The Greensboro 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.
Note — All Greensboro Neighborhood Congress (GNC) meetings and events are POSTPONED due to Corona Virus concerns. When rescheduled, new meeting and event dates will be announced on this site’s Meetings page and on the GNC Facebook page. Until we meet again, stay safe!!!
- First view this brochure to learn who we are, what we do, what to expect through your participation, and our recent accomplishments.
- Next read the Greensboro Neighborhood Congress (GNC) Bylaws which describe neighborhood membership.
- Explore our GNC Vision, Mission, Values, Goals, and Strategies document, adopted August 10, 2017.
- Attend any upcoming GNC meeting! Your neighborhood does not need to be a member for you to attend.
- Feel free to contact Susan Taaffe for guidance in the membership process. 336-404-6748.
- Then download, complete, and submit your neighborhood’s GNC membership application.
Over 50 neighborhoods currently participate in the Greensboro Neighborhood Congress! Contact GNC Membership Chairperson volunteer Gerry Alfano 336-707-5406 for additional information about GNC member neighborhoods.