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  1. GVL2040 Plan Receives Top Honors

    The GVL2040 comprehensive plan has received state accolades!

    The South Carolina American Planning Association (SCAPA) awarded the City of Greenville the Outstanding Planning Project Award.  This award is the top planning award bestowed in the state, and the awards committee noted the Greenville plan received the highest marks of any submission. The last state planning award granted to the City of Greenville was in recognition of the Reedy River Master Plan in 2004.  

    The City initiated the GVL2040 Comprehensive Plan in mid-2018, with its successful adoption in February 2021. The 42-member steering committee guided the community throughout the planning process, devoting 30 months of their time to the successful formulation and adoption of the plan. The work on GVL2040 was collaborative among several city departments and the consulting firm czb. 

  1. GVL THIS WEEK

    Watch our week in review on video or text "GVLthisWeek" to 866-874-2232 to have the newsletter texted to you every Friday!
  1. Maps showing Council districts

    City Releases Draft Redistricting Map for Public Review

    The City of Greenville has released a draft redistricting map, ahead of four scheduled drop-in meetings in November and December to receive public comment on a proposed City redistricting plan. Draft Map Details
  2. Parking logo with a turkey graphic added

    Free Parking Options Offered Throughout Thanksgiving Weekend

    Shoppers can enjoy free parking in all garages on Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday, and free parking in six locations on Small Business Saturday and Sunday! Parking Info
  1. Graphic Text - Food for Fines, to benefit Triune Mercy Center

    Food for Fines: Swap Food for Reduced Parking Tickets!

    Get $15 off any city parking citation when you donate 10 cans of food to benefit Triune Mercy Center. Program Details
  2. Completed section of the Green Line of the Prisma Health of the Swamp Rabbit Trail

    Swamp Rabbit Trail Extension Taking Shape

    Walkers, runners and bikers will soon be able to safely and conveniently travel from downtown Greenville to CU-ICAR via the Green Line of the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail. Trail Update
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