Comprehensive Plan

NMCA Newsletter Sept/Oct 2022

Nominations for 2023 NMCA Board of Directors In accordance with the by-laws, this is the first call for nominations for the 2023 NMCA Board of Directors.  All officers must reside within the geographical boundaries of the NMCA for the entireRead more

May/June 2022 Newsletter

    Spring Social It was great to see everyone at the spring social on May 1 at Larkin’s Sawmill.  We had over 160 in attendance and all seemed to enjoy the day, the food and the music.    Read more

March/April 2022 Newsletter

        It’s time to register for the 2022 NMCA Spring Member Social All residents in the North Main Community should have gotten a postcard invitation.  For some it’s been a little confusing, but we’ll try to explainRead more

Round 2 Text Amendments to Land Management Ordinance

The Round 2 Text Amendments to the Land Management Ordinance (LMO) are now available for review and comment on the City’s website at https://www.greenvillesc.gov/1870/Land-Management-Ordinance-Amendments—R. They address affordable housing, traffic, parking lots, table of uses and stormwater, and as before, in eachRead more

Planning Commission Special Meeting on GVL 2040

On Tuesday, January 12, the city will hold a special called Planning Commission Meeting on GVL2040.  The proposed plan will be presented for discussion. Greenville City Hall is currently closed to the public. Please use the following methods to participate inRead more

NMCA Holiday 2020 Newsletter

NMCA President’s Year End Note to Members You may not have seen, nor heard the voices of, NMCA leadership during this year of the COVID-19 pandemic.  The ensuing pandemonium impacted all levels of government, business, education and most importantly, yourRead more

September/October 2020 Newsletter

*The Board of Directors typically meets the first Tuesday of most month. Recent meetings have been virtual and will likely continue for the foreseeable future.   Members are welcome to attend board meetings.  Please email northmaincomm@gmail.com  to find out if weRead more

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