Greensboro Neighborhood Congress

the lovely flag of the city of greensboroThe College Hill Neighborhood Association is one of some 50 members of the Greensboro Neighborhood Congress. The GNC is a city-wide alliance of neighborhoods that works to improve the quality of life in the city and its neighborhoods by addressing issues of city-wide importance. 

Each neighborhood appoints voting members to the congress, with the number determined by the neighborhood’s size. College Hill has two voting members, currently Janet Frommann and David Arneke.

All neighborhood residents are welcome to attend GNC meetings, although only the designated members can vote on issues.


Recent GNC meetings have included discussions with:

  • Mayor Nancy Vaughan;
  • Larry Davis, budget director for the city, on the 2016 bond referenda;
  • Barbara Harris, City Director of Neighborhood Development, and Beth Benton, City Code Compliance Coordinator;
  • Steve Galanti, City Planning Manager, on proposed changes to the Land Development Ordinance regarding wireless towers; and
  • Lt. Chris Davis of the Greensboro Police Department on neighborhood-oriented policing. 

Meeting dates and times

Meetings are held every other month on the second Saturday at 9 a.m. Meetings are held  at the Greensboro Public Library Central Branch, 219 North Church Street, in the Nussbaum Meeting Room (on the first floor, immediately to the right after you enter and down the hall.