Planning

Community Meeting on BP Center, City Issues and Survey Results

Please join us at the Sears Community Center on Wednesday, March 4th, for a North Main Community Meeting. 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. The following presenters will discuss the listed topics, and answer your questions. John DeWorken — Greenville City CouncilmemberRead more

NMCA Newsletter (Jan/Feb 2020)

        Please Welcome Your 2020 Board of Directors:   President:                                Dave Modeen Vice-President:                       Rhett Brown      Treasurer:                               Kevin Parker               Recording Secretary:             Amanda Stevenson-Cali Membership Secretary:          Julie Proctor      We welcome our two new additions to theRead more

Register Now for Citizens Planning Academy

Upstate Forever is now accepting applications for its next Citizens Planning Academy, which will be held in March. The deadline to apply is February 2. Below is a link to their website for more information and the application: https://www.upstateforever.org/citizens-planning-academy?utm_source=GVLtoday+Master&utm_campaign=58b319c2e3-01.13.2020+GVL&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_e278d3ec5a-58b319c2e3-33876441&goal=0_e278d3ec5a-58b319c2e3-33876441

Swamp Rabbit Trail Extension Master Plan Presentation

WHO:              City of Greenville  WHAT:           SRT Extension Master Plan – Post-Design Presentation WHEN:           Tuesday, December 17,  5:30 – 7:30 p.m. WHERE:         University Center Auditorium,  225 S Pleasantburg Drive WHY:              The event will feature a formal presentation by the consultantRead 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

Greenville County Square Redevelopment Information Meeting

Greenville County has filed a detailed plan for redevelopment of Greenville County Square.  It is quite lengthy–over 480 pages.  It was forwarded to support a meeting between the county leaders and contractors with the Greenville City Planning Commission on OctoberRead more