Voices of a City: Today’s Gate City

1980 –

Greensboro’s economy, landscape and people keep melding tradition with change.

Locals often describe Greensboro as a big city with a small-town atmosphere, as a welcoming place with an attractive quality of life. They appreciate its neighborhoods, beautiful parks, active faith communities and cultural opportunities. They praise Greensboro as a city that gives, as a community that strives to solve social problems and reach people in need. They acknowledge its heritage and nurture visions for the future. We all acknowledge the city’s shortcomings but believe that they are outnumbered by positives.

Greensboro remains a gateway, a haven, a home. We talk, we debate, we adapt. Keep listening to our voices.

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