Fisher Park

Greensboro, NC

  1. Community
    We organize and support a thriving community that is inclusive of all ages and walks of life. There are several events and clubs with a wide range of interests. Join us!
  2. Nature
    At the center of our neighborhood is one of Greensboro's oldest and most beautiful parks. It features gravel nature trails, a small stream, beautiful stone bridges, and even a kids playground!
  3. History
    As one of Greensboro's Historic neighborhoods we benefit from a look and feel that is completely our own. Craftsman homes from the early 1900's line every street encircling one of Greensboro's first city parks.

What is the FPNA?

Active Groups

Fisher Park Neighborhood Association is an not-for-profit organization (complying with 501(c)3 of the IRS Tax code) whose purpose is to preserve and maintain Fisher Park as a historic and scenic  area for the purposes of education and public use.  
A 15 member board and various committees meet regularly to fulfill this mission by advocating to the Greensboro Historic Preservation Commission and City of Greensboro Municipal Government on behalf of its residents for the mission stated above.  Historic districts are protected by requiring certificates of appropriateness before major renovations are completed.  FPNA is here to help neighbors guide that process as well.

Public documents can be found here .
  • Fisher Park NA Board
  • Book Club
  • The Accidental Gardner
  • Sip and Stroll
  • Curbside
  • Events Committee
  • Parks Committee​

Have an interest? Grab some neighbors and start one of your own!

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Get Involved

  •  Fisher Park Neighborhood board meetings are open to the public, come by and hear about what is going on in the neighborhood. 
  • Volunteer as a block captain or neighborhood greeter!
  • Help plan something fun with our events committee.
  • Help out with the park cleanups or the neighborhood watch.
  • Or just follow us on facebook where we update all our events and meetings.

Things to do

  1. Great Food
    Deep Roots Co-op Market, Preyer Brewery, Crafted Art of Street food, Joymongers Brewery, Iron Hen, Fishers Grill, Corner Slice Pizza, Smith Street Diner, Beer Thirty, and LaRue Elm... just to name a few!
  2. Community Spaces
    Fisher Park, Latham park, Green Hill Cemetery, Greensboro Greenway trail, LeBauer Park, City Center Park are all a short walk away.
  3. Local Entertainment
    Greensboro Grasshoppers stadium, Greensboro Children's Museum, North Carolina Folk Fest, the Idiot Box Comedy Club, and (coming soon) the Steven Tanger Performing Arts Center.