Greensboro Wastewater Treatment Plant WINS AWARD!!Wed, Aug 9, 2017
~~Greensboro Wastewater Treatment Plant wins award ENR MidAtlantic is excited to announce that the Best Projects 2017 competition winners have been revealed: Two panels of industry judges reviewed and discussed more than 60 projects located throughout the region, including Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia. The five judges—including architects, engineers and contractors—were divided into two groups and assigned a group of categories. Projects were evaluated on the ability of the project team to overcome challenges, contribution to the industry and community, safety and construction and design quality. Due to the large number of entries, we can only honor a fraction of the projects that are submitted each year, so if your project didn’t win this year, please be sure to submit next year!
Introducing Chief Mike PetyoThu, Aug 3, 2017
UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE!!!Wed, Jul 12, 2017
It is very important we keep our/your contact information up to date in case of emergencies! Please let us know if your mailing address/phone numbers change. We would like to have a phone number and email address for all of residents. If you could please call the office and update your account it would be greatly appreciated.
Annual Drinking Water Quality ReportWed, May 3, 2017
Attention Greensboro Residents:Wed, Apr 26, 2017
Just a friendly reminder to residents to please lock your car doors, we have been having issues with break-ins in the overnight hours.
Recycle Note:Fri, Aug 5, 2016
The recycle company will only collect white and clear bags with recyclables . No black bags.
Greensboro given Sustainable Community Designation from the State of MarylandThu, Jun 23, 2016
Caroline County – Town of Greensboro Located on the north bank of the Choptank River, the Town of Greensboro is known for its water recreation activities, historic homes, beautiful churches and the rich farmland of Caroline County. With its Sustainable Community designation, the town seeks to improve its Main Street business district by establishing a façade improvement program and beautifying its streetscape. Seeking to maximize its historic assets, Greensboro plans to conduct a market study to determine a feasible re-use for the Riverside Country Inn, which was built in 1890 and is currently vacant. The town would also like to improve the pedestrian and bike network in town, developing town-wide trails and boardwalks to improve connectivity to the Choptank River. With 15 percent of the town located in the 100 year flood-plain, Greensboro seeks to establish a green street program to mitigate flooding.