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City Seeks Input on Residential Input Development

In August 2014, City Council adopted a series of development standards and guidelines to address an upsurge in new residential construction, renovations and additions taking place in several established neighborhoods in the city. The goal of the Single-Family Residential Infill StandardsRead more

May/June 2020 Newsletter

    *The Board of Directors usually meets the first Wednesday of most months at the Sears Shelter.   Members are welcome to attend board  meetings.  Please email northmaincomm@gmail.com   to confirm location and to find out if we are meeting thatRead more

City Requests Citizen Input on GVL2040 Draft Plan

GVL2040, the comprehensive planning process that will give the City of Greenville a policy blueprint and decision-making guide for the next 20 years, is nearly two-thirds complete. To ensure that the draft plan takes shape in a way that reflectsRead more

March/April 2020 Newsletter

    *Normally the Board of Directors meets the first Wednesday of most months at the Sears Shelter.   Members are welcome to attend board  meetings.  Please email northmaincomm@gmail.com   for the location and to find out if we are meeting thatRead more

Summary of COVID-19 Conference Call

Members of the NMCA board participated in a conference call today (March 25) set up by Council member John DeWorken for District 1 Neighborhood Association Presidents to discuss what the City is doing regarding COVID-19.  Also participating was Assistant CityRead more

September/October 2019 Newsletter

  *The Board of Directors typically meets the first Tuesday of most months at the Sears Shelter at McPherson Park.  Members are welcome to attend board meetings.  Please email northmaincomm@gmail.com for the location and to find out if we areRead more

Important – City Needs Your Input on County Square Redevelopment Proposal

The City needs your feedback on the proposed County Square on University Ridge proposal which includes major modification rezone. It is important to note that “We Can Do Better Greenville” (a coalition of neighborhood associations and leaders in Greenville) isRead more