Some of you have noticed a camera above the traffic light at Main and Stone. According to the city, they were installed to assist with detecting traffic volume which in turn coordinates the lights changing at the intersection.
Please join your neighbors and members of City Council at the State of the City Presented by The North Main Community Association A Town Hall format with City Council Members Amy Ryberg Doyle & Lillian Brock Flemming Thursday, November 1Read more
Moviegoers can enjoy watching a classic movie under the stars at the City of Greenville’s Fidelity Investments Moonlight Movies. The free series returns to Falls Park Wednesday evenings in September and will feature a popular lineup of Steven Spielberg movies.Read more
City of Greenville offices will be closed on Monday, September 3 in observance of Labor Day. There will be no residential garbage, yard waste or recycling services on the holiday. Monday pick-ups will be made on Tuesday, September 4Read more
The City is offering a new parking promotion to encourage residents and visitors to enjoy spending Labor Day downtown. For this special promotion, the City will offer free parking at all of its parking facilities on Monday, September 3. ParkingRead more
As work continues on the water quality improvement project in McPherson Park, the park and most of its amenities, including the shelter, playground and bandstand will remain open to the public; however, the tennis courts and parking lot will beRead more
Please note that the public meeting on the future of the Bobby Pearse Community Center that was scheduled for tonight, Tuesday, August 28, has been CANCELLED. The only remaining meeting is Tuesday, September 11, at the Sears Shelter from 6-Read more
Cat Missing from 300 McDonald St. Her name is Stacie. If you find her or know where she is, please call Michael at 864-320-6314. Thank you!!
With the current public meetings taking place regarding the future of the Bobby Pearse Center, we thought many of you should be familiar with the important history of the Center. It’s not just a building, but a memorial. Judy BainbridgeRead more
We’ve had a couple of residents ask about the outcome of the BZA meeting on August 9 on the proposed Wade Hampton storage facility. Below is a summary from one of our board members: The BZA Board met ThursdayRead more