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:
Thank you to those who were able to attend the Public Meetings for Phase 2 on April 27, 2015. Over 60 people attended and shared questions and comments about the 50% design for the revised plan for Phase 2 of the Downtown Greenway. Click here to review the responses to the questions and comments posed at the public meetings and on the surveys.
We will have the 100% plans for Phase 2 completed in October and expect construction to begin in late summer 2016. Go to the complete construction timeline.
The plans for the next section of the Downtown Greenway on Bragg Street between South Eugene and Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard will be available at the Public Meeting on September 30th. If you are unable to attend the meetings, click here to review the plans.
Please share your comments or questions with us on the attached survey by October 15th.
How do you use social media? In the Downtown Greenway's efforts to create a better community connection, we're looking for your input to help us provide the information you want when you want it. Please take a few moments to complete this quick Social Media survey. All who take the survey will be entered into a free entry to the Run 4 the Greenway on September 6th. The deadline for responses is July 31st. Thanks for your help and continued support!
Action Greensboro held their annual Groundbreakers Meeting on October 7, focused on Creative Connections for Economic Development. Here's a list of the topics discussed:
The Downtown Greenway
Downtown University Campus
Is Greensboro Ready for a Bike Share Program? Update on the work of the Bike Share Task Force over the last five months.
Click here to find out more about a possible bike share program for Greensboro.
Questions? Contact Dabney Sanders by email at email@example.com.
If you were unable to attend the Public Meetings on April 10 and 11, you still have a chance to share your thoughts about the 50% Design Plans for Phase 2 (Murrow Boulevard and Lee Street to Fisher/Greene) and on the proposed design of the Tradition Cornerstone by Harries & Héder. Click here to take the survey. Comments can be submitted online through Friday, April 26. We appreciate your input!
To review the 50% design plans for Phase 2, please click each document below:
Phase 2 Plans-Exhibit 1
Phase 2 Plans-Exhibit 2
Rendering of Phase 2
To view the design of the Tradition Cornerstone by Harries & Héder, click here.
If you have questions, please contact Dabney Sanders, Project Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to all who gave input at both community meetings and the online survey on the design for Phase 3/2E, Phase 2 Summit/Murrow interchange, and Phase 1B*. The survey results are in and we are please to share them. Click here to see the survey results.
Special thanks to Project Greenway Leaders for a passionate and compelling
editorial, Project Greenway Investment Worth Every Dollar Spent, in this
Sunday's Greensboro News & Record.
To read the full article, click here.
Project Greenway is a recently formed citizen advocacy group supporting economic
development in Greensboro through the creation of the Downtown Greenway.
The Downtown Greenway and Greensboro Department of Transportation hosted a public meeting on May 19, 2011 to present preliminary design proposals for Phase 2E and 3A. After review of the proposed plans, the public was able to provide feedback via a survey both in person and online. The survey results have been compiled for public review. You can review the summary here.
The Downtown Greenway and Greensboro Department of Transportation hosted a public meeting on May 19, 2011 to present preliminary design proposals for Phase 2E and 3A. If you missed the meeting and still want to give feedback, please review the plans here and take this quick survey! The survey will be available online until June 1.