Greene Tract

Greene Tract - Location Map (003)
The Greene Tract is a parcel of land jointly owned by Orange County and the towns of Carrboro and Chapel Hill. The three entities are creating a long-range plan to guide development and preservation activities on this site. A comprehensive history can be found in the Greene Tract timeline.

Additional information, including history and next steps, can be found in the Greene Tract FAQ and StoryMap. To submit additional comments or questions, please click here.
Adopted Resolutions and Interlocal Agreements (ILA)
2020 Resolution for a Path Forward
2020 Interlocal Agreement Among Orange County and the Towns of Chapel Hill and Carrboro to Obtain an Environmental Assessment for the Greene Tract 
2021 Interlocal Agreement Between Orange County and the Towns of Carrboro and Chapel Hill Regarding the Current and Future Use of the Jointly Owned Greene Tract
2021 Resolution Approving the Draft Recombination Plat and Conceptual Plan for the 60-acre Portion of the Greene Tract in County Ownership and the 107-acre Portion of the Greene Tract in Joint Ownership 
Greene Tract Plat and Deeds
Recorded Plat
Recorded Deeds
Mayors, Managers, & Chair (MCC) Meeting Minutes
April 25, 2023
May 16th, 2023
June 27th, 2023
September 30, 2023
October 25, 2023

Greene Tract Environmental Assessment and Webinar
The Greene Tract Environmental Assessment can be found here. Background information regarding the Environmental Assessment can be found here. Due to COVID-19 and limitations in conducting community outreach, the local governments, in partnership with SynTerra, agreed to produce a webinar video in order to present the Greene Tract Environmental Assessment to the public. 
Additional Resources
•  Rogers Road Mapping Our Community's Future Plan
BOCC Agenda Items
• February 19, 2019 - 2019 Greene Tract Resolution and Conceptual Plan
• February 20, 2018 - Greene Tract Conceptual Plans
• June 19, 2018 - Greene Tract Update Memorandum 
December 10. 2002 - Approval of Recommendations from the Greene Tract Working Group