is the Greensboro Neighborhood Congress?
Neighborhood Congress (GNC), a city-wide alliance of neighborhoods, seeks
to improve the quality of life within the City of Greensboro by addressing
issues of city-wide importance and by empowering neighborhoods to
resolve neighborhood-specific concerns.
Is YOUR neighborhood represented in
the Greensboro Neighborhood Congress?
It can be!
First read the Greensboro Neighborhood Congress (GNC) Bylaws which describe neighborhood
membership. Then download an application.
Click here for a list of Greensboro Neighborhood Congress member neighborhoods as of April 2013.
Click here for a list of Greensboro neighborhoods who have provided their own neighborhood's primary contact at some point in time. These may not be up to date today.
Neighborhood Grant Opportunities
The Building Stronger Neighborhoods
Coalition invites your neighborhood to request grants for community
building projects. There are three (3) grant award cycles/year. Each grant application deadline is preceeded by a required 6:30 p.m. Grantseeker Workshop at the Glenwood Public Library. For all grant dates and details
download the Building Stronger Neighborhoods grant
guidelines and the grant application