City of Goldsboro School of Government

The City of Goldsboro School of Government is an interactive and educational program designed to enlighten citizens about the City’s history and the governmental process; to improve and enhance communication with citizens; and to give [...]

City of Goldsboro School of Government2015-08-21T11:05:55-04:00

Annual Mayor’s Committee Awards Luncheon

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month. The Mayor’s Committee for Persons with Disabilities under the City of Goldsboro’s Community Affairs Office pays tribute to the accomplishments of both men and women with disabilities whose [...]

Annual Mayor’s Committee Awards Luncheon2015-08-21T11:05:33-04:00

Diversity Day

In 2011, Governor Purdue asked that each city/county recognize a statewide Diversity Day in September. The day is to encourage citizens of our community to have a meal, coffee or tea with an individual of [...]

Diversity Day2017-10-05T17:11:57-04:00

Carver Heights Partnership Program

In 2005, the City of Goldsboro entered into its first Partners in Education Program Agreement with the Wayne County Public Schools, and partnered with the Carver Heights Elementary School. This collaborative effort between the City [...]

Carver Heights Partnership Program2015-08-21T10:57:15-04:00

Inclusive City

On March 19, 2007, a proclamation was made that the City of Goldsboro join a growing number of cities across the nation in a partnership to build inclusive communities through committed efforts to increase citizen [...]

Inclusive City2015-08-21T10:56:35-04:00

Fire Extinguisher Program

The City of Goldsboro and LOWE’S have joined together through a cooperative agreement to provide low and moderate-income homeowners as well as senior citizens with fire extinguishers, smoke detectors and/or batteries. The purpose of the [...]

Fire Extinguisher Program2017-10-05T17:11:58-04:00

Fair Housing Conference

April marks the anniversary of the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968, and the anniversary of the State Fair Housing Act that prohibits discrimination in housing because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, handicapped [...]

Fair Housing Conference2015-08-21T10:55:58-04:00

Human Relations Annual Awards Banquet

The Human Relations Awards Banquet, which began in 1987, is the second of two events in observation of Human Relations Month in February. The awards banquet is a joint event sponsored by the City of [...]

Human Relations Annual Awards Banquet2015-08-21T10:54:35-04:00

Human Relations Inter-Faith Breakfast

The Human Relations Inter-Faith Breakfast, which began in 2008, replaced the former Annual Human Relations Prayer Breakfast, which began in 1989, and marks the observance of the month of February as Human Relations Month, with [...]

Human Relations Inter-Faith Breakfast2015-08-21T10:52:48-04:00

Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Celebration

The Community Affairs Commission spearheads the county-wide Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Committee, which included adopting a 9-mile stretch of highway renamed Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Expressway in 1996. (It was the longest stretch [...]

Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Celebration2015-08-21T11:03:13-04:00