Thanks to all those who braved the rain to come out to the NMCA Town Hall Meeting. And also thanks to Council Members Amy Ryberg Doyle and Lilian Brock Flemming, and to Eric Conner and the Greenville News for moderatingRead more
The Greenville News will provide live video of a ‘State of the City’ forum this Thursday with two Greenville City Council members about issues related to the city’s unprecedented growth. The forum, sponsored by the North Main Community Association, will feature councilwomen Amy Ryberg DoyleRead more
Traffic, Growth, Crosswalks and Trees! Join your neighbors and members of City Council at the State of the City Thursday, November 1 6:00pm Stone Academy – 115 Randall Street 29609 Moderated by Eric Connor of The Greenville News Read more
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.
The City will host an Open House and Summer Garden Party focused on the future of the buildings, streets, park spaces, and other uses in Downtown Greenville. There will be an opportunity to talk with the master planning design teamRead more
On Tuesday, May 29, the City of Greenville and Arnett Muldrow & Associates, the Greenville-based consulting firm hired to provide planning services for the Wade Hampton Boulevard Strategic Plan, will kick off a four-day public input process designed to gatherRead more
The following is from Officer Michelle Lentz…it clarifies what we put in the newsletter about crosswalks. SECTION 56-5-3130. Pedestrians’ right-of-way in crosswalks. (a) When traffic-control signals are not in place or not in operation the driver of a vehicle shall yieldRead more