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Posted on: November 27, 2023

City Introduces Homeless Court

Sign outside Triune Mercy Center

The City of Greenville is implementing a Homeless Court. It’s a free voluntary diversion program designed to help people experiencing homelessness exit the criminal justice system with little-to-no impact on their record.

Instead of trial being held in a t...

Program Details

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Posted on: November 14, 2023

Construction on Mayberry Field to Begin in 2024

a commemorative Mayberry Field shovel

Neighborhood residents, donors, elected officials and guests joined the City of Greenville in Unity Park on Tuesday in a ceremonial groundbreaking for the restoration of historic Mayberry Park.

“From the first time we heard the story of Mayberry Park and i...

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Posted on: January 30, 2023

Apartment Complex Purchased for Affordable Housing

Century Plaza apartments

The Greenville Housing Fund (GHF) has purchased Century Plaza Apartments, formerly known as The Ivy, a 212-unit complex on Century Drive in the Overbrook neighborhood. It is GHF’s largest financial transaction to date. The $31 million acquisition was faci...

Century Plaza

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Posted on: June 12, 2023


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Greenville City Council approved the creation of a new economic development arm. The Greenville City Economic Development Corporation (GCEDC) will be a 501(c)3 with its own board of directors and the ability to raise private funding, much like other econo...

GCEDC Details

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Posted on: June 26, 2023

City Council Names New City Manager

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Former Assistant City Manager and Planning Director, Shannon Lavrin is Greenville’s new City Manager. Lavrin was sworn in during the Formal Meeting of City Council Monday evening and assumes the role immediately.

“We are proud to have a seamless transition...

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Posted on: August 28, 2023

Council Approves Spending Priorities for Tree Fund

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The City’s “Open Space Fund,” now topping $1.1 million, will grow and preserve Greenville’s tree canopy.

City Council received an update on the fund, which has grown rapidly since the Landscape and Tree Preservation Ordinance was established in 2021. The n...

Tree Fund Details

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Posted on: September 25, 2023

Council Approves Pedestrian and Road Safety Projects

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City Council approved a list of projects to be funded by a $20 million state budget allocation for “Public Space Upgrades and Safety Improvements” in the City of Greenville.  

The projects, focused mainly on pedestrian and traffic safety, will add...

Project Details

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Posted on: October 12, 2023

Partners Invest $13 Million in Affordable, Workforce and Senior Housing

Mayor Knox White and Bryan Brown of the Greenville Housing Fund

Representatives of Greenville Housing Fund (GHF), the City of Greenville, and Truist Bank gathered at Unity Park for a $13.4 million ceremonial check presentation and celebration of 147 units of affordable senior housing coming soon at Southernside Senior...

Housing Details

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Posted on: October 23, 2023

Brooks' Playground: A Play Space for All

Brooks playing in the sand

Cleveland Park will host a playground specifically designed for special needs children.

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