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Downtown Parking Decks
The City of Greensboro is working with local developers to secure two new parking decks in downtown. The decks will support new jobs and increased activity in the downtown, as well as planned hotels and office buildings.
Public Input Requested
The City’s existing capacity use fee for new development may be replaced with a system development fee.
City Announces Storm-Related Closures and Delays for Thursday, April 19
Parks and Recreation facilities will operate on their regular schedules today, with a few exceptions.
April 18 Storm Recovery Update
Staff from across the City and partner agencies continued to make progress on storm recovery efforts.
Three Major Streets Remain Partially Closed As Storm Response Continues
Six thoroughfares were able to reopen today, but major and smaller roads will continue to be closed.
Disaster Resource Center Opening April 19
Staff will be on hand to perform an initial needs assessment of the community.
City and Guilford County Release Preliminary Damage Numbers from Tornado
Of the structures hit, 199 are either completely destroyed or suffered major damage.
Next City Council Meeting is April 24
A council work session begins at 3 pm, followed at 5:30 pm by the regular meeting.
Update on Continued Progress after April 15 Tornado
The White Street Landfill will operate seven-days-a-week until otherwise noted.
Yard Waste Rules Relaxed, Landfill Fees Waived for Post-Storm Cleanup
Yard waste rules will be eased for eastern Greensboro homes. Landfill yard waste fees will be waived for all City residents.
Emergency Shelter Moving to Windsor Recreation Center Tonight
Shuttle service will be provided between Glenwood Recreation Center and Windsor beginning at 5:30 pm.
History Museum Honors Dolley Madison with Release of Children’s Book April 19
Celebrating Dolley Madison’s 250th birthday, Museum publishes children’s book, "What Would Dolley Do?" with release party at 11 am, Thursday, April 19.
City Adds Ways to Offer Services and Donations for Tornado Recovery
In addition to potential volunteer opportunities, the United Way of Greater Greensboro, Goodwill and the Interactive Resource Center are all accepting donations to help residents in need.