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
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
This second public survey is open again and should be open all week. We encourage you to participate. Please go to the following link to complete the survey. https://publicinput.com/GVL2040-Survey2 Thank you for taking an interest in your community!
Thanks to all those who took time to complete the survey…approximately 40% of our members. Of the survey responses received, 86% wanted to keep the center, 3% were against and 11% were unsure. About 64% have attended meetings/events there. BelowRead more
FEEDBACK WANTED! Wade Hampton Boulevard plan underway! Wade Hampton Boulevard has the most scenic entrances into downtown Greenville! In 2014 the city planted over 250 trees and replaced all the street lights in an effort to stimulate redevelopment on Wade HamptonRead more