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Greensboro Named ‘LEED Silver City’​

The City of Greensboro earned LEED Cities Silver certification for its sustainability efforts. Becoming LEED-certified helps Greensboro advance City Council’s goal of becoming a leading city in resilience, sustainability and energy independence, and to meet or exceed the goals of Governor Roy Cooper's Executive Order 80. ​

“This achievement recognizes the many outstanding steps Greensboro is taking to promote environmental sustainability, social equity and economic resilience, and reflects the hard work of so many individuals to compile and analyze information about Greensboro’s performance and progress,” said City Manager David Parrish. The certification process also identifies focus areas for future improvement.​

Certification Type: LEED v4.1 for Cities: Existing

Level: Silver

Points: 55

Certification Date: July 28, 2020

Scorecard and Case Study

Learn more by viewing the City of Greensboro's certification details here