GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Downtown Greensboro Incorporated will give its annual report to the city Thursday morning.
During the meeting, the group will talk about the changes that have been implemented in the last year and go over plans for the future.
Some examples of changes already in place include new banners and signs around downtown, which are part of an ongoing effort to market and brand the area better. There are also new buildings going up, new businesses moving in, and new jobs coming to downtown. The group also plans to work with police and local groups to make the area safer for businesses and their customers.
“Beautification, infrastructure, economic development, marketing and branding downtown, and wrapping it with public safety. Those five aspects will be what leads us into the future,” said DGI President Zack Matheny.
The meeting will be held at the Kress Building downtown at 8:15 Thursday morning.