Want to check out the Downtown Greenway on a virtual golf cart tour? Project Manager Dabney Sanders takes you on two golf cart tours of the Downtown Greenway. The first tour is of the open sections that you can explore now on foot or bike. Find out the history behind some of the pieces of public art, the innovative efforts to go green, and some of the economic growth that has developed along the Downtown Greenway. The second golf cart tour is of the sections under construction and along the railtrail on the Downtown Greenway that will soon be under construction. And a SPECIAL sneak peek of artist Thomas Sayre's fascinating work on the West Woods art project on Phase 4.
Click here to take the golf cart tour of the open sections.
Click here to take the golf cart tour of the sections under construction and along the railroad corridor.
Since we could not celebrate on June 6th, we're celebrating National Trails Day with the City of Greensboro Parks & Recreation Department the entire month of June!
Each Monday, we will share videos and pics in an eblast of residents enjoying the Downtown Greenway and other trails in the area and on social media every day. Not receiving our eblasts? Email Laura Lorenz at email@example.com to be added to the list. Click here to go to our Facebook page. You can also see all pics here and videos here. We hope you will get out and find some new trails that you have not experienced before. You can search hundreds of local parks, trails and recreation opportunities in the Piedmont Discovery App. Click here for more info.
We hope you will get out in the month of May to ride your bike on all the trails and greenways in Greenboro while keeping a safe social distance. The City of Greensboro and BIG are offering several events during bike month; see below. Cory Phillips, Executive Director of the Roberts Center at Crumley Roberts shared a short video with us on how to stay safe on the roads and properly fit your bike helmet. Click here to view.
Have you been to Woven Works Park yet? It is located at the corner of Murrow Blvd and Lindsay Street in downtown Greensboro and is the site of the 3rd cornerstone on the Downtown Greenway. There are many cool features on the site-- including an interactive playground. Click here to learn more about Woven Works Park. We were lucky to be able to capture the construction of Woven Works Park with a time lapse video. Click here to watch the video.
Rosemary Plybon hosts This is Greensboro -- a block of programming produced by the City of Greensboro to promote new stories in Greensboro. Rosemary produces the segments about the people, places, and events that make Greensboro a unique and attractive city for residents alike. This is Greensboro airs from 6-8 pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, and at 12 noon on Saturdays and Sundays. Click here to go to the City's website to find out what channels you can find GTN.
Rosemary features the Innovation Cornerstone at Woven Works Park on the Downtown Greenway. Click here to see the entire segment about the park and all of the elements of play that can be found at the third of 4 cornerstones on the Downtown Greenway.
In this video, downtown Greensboro resident Bob Cone shares his views on what the Downtown Greenway means to him and for Greensboro, and why his family wanted to make a gift to the Downtown Greenway project.
In this video, Donald Moore, President and General Manager of the Grasshoppers, shares his views on what the Downtown Greenway means to him and for Greensboro and why the Grasshoppers donated $25,000 to the Downtown Greenway campaign.