Here is information about resources and support from the City of Greensboro.
The city of Greensboro has established housing codes for rental properties. If you feel your landlord is not responding to requests for maintenance or the property has housing code violations the landlord will not address you can contact the city for an inspection.
GPCD works to serve the Greensboro community’s neighborhood associations, community groups, housing and human service agencies, residents, business community, developers, and government leaders.
The mission of the GHA is to provide safe, quality, affordable housing to low income families, elderly, and the disabled in the Greensboro community; to maintain a secure community environment; and to encourage personal responsibility and upward mobility of residents while maintaining the fiscal integrity of the agency.
The mission of GHC is to advocate for decent, affordable housing for low and moderate income people and those with special needs. The Greensboro Housing Coalition is a referral, informational, and educational organization, assisting clients with a variety of housing problems. PLEASE CALL 336-691-9521 8:30-5:30 TO ASK QUESTIONS ABOUT:
- Finding emergency shelter, rental housing, or housing with support services.
- Avoiding eviction or foreclosure.
- Connecting those who have lost housing due to eviction or foreclosure to agencies who offer services and support.
- Finding legal help in cases of housing discrimination.
- Working with tenants to request and receive repairs from landlords.
- Finding sources for housing expenses in a crisis.
Local Neighborhood Associations
The College Hill neighborhood is bounded by the University of North Carolina Greensboro at the west, Greensboro College at the north, Spring Street on the east, and the area just north of the RailRoad Tracks near Lee Street. There are a mixture of family-owned houses, some retail mostly along Tate and Spring Garden, and rental housing in the area. The College Hill Neighborhood Association is fairly active, though their website hasn’t been updated in a couple years.
The Glenwood Neighborhood lies to the south of campus and will be a bevy of activity over the next 3-5 years as UNCG expands and builds new housing, a rec center, classroom space and new parking in that area. The Glenwood Neighborhood has a fairly active Neighborhood Association and students living in that area are encouraged to attend meetings to learn more about their community.
College Park or Brice Street Area is to the west of campus. It does not appear that they have an active Neighborhood Association.