News Releases

  1. Greenville’s New Westside Park to Be Named Unity Park

    After a decade of study and planning, Greenville is taking the first steps in turning the vision of a 60-acre Westside park into reality – transforming and in some ways restoring a largely unseen and often forgotten part of our community’s history. More about Unity Park
  2. Greenville City Manager to Step Down

    Mayor Knox White announced this morning that John Castile has decided to step down as City Manager for the City of Greenville, a position he has held since June 2010. More about City Manager
  3. TD Saturday Market Season to Begin May 5

    The TD Saturday Market presented by Greenville Health System marks its 16th season May 5, providing farm-fresh produce, baked goods, meats, cheeses, seafood and other specialty foods to Main Street in downtown Greenville each week. More about TD Saturday Market
  4. City Council Holds First Reading on Proposed FY 2018-2019 Budget

    City Council held a public hearing and first reading on the City’s proposed FY 2018-2019 budget at its formal meeting. The City’s budget does not include a tax increase. The General Fund millage rate for FY 2018-2019 remains the same at 85.3 mills. More about budget
  5. BB&T Fall for Greenville Doantes More than $53,000 to Local Nonprofits

    BB&T Fall for Greenville today announced that it has awarded more than $53,000 to seven local nonprofit organizations through its Fall for Giving program. More about Fall for Greenville
  6. City to Hold Groundbreaking to Celebrate National Community Development Week

    In celebration of National Community Development Week (April 2 – 6), the City of Greenville held a groundbreaking ceremony for a new home at 310 South Calhoun Street. More about Community Development Week
  7. April is “Second Chance Month” in the City of Greenville

    Mayor Knox White has proclaimed April as “Second Chance Month.” The proclamation aims to honor the tireless work carried out by the Greenville Re-entry Coalition, a network of organizations that supports individuals returning from prison. More about Second Chance Month
  8. Greenville Housing Fund Launch Supports Affordable and Workforce Housing Development

    City leaders launched the non-profit Greenville Housing Fund this morning, and announced the availability of approximately $2 million in equity funding for the development of affordable and workforce housing within the city. More about Greenville Housing Fund
  9. Tree Restoration and Replacement Project

    On Monday, April 2, 2018, the City of Greenville Parks and Recreation Department will continue its ongoing tree restoration and replacement program along Main Street between Beattie Place and Pendleton Street. More about Tree Project
  10. City Dedicates Eugenia Duke Bridge

    Mayor Pro Tem Jil Littlejohn was joined this morning by representatives from Duke Brands and other community leaders to officially dedicate the pedestrian bridge located behind the Wyche Pavilion as the Eugenia Duke Bridge. More about the Eugenia Duke Bridge
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