Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughan has directed city staff that all city boards and commission meetings for the next 30 days are to be cancelled.

The Zoning Commission, which met on Monday, March 16, will be the last board or commission meeting for at least a month.

The one City of Greensboro meeting that has not been canceled is the Greensboro City Council meeting that was originally scheduled for Tuesday, March 17, and was postponed to Tuesday, March 31.

According to Vaughan, the City Council is still planning to meet on Tuesday, March 31.

The notice from Greensboro City Clerk Angela Lord states, “In order to protect the most vulnerable members of our community from the COVID-19 virus, and slow its spread, Mayor Vaughan has directed staff to cancel all Boards and Commissions meeting for the next 30 days.

“On March 11, 2020 the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a Pandemic. We are continuously monitoring this evolving situation and will issue new guidance if and when that is warranted. Please monitor the City of Greensboro’s website at for additional notification and alerts.”

The list of boards and commissions whose meetings have been canceled includes:

Board of Adjustment

Bryan Park Golf Commission

Commission on the Status of Women

Community Sustainability Council

Fireman’s Relief Fund Board

Greensboro Criminal Justice Advisory Commission (GCJAC)

Greensboro Parks and Recreation Commission

Greensboro Public Library Board of Trustees

Greensboro Transit Advisory Commission

Guilford City/County Insurance Advisory Commission

Guilford County Historic Preservation Commission

Human Relations Commission

Participatory Budgeting

Piedmont Triad Airport Authority

Piedmont Triad Regional Water Authority Board of Directors

Planning Board

Redevelopment Commission

Solid Waste Management Commission

City of Greensboro ABC Board

Greensboro Guilford County Tourism Development Authority

War Memorial Commission

Zoning Commission