Master Plans

Trails and Greenways Master Plan

The development of a Trails and Greenways Master Plan (PDF) was a "Top Priority" project as identified by Greenville City Council's 2006 Management Agenda. Over the course of the next year, two public meetings were held, more than 450 public comments were received via an on-line survey and the master plan was presented to council in September, 2007. On January 28, 2008 City Council adopted the Trails and Greenway's Master Plan. By doing so they formally recognized the importance of connecting residents and visitors alike to popular destinations throughout the City of Greenville. The Master Plan, amongst other things, encourages physical activity, promotes safe and sustainable transportation, stimulates economic growth and helps to protect environmental quality of open spaces and creek and river corridors.

Bicycle Master Plan

The Bicycle Master Plan (PDF) was completed and adopted by City Council in September of 2011. The plan is the result of a 12-month planning process, presenting a framework to help strategize the expansion of the existing bikeway network, complete network gaps, and provide greater transportation connectivity while educating and encouraging bicycling throughout the City of Greenville.

Swamp Rabbit Trail Extension Master Plan

In November 2019, the City of Greenville launched a master planning process to take a closer look at land use and opportunities for connections to the planned 4.5-mile extension of the Swamp Rabbit Trail from Cleveland Park to CU-ICAR. The completed Swamp Rabbit Trail Extension Master Plan and Swamp Rabbit Trail Master Plan Design Guidelines were adopted by City Council on January 11, 2021.