Online Resident Resources

For Your Home

Photo of sagging power line during an ice stormBury Your Powerline
Cooperative City-Duke Energy power line conversion program, offering home owners up to $1,500 to bury their residential power line.

photo of tools, including screw driver and wrenchesEmergency Home Repair Program
Program provides up to $20,000 to assist low-income homeowners with repairs that threaten health and safety.


Photo of a home in GreenvilleHome Rehab Program - Loans available for qualified low income, owner-occupied home owners for rehabilitation projects.


photo of a rain garden installed in a ditch areaRain Garden Guide - A guide to assist the Greenville community with plant selection for their own rain gardens.


photo of radan detectorRadon Test Kits - Information about how to get a free radon test kit from SC Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC)


city recycling binTrash and Recycling - Information about trash and recycling services for city residents.


photo of someone pruning a crepe myrtle treeTree Pruning Guidelines - Use this guide to get the job done correctly! Excessive pruning, topping, crape murder are unacceptable practices and a violation of the City’s Code of Ordinances.


photo of newly planted treeTree Planting Program - Though a partnership with the Greenville Tree Foundation, residents can donate to have trees planted in a park, open space, greenway or right-of-way.


In the Community

bcycle station in downtown GreenvilleBcycle Station Locations - Through the city bike sharing program, residents and visitors can access nine b-cycle stations and more than 45 bicycles throughout the city.


bike rack at The Greenville ZooBicycle Parking - There's a space for your bike! Learn about develop goals that support bike accessibility and view a map of bicycle parking locations, in and around the downtown area.


EV charging station in GreenvilleEV Charging Station Locations - The city has nine free EV charging stations, which can be used for four hours at a time. They are located throughout the city.


sidewalk under construction on Don St.Sidewalk Construction - New sidewalk construction continues each year. Learn about the program, and look at projects underway and planned for the future.


photo of cracked roadway in need of repair50-50 Sidewalk Paving Program - Residents can petition for sidewalk, and curb/gutter improvements in their neighborhood.


Road closed signStreet Resurfacing Program - Track street resurfacing and repairs underway and planned in the city.


photo of landscape median used for traffic calmingTraffic Calming Requests - Learn about traffic calming options and regulations, and how to apply for traffic calming in your neighborhood.


photo of trolley on the streetTrolley Routes - Greenville's free trolley network provides Thursday through Sunday service along four routes.