If you missed the strawberries in May, there are now pears growing on the trees at Meeting Place at Tradition Cornerstone! Stop by and pick a pear, but please pick just one so others may enjoy them too.
Meeting Place is located at the corner of Smith and Prescott Streets in downtown Greensboro. Click here for a map.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
The City of Greensboro is testing stormwater tree wells on the newly constructed section of the Downtown Greenway on West Smith Street at the Greenway at Fisher Park Apartments. The tree wells will improve water quality by filtering and cleaning rainwater runoff through specially constructed soil in the tree well. For more information on this 'green' stormwater treatment system, click here to view the recent article in the Greensboro News & Record.
According to Time Magazine, "The future of garbage is greener, cleaner, smarter and cheaper to pick up." Learn more about how the Downtown Greenway is staying on the forefront of this trend with our BigBelly solar panel trash cans. Read the full Time Magazine article here, and see a BigBelly in action at the Downtown Greenway Morehead Park Trailhead Parking!