Greensboro City Council
Staffing shortages at the Greensboro police department are limiting the number of officers available for city events. With 120 vacancies in the department, finding assistance with safety and traffic management for special events is becoming increasingly difficult in the Gate City.
Greensboro offers to pay aviation company $1,000 per job it creates
The Greensboro City Council has agreed to pay an aerospace company $1,000 for each local job it creates, should it build a new facility in Guilford County.
Home Repair Greensboro set to assist low-income homeowners
Greensboro City Council has signed off on a new program to address the repair needs of low-income homeowners.
Greensboro City Council clashes over how to spend remaining pandemic relief funds
Greensboro’s City Council is weighing how to spend federal funds from the American Rescue Plan Act. The city received a total of about $59 million in ARPA funding. Nearly $32 million of that is left.
Homelessness advocates raise concerns over Greensboro ordinances
Greensboro rent prices have jumped nearly 24% in one year
Rent prices are continuing to increase in Greensboro, prompting some residents to ask the city council for relief.
GSO extends Cure Violence as advocates push for more amid questions over program's effectiveness
A highly touted initiative to address violent crime was just renewed for funding by the Greensboro City Council.
Greensboro City Council agrees on new district maps, despite conflicting recommendations
Greensboro's City Council agreed on a new city district map during a meeting Tuesday, and the choice went against the recommendations of a citizens' redistricting committee.
Greensboro City Council Passes New $620M Budget
The Greensboro City Council unanimously approved a new city budget at this week's meeting.