“College Hill is a neighborhood with a turn-of-the-century appearance,
a pedestrian place with the amenities of convenience, architectural charm, human scale and a sense of character.”
From the College Hill Concept Plan,
approved by the Greensboro City Council in 1978
College Hill, located immediately west of downtown Greensboro, has the distinctions of being Greensboro’s first neighborhood and first historic district. This small area was initially built out as a neighborhood beginning in the 1890s, but it also includes homes dating back to the 1840s.
The neighborhood is roughly bounded by West Market Street to the north, UNCG to the west, the railroad tracks to the south and the future Downtown Greenway to the east. Here is a map showing College Hill’s boundaries and properties (PDF).
Our guide to the neighborhood includes:
- Businesses on Tate Street and at the Mendenhall-Spring Garden intersection,
- The neighborhood’s churches and campus ministries,
- Credit union eligibility for neighborhood residents,
- Demographic and geographical data,
- Information on garbage collection and recycling,
- The process for getting approval for changes to the exterior of your home,
- The College Hill Municipal Service District,
- The neighborhood plan for future development and city services,
- Tree inventory and
- Voting information.
More about College Hill
The Guilford County online map viewer provides ownership information and other attributes of any property in the county.
College Hill Welcome Committee
If you have recently purchased a home in College Hill or if you know of someone who has, please let our welcome committee know! Phone or e-mail Lyddan Pawlowski or Clara Kelly so they can deliver a welcome package to the newcomers.