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The College Hill Neighborhood Guide
Next Recycling Collection
Recycling and bulk trash are collected every other Friday. The next pickups will be:
- Friday November 3
- Friday November 17
- Friday December 1
Garbage and yard waste are collected every Friday. Click here for details.
Next CHNA & HPC Meetings
- College Hill
Monday December 4, 7 p.m.
Monday January 29, 2024
Meetings are held as Zoom teleconferences: Click here to login.
- Historic Preservation
Wednesday December 6 (combined November-December meeting)
Wednesday January 31, 2024
Meetings are held in the Plaza Level Conference Room, Melvin Municipal Building, 300 W. Washington Street.
- College Hill
Note to Realtors and Prospective Home Buyers
Isn’t There Anything to Do Around Here?
The Weatherspoon is open. There’s music on Tate Street, and we’re close to downtown, the Coliseum and most of Greensboro’s other arts and entertainment venues.
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Category Archives: City Government
From the City of Greensboro’s quarterly progress report on the GSO2040 Comprehensive Plan:
News release from the City of Greensboro: Post Date:05/31/2023 11:32 AM “Refurbished decorative street name signs and sign posts will soon grace the historic College Hill neighborhood. A City contractor will be removing signs at about 30 intersections throughout College … Continue reading
Arlen Nicolls has been named the College Hill representative on the city’s Historic Preservation Commission. She is a Realtor and has lived in College Hill since 2008. Arlen has long been active in the College Hill Neighborhood Association, having served … Continue reading
Guilford’s only documented lynching occurred in College Hill; you can learn about it via Zoom on Thursday February 23
Guilford County’s only documented lynching occurred in 1887 at a location described vaguely at the time as on or near “Mr. Jackson’s farm.” That farm was located in the general area of the Presbyterian Church of the Covenant in College … Continue reading
Spring Garden’s pop-up bike lanes to be taken down this week to accommodate sooner-than-expected repaving of the street
News from Hanna Cockburn, Greensboro director of transportation: The resurfacing contractor is making quick progress toward the resurfacing of Spring Garden Street and is beginning to raise water-service boxes and manholes to the finished elevation. To facilitate this work, the … Continue reading
Online meeting on new bicycle lanes for Spring Garden Street between Tate and Fulton to be held Monday March 22, 6 p.m.
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New president for the College Hill Neighborhood Association; longtime president James Keith leaving as business expands
Samantha Smith has been elected president of the College Hill Neighborhood Association, succeeding James Keith. James stepped down in December as he was selling his house on South Mendenhall Street. The association board voted unanimously to name Samantha president. Samantha … Continue reading
Spring Garden Street reopens after overpass repair project; bridge work complete on Tate and Fulton streets as well
Spring Garden Street was reopened Friday, seven months after being closed for repairs to the Edgeworth and Spring street overpass bridges. The city closed the street at Morehead Park around October 1 for what was scheduled to be a 90-day … Continue reading
Tate Street closed at Oakland Avenue for overpass project; Spring Garden still blocked for work on Spring Street overpass
With traffic at historic lows, the city is taking advantage of the lull to conduct street maintenance. Tate Street closed between Spring Garden and Gate City Boulevard on April 11 for work on the railroad overpass. The work is scheduled … Continue reading
City allows Greensboro College to bypass normal oversight and demolish a key feature of a historic campus building
This week, the city gave Greensboro College permission to tear down a character-defining feature of a historic building on campus without going through the Historic Preservation Commission. The college says the smokestack on its old power plant was hit by … Continue reading