City of Greensboro offices and many facilities will be closed on Friday, April 15 in observation of Good Friday.

No garbage or recycling collections will be made on Friday, April 15.  The regularly scheduled Friday collections will take place on Thursday, April 14 and the collections scheduled for Thursday, April 14 will take place on Wednesday, April 13.

The Monday and Tuesday collection schedules will be unaffected.

Both the White Street Landfill and the Solid Waste Transfer Station on Burnt Poplar Road will be closed on Friday, April 15.

Greensboro Public Libraries and the Greensboro History Museum will be closed Friday, April 15 and Easter Sunday on April 17.

The Greensboro Cultural Center will be closed Friday, April 15 and will reopen on Monday, April 18.

All Greensboro recreation centers, the Smith and Trotter Active Adult Centers, Xperience @ Caldcleugh, the Simkins Indoor Sport Pavilion, Adaptive and Inclusive Recreation, the Greensboro Youth Council and the Greensboro Parks and Recreation offices will be closed Friday, April 15 through Sunday, April 17.

However, the Greensboro Sportsplex, Gillespie Golf Course, city parks, gardens, lakes, trails and cemeteries will be open to the public on their normal operating schedules.

The Greensboro Transit Agency (GTA), which operates the bus system, will run a Saturday schedule on Friday, April 15 with hourly service. HEAT will run on a weekend schedule with no service on routes 73 and 75.  Access GSO will also run on a Saturday schedule on Friday, April 15.

Emergency services for water and sewer needs are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.  Water customers can call 336-373-2489 to report a problem.  After placing the call, the customer will need to follow the prompts to connect to the water resources dispatcher.