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.
The Downtown Greenway and Greensboro Department of Transportation will host a public meeting on May 19, 2011 from 12:00–2:00 pm and 5:00–7:00 pm to present preliminary design proposals for Phases 2E and 3A. Join us in the Haywood-Duke Room at Holy Trinity Church, located at 607 N. Greene Street in Greensboro.
Phase 2E runs along Fisher Avenue between Greene Street and Eugene Street. Phase 3A runs along Eugene Street from Fisher Avenue to Smith Street.
For more information on the event, click here.
The next section of the Downtown Greenway is under construction and is full of exciting art elements—from lights to sculpture! Check out these highlighted features in the Sunday, May 1 issue of the Greensboro News & Record. You can read the full article here.
Help us break ground on the next section of the Downtown Greenway! In conjunction with the Great American Clean Up, help us clean the area and enjoy a family friendly lunch and celebration with hot dogs, music, kids' activities, and more!
Saturday, April 2, 2011 from 11:00 am–1:30 pm on the Downtown Greenway, Intersection of Spring Garden & South Edgeworth Streets (no rain date)
The Downtown Greenway will host a public meeting on Tuesday, January 25 from 12:00–2:00 pm and 5:00–7:00 pm to view preliminary design proposals for the railroad underpass public art project.
Join us on Tuesday at the action Greensboro offices (317 South Elm Street, Downtown Greensboro). On-street parking is available as well as in the parking lot across the street. Both Jim Gallucci and Scott Richardson will present and discuss their proposal for The Downtown Greenway Railroad Underpass Public Art Collaboration, a public art project that involves the creative renovation of an abandoned underpass located between Spring Garden and Lee Streets along Freeman Mill Road.
Click here for more information.
A drop-in public meeting will be held on Thursday, July 29 from 12:00–2:00 pm and 5:00–7:00 pm at the old bingo hall (421 West Smith Street) to receive public comments on the functional design for Phase 3 of the Downtown Greenway.
Artist Juan Logan begins work on Grounded Here, the piece commissioned to commemorate the important history of Ashe Street and the Warnersville community.
Artist Brower Hatcher completes work on The Gateway of the Open Book Cornerstone. This piece includes Brower’s framework with embedded items created by local artist Frank Russell in collaboration with students from the Warnersville neighborhood, Jones Elementary School, and Smith High School. This piece will be stored in Rhode Island until the site is ready for installation, which is expected in Fall 2010.
The 2010 Greensboro city budget includes $1,482,196 allocated for the Downtown Greenway, which allows for the construction of Phase 1A and the Eugene Street Pedestrian Refuge Island, as well as continued design work on the remaining sections of the Greenway. This 2010 budget is a partial allocation of the $7 million in funds approved by voters for the Greenway in the 2008 Street Improvement Bonds.