Please see below update on events, protests and details about downtown.
Events / Peaceful Protest Schedule
Picketing Notice - Confederate History Month - Saturday, April 3 - 12pm - Confederate Statue at Springwood Cemetery
The City is aware of a peaceful protest planned this weekend. The protest is scheduled on Saturday from 12pm - 5pm at Springwood Cemetery. The Greenville Police Department has been in communication with protest organizers.
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West End Small Area Plan
The City hosted the West End Small Area Plan Public Meeting on Tuesday, March 23. Below is a link to a survey for the West End community to provide comments as we gather information for the formation of the plan. The survey will be available until April 9.
Greenville is the first East Coast city in the United States to host world-renowned Mexican artist, Jorge Marin's monumental bronze sculpture collection. The sculptures will be on display until October of 2021. To learn more about this art exhibit, visit wingsofgvl.com
Next Week: Greenville Heritage Sound Check presented by Pepsi Zero Sugar
Greenville Heritage Sound Check presented by Pepsi Zero Sugar returns to downtown Greenville on April 7! The brand new socially distanced concert series will be held on Wednesdays from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. starting April 7 through September 29 at the Peace Center Amphitheatre. Check out GVLSoundCheck.com for details on reserving a socially distanced space!
City of Greenville Week in Review
The City’s Communications Department has created a Week in Review video. These videos post every Saturday on the City’s Facebook page.
Questions / Concerns
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Will Young at firstname.lastname@example.org or 864-467-5751. You can also click on the below link.