Monthly Archives: January 2013

Tree Ordinance Review Committee to Meet in February

The Greensboro City Council Tree Ordinance Review Committee will meet at the following dates and times in the Council Chamber: Monday, Feb. 4, 10 a.m. to Noon Monday, Feb. 11, 3:30 to 5 p.m. Monday, Feb. 25, 3:30 to 5 p.m. See the attached for additional information: … Continue reading

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Matrix of Tree Ordinances

Attached is the matrix of tree pruning ordinances that Greensboro City staff prepared for the Greensboro City Council and the Tree Ordinance Work Group. This matrix compares tree pruning ordinances in nearby cities. Utility Tree Pruning Comparison

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Students, Residents Can Text Crime Tips

Greensboro/Guilford County Crime Stoppers have announced that students and anyone with a phone with texting capabilities can send crime tips to 274637 (CRIMES). To indicate that the information is about campus crime in the Greensboro area, tipsters must enter the … Continue reading

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Utility Tree Trimming

The City of Greensboro Tree Trimming and Removal Practices Work Team presented the following presentation at the Jan. 15, 2013 City Council Meeting. Tree Practices Update 1-15-13 The City Council is working to revise the tree protection ordinance and anticipates presenting the revised … Continue reading

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Free Presentation: Secrets of College Hill

On April 20, 2013, Preservation Greensboro will present “The Secrets of College Hill.” Learn about the history and architecture of the historic College Hill neighborhood. As one of the Gate City’s oldest neighborhoods, College Hill features some of the oldest … Continue reading

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College Hill House Tour, May 18-19 2013

Preservation Greensboro’s Third Annual Tour of Historic Homes will feature the  College Hill neighborhood.  Participants can tour nineteenth century homes that highlight interesting architecture, design ideas, and local history. Festivites begin for Patron Pass holders on Thursday, May 16 with … Continue reading

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