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.
Thanks to all the volunteers who came out on a very windy day on April 2 to kick off the construction of Phase 1A (from Lee Street to Spring Garden Street along Freeman Mill Road). More than 60 volunteers filled 150+ bags with trash and recyclables along this quarter-mile section of the Greenway in conjunction with the Great American Clean Up and Greensboro Beautiful’s city-wide clean up. Your help and enthusiasm are greatly appreciated. Thanks for supporting your Greenway!
The winner of the TREK Bike Raffle was announced at the Action Greensboro Groundbreakers Event on March 17 at the Empire Room in Downtown Greensboro. More than 50 people entered to win the TREK bike, donated by Greensboro's local TREK bike shop, but only one could win! Congrats to Beth Boulton! We can't wait to see you enjoying your bike on the Downtown Greenway!
Sunday, April 3, 2011 from 1:00–5:00 pm on the Downtown Greenway, Intersection of Eugene & Bragg Streets
Greensboro Urban Ministry, in partnership with HealthServe, Greensboro College, The Downtown Greenway, and Warnersville Beautification and Historical Society, will be hosting Festival of Service on Sunday, April 3 on the Greenway. The event will feature local music, free food, and children's games. We'd love to see you there!
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)
Greensboro couldn't be luckier to be getting a Downtown Greenway! We are excited to announce that construction of the next section of the Greenway will begin on March 25!
Join us this St. Patrick's Day to hear an update on the construction plans PLUS ways you can get involved this year.
Thursday, March 17, 2010
The Empire Room
203 South Elm Street in Downtown Greensboro
RSVP by March 12 to Judy Morton at email@example.com or 336.379.0821
And, if you're feeling even more lucky...we'll be raffling off a Trek 3500 Mountain Bike at the meeting on 3/17! Greensboro Trek Bike Shop has generously donated a Trek 3500 bicylce to support the Greenway! All raffle proceeds benefit the Downtown Greenway Endowment Fund. Tickets are $5 each or $20 for 5 tickets. Tickets are on sale at the Greensboro Trek Bike Shop (1209 Battleground Avenue) and will also be on sale at the March 17 meeting.
In a series of public meetings held on January 25, 2011, sculptor Jim Gallucci and lighting designer Scott Richardson presented concepts for their vision of transforming an abandoned railroad underpass sited on the Downtown Greenway between West Lee Street and Spring Garden Road into a public art space. The concept is exciting, and we can't wait to see it completed!
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.
The Downtown Greenway seeks proposals for the second of 12 neighborhood benches to be commissioned for the Downtown Greenway. The newest bench will be located in the Phase 1A section of the Greenway, which runs between West Lee and Spring Garden Streets along the east side of Freeman Mill Road in the southwest section of Downtown Greensboro.