for public comment regarding the hiring of the next chief of police. The first additional meeting is at 5:30 pm, Monday, September 30 at the Barber Park Event Center, 1502 Barber Park...

  • Spring Garden Street Closure Begins September 30

    Beginning Monday morning, September 30, two blocks of Spring Garden Street from S. Edgeworth Street to S. Spring Street will be closed due to maintenance and repair work of the Freeman Mill bridges that run above Spring Garden. Also closed will be...

  • City Councilmember Wells Hosts October 3 Town Hall Meeting

    Greensboro City Council District 2 representative, Dr. Goldie Wells, is hosting a town hall meeting from 6:30-8 pm, Thursday, October 3 at the Greensboro History Museum, 130 Summit Ave. The town hall is open to all Greensboro residents. The City’s...

  • The Drama Center Offers Discount for Fall Theatre Education Classes

    The Drama Center will offer its fall theatre education classes for the discount price of $50 each. The regular cost is $90-95. Register online. Fall Courses: Time for Technique Mondays 7-8:30 pm, September 23 to November 18 Ages 13 and up Serious...

  • Water and Sewer Rehabilitation Projects Affect Local Lane Closures

    The following lanes are closed due to Water and Sewer Rehabilitation Projects. Holden Road from Patterson Street to Wendover Avenue - from 9 am to 4 pm daily through Friday, October 4, occasional lane closures will take place for the...

  • Adult Basketball Registration Now Underway

    Greensboro Parks and Recreation is now accepting registrations for the 2019-2020 Women’s and Men’s Adult Basketball League. Participants for both leagues must be 18 years old. Registration ends October 31. Register online. For the Women’s League...

  • W. Friendly Avenue and N. Greene Street Lane Closures Underway

    Due to emergency pipe repair, W. Friendly Avenue westbound from N. Davie Street to Commerce Place and N. Greene Street southbound from Sternberger Place and W. Market Street have lanes closed. The repair work, which began Sunday, September 22, is...

  • E. Friendly Avenue/S. Greene Intersection Set to Close September 22

    From 7 am to 4 pm Sunday, September 22, the intersection of E. Friendly Avenue and S. Greene Street will be closed due work that is part of the North Buffalo Rehabilitation Project. Signs and traffic cones will be in place. Motorists are encouraged...

  • City Census Web Page Adds Printable Fliers for Public Use

    To help you find basic information about the upcoming US Census 2020, the City has published this Web page with facts and links from official federal and state census-related websites. On this page, you will find commonly asked questions...

  • S. Josephine Boyd Street Lane Closure Set for September 19

    From 8 am to 5 pm Thursday, September 19, one southbound lane of S. Josephine Boyd Street from Walker Avenue to Morton Street will be closed due to manhole repair work, weather permitting. Motorists can expect delays and are encouraged to use...

  • Brandt Street Lane Closures Begin September 18

    Beginning at 9 am Wednesday, September 18, Brandt Street from its intersection with Immanuel Road to its intersection with W. Meadowview Road will have occasional lane closures due to waterline rehabilitation. The job will continue daily from 9 am to...