Aycock Neighborhood Map
Since 2001, the Historic Aycock Neighborhood, in partnership with the City's
Department of Housing and Community Development, has undertaken
several intensive planning projects.
MSD Plan 2016 - 2019
Working Jointly, the City of Greensboro and the
neighborhood produced the 2016 - 2019 MSD plan.
Avenue Corridor Study
Working jointly, the City of
Greensboro and the neighborhood produced the Summit Avenue Corridor
Study, which charts a course for improvements
on the main thoroughfares through the neighborhood. It was adopted
by the City Council in September 2006.
Plan for the Aycock Neighborhood
City Council in November 2003, this plan lays out concrete goals
and actions for our neighborhood. It is our long-term blueprint
for action. If you want to know what our neighborhood is about and
what it plans to do, read this document! The Strategic Plan
will be reviewed and updated annually, beginning January 2012, to
include measurable goals.
Strategic Plan for the Aycock Neighborhood -
Outlines progress made on the strategic plan. Last
updated in June 2012
Aycock Traditional Neighborhood Plan
of a neighborhood planning charrette held in 2002, this book contains
a broad vision of our neighborhood's future. Its ideas were refined
and consolidated in the Strategic Plan for the Aycock Neighborhood
and the Summit Avenue Corridor Study. Although the TND plan
was not adopted as official city policy, it is nevertheless full
of great ideas.
Tree Inventory Project
In fall 2013 The Charles B. Aycock Neighborhood and College Hills
neighborhoods undertook a tree inventory project to catalog the
trees in both neighborhoods. The project was wrapped up in
spring 2014. To view the Tree Inventory Report
Click Here . To view
individual trees on the City of Greensboro GIS Viewer
click here .
None of the
above could have been accomplished without the assistance of many
people on Greensboro's City staff. We would like to thank especially
Stefan-leih Geary, Sue Schwartz, Dan Curry, and Andy Scott in
the Department of Housing and Community Development. Thanks also
to Chris Spencer and Adam Fischer in GDOT.
you to the Greensboro City Council, which has strongly supported