Borough Projects and Developments
Goldsboro Municipal Building Roof Replacement Project
Shelley's Riverview Entrance Project
The cleanup and redevelopment of the Shelley's Riverview entrance has been underway since last fall. This is a joint project between Goldsboro borough and a group of volunteers.
Last fall, trees and brush were first removed to clear the entrance. More than 40 stumps were ground up so that the area could be raked with a tractor to remove large debris, landscape fabric, and landscape stones. The sign was removed and sent to be refurbished while the posts were sanded down and repainted.
The top soil has now been added, grass seed spread, straw applied, and soil watered. Volunteers even supplied equipment including a tractor to distribute the top soil. On going watering is being provided by a good neighbor volunteer and Mother Nature.
The grass is beginning to grow and the project will so be complete.
This spring, the joint project between Goldsboro Borough and a group of volunteers is moving closer to completion as the repaired and repainted sign were put into place. The sign repair was paid for by GB and installed by some skilled volunteers.
Thanks to a number of volunteers, the raking to remove remaining landscape stones and other debris is completed. Goldsboro Borough supplied 25 cubic yards of top soil, grass seed and straw to cover the area.