Category: Community Input

Final Design Plans for Phase 4 of the Downtown Greenway

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If you were unable to attend the Public Meetings for Phase 4 on November 30, you can still review the plans and leave comments.   Click here to review the plans.  Click here to take the short survey and share your comments.  Deadline for comments is December 15. Phase 4 consists of the railroad corridor along the western edge of downtown heading northwest from Spring Garden Street to just north of Benjamin Parkway and the Mitchell Water Treatment Plant. The design plans are at the 75% stage of completion; this is the last opportunity to provide feedback before the final plans are complete.

Get in the Holiday Spirit by voting for the Downtown Greenway Holiday Tree at Well-Spring Retirement Community Tree Contest

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The Downtown Greenway has been invited to participate in this year’s Well Spring Tree Decorating Contest.  The decorated trees from 12 local non-profits will be displayed in Well Spring’s lobby beginning at their Opening Reception on November 30th through December 13th.  The public is invited to stop by Well Spring from November 30-December 13 between 8:00 am-8:00 pm to view all the trees and vote for the tree that they like the best (and of course we hope that you vote for the Downtown Greenway tree!).  Well Spring Retirement Community is located at 4100 Well Spring Drive off of Battleground Avenue on the north side of Greensboro. Voting Guidelines: The voting is open to the general public. People may come out to vote daily from 8 a.m.-8 p.m. through December 13 People may visit as many times as they want to vote – but NO MORE THAN ONE VISIT PER DAY. Each visit, they get up to 3 votes – and they can use their votes however they wish. For example, on a visit they might want to use all 3 votes for the same tree, or they may divide their votes between 2 or 3 trees Each participating organization automatically receives $500. The organization’s tree that receives the most votes will win an additional $2,000 from Well-Spring. A sneak peek of the Downtown Greenway tree…..

Public Meeting for Phase 4 to review 75% design plans

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Join us for drop-in Public Meetings for Phase 4 on Thursday, November 30 from 11:30-1 pm and 4:30-6 pm at The Public at Morehead Foundry located at 433-105 Spring Garden Street. The focus of this meeting will be on the railroad corridor along the western edge of downtown heading northwest from Spring Garden Street to just north of Benjamin Parkway and the Mitchell Water Treatment Plant. The public is invited to review the designs at the 75% stage of completion. Representatives from Kimley-Horn, GDOT, and Action Greensboro will be present to explain, answer questions and receive comments. There will be no formal presentation. This is the last opportunity to provide feedback before the final plans are complete.  

50% Design Plans available for review for Phase 1c from MLK Jr. Drive to Gate City Blvd.

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50% Design Plans for Phase 1c from Martin Luther King Jr. Drive to Gate City Blvd. are available for review and comments.  Public meetings were held on August 22 for 50% design plans of Phase 1c on the Downtown Greenway.  To review the plans presented by the City of Greensboro and watch the on-line meeting, go to the City's website.  Please provide feedback and comments by taking the on-line survey.  Deadline for comments is September 12, 2017. Questions? Please contact: Deniece Conway 336.373.4501 deniece.conway@greensboro-nc.gov Dabney Sanders 336.387.8355 dsanders@actiongreensboro.org // //

50% Design Plans for Phase 4 available for review and comments

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  Public meetings were held on August 15 for 50% Design plans of Phase 4 of the Downtown Greenway.  To review the plans presented by design firm Kimley-Horn and the City of Greensboro, go to the City's website here. To view the enhancement options presented by Kimley-Horn click here. Please provide feedback and comments by taking the on-line survey.  Deadline for comments is September 5, 2017. Questions?  Please contact: Deniece Conway 336.373.4501 deniece.conway@greensboro-nc.gov Dabney Sanders 336.387.8353 dsanders@actiongreensboro.org

Phase 4 Public Meetings set for August 15

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Join us for drop-in Public Meetings for Phase 4 on Tuesday, August 15 from 11:30-1 pm and 4:30-6 pm at The Public at Morehead Foundry located at 433-105 Spring Garden Street. The focus of this meeting will be on the railroad corridor along the western edge of downtown heading northwest from Spring Garden Street to just north of Benjamin Parkway and the Mitchell Water Treatment Plant. The public is invited to review the designs at the 50% stage of completion. Representatives from Kimley-Horn, GDOT, and Action Greensboro will be present to explain, answer questions and receive comments. There will be no formal presentation. Click here for flyer and map of the phase.

Public Meeting scheduled for August 22 for Phase 1c along Bragg Street

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Public meetings to review 50% design of Phase 1c along Bragg Street have been set for Tuesday, August 22nd from 4:30-6 pm at New Zion Missionary Baptist Church located at 408 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive.  Parking will be available in the church parking lot.  Members of the project team will be available to answer questions and feedback received from the public will be used to fine-tune the design. Questions?  Contact Dabney Sanders at dsanders@actiongreensboro.org.

It’s Not Easy Being Green ‘People’s Choice’ Award announced

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Thanks to all who participated in the It's Not Easy Being Green holiday photo contest to support businesses affected by the construction of the Downtown Greenway on North Eugene Street.  A winner on social media was picked each week and received a $50 gift card from one of the four businesses: Crafted the Art of Street Food, Joymongers Brewing Company, Preyer Brewing Company & Deep Roots Market.          And the 'People's Choice' Award for the photo with the most 'likes' on social media is...... Congratulations to the winner of the 'People's Choice ' Award with a $25 gift card from each of the businesses.  Thanks to everyone who participated in the contest and came out to support local this holiday season!  Keep shopping local at all of our great restaurants and businesses downtown.