Community Development Director
Cail Hammons joined the City of Greensboro in June 2006. Cail holds Bachelor's degrees in Political Science and Rhetoric and a Masters of Public Administration. She is recognized by the Georgia Downtown Association as a level two certified Downtown Development Professional. In addition, Cail is a graduate of the Georgia Main Street Institute and the Georgia Academy of Economic Development.
Cail grew up in the small town of Warrenton, Georgia, just east of Greensboro. She has a passion for rural development and sees great potential in Greensboro's Community Development efforts.
Cail's focus is on downtown's long range planning and visioning, program organization, and tracking downtown economic trends and data. In addition she is responsible for the administration of Greensboro's National Trust Main Street Program.
Main Street Manager
Kendrick Ward joined the City of Greensboro in October 2011. Kendrick has deep roots in Greene County and is happy to call Greensboro her hometown.
Kendrick holds a Bachelor's degree in Marketing. She is a graduate of the Georgia Main Street Institute and the Georgia Academy for Economic Development. In addition Kendrick has been accepted into the Leadership Greene Class of 2013.
Kendrick works to implement Greensboro's Southland Jubilee festival each April and is responsible for special events and downtown promotions.
Greensboro Main Street Mission Statement
Through a community-wide effort, business, governments and citizens work together to revitalize and maintain an economically healthy downtown that reflects a 200-year old cultural and architectural heritage. This community pride and enthusiasm, demonstrates that histories downtown Greensboro is indeed a great place to live, work, play, invest, and do business.
Greensboro Main Street Vision Statement
The Greensboro Main Street serves as the key impetuous for re-energizing our historic downtown business district to accommodate the high-end market needs of the emerging lake and tourism population for antiques and the arts and crafts by building a strong fine arts community while adding unique shops and restaurants.