News Releases

  1. GVL STARTS Names First Class of Next High-Impact Ventures

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on August 12, 2021

    GVL Starts has selected its first group of innovative thinkers who will start in the program this fall. More about GVL STARTS
  2. Bank of America Fall for Greenville Donates over $14,000 to Local Non-Profits

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on June 24, 2021

    Bank of America Fall for Greenville today announced that it has awarded more than $14,000 to six local nonprofit organizations through its Fall for Giving program. Grant Details
  3. Governor’s Order Invalidates City Mask Ordinance

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on May 12, 2021

    The City of Greenville recognizes its emergency mask ordinance is no longer valid considering Governor Henry McMaster’s most recent Executive Order concerning the COVID-19 pandemic in South Carolina. Mask Ordinance Details
  4. Overwhelming Support Shown for “Wings of the City” Exhibit

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on May 11, 2021

    The City of Greenville and Hispanic Alliance express their gratitude to citizens and visitors. More about Wings of GVL
  5. City Receives $20,000 TD Green Space Grant

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on April 27, 2021

    TD Bank Group (TD) and the Arbor Day Foundation have awarded the City of Greenville a $20,000 TD Green Space Grant. Grant Details
  6. Dillard Named Greenville History and Heritage Advisor

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on March 22, 2021

    Representative Chandra Dillard, a former member of Greenville City Council, has volunteered her time to assist in the effort to preserve, protect and promote a comprehensive and inclusive depiction of our city’s history. Advisor Details
  7. Council Considers Neighborhood Preservation Ordinance

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on March 22, 2021

    City Council members will consider a temporary moratorium on multifamily and non-residential construction. The six-month moratorium would only impact properties directly adjacent to single family homes. Moratorium Details
  8. Election Filing Deadlines

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on March 19, 2021

    Statements of Intention of Candidacy with political parties for the 2021 Municipal Offices of City Council and the Greenville Water Commissioners of Public Works are now being accepted. Read on...
  9. Fluor Corporation Helps Fund Lila Mae Brock Plaza at Unity Park

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on March 5, 2021

    Fluor Corporation announced a gift of $10,000 to the City to help fund the Lila Mae Brock Plaza in honor of a beloved leader of the Southernside neighborhood who dedicated her life to feeding the hungry and helping the underserved in our community. Gift Details
  10. Wings of the City Exhibition Arrives in April

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on February 24, 2021

    Greenville will be the first city on the east coast to host a collection of nine monumental bronze sculptures by world-renowned artist Jorge Marín. More about Wings of GVL
  11. Greenlink Announces 2021 Citizens Transit Academy Class

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on January 6, 2021

    On Tuesday, January 5, Greenlink welcomed 20 participants to its third annual Citizens Transit Academy, a free, six-week program designed to offer Greenville County residents a unique opportunity to learn about public transportation. Read on...
  12. Greenlink Providing Later Service Hours and New Weekly Pass

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on January 5, 2021

    Greenlink has implemented the next phase of its plan to extend the service hours for its fixed routes, with all 12 routes now operating from 5:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Read on...
  13. City Employing License Plate Reader Technology

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on December 9, 2020

    After a year-long pilot program to determine how Automated License Plate Reader (ALPR) technology can be used to enhance crime solvability, the City will purchase additional readers to expand the program. Tech Details
  14. City Now Offering “Night Owl” Parking

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on August 2, 2019

    The City of Greenville is introducing a new monthly parking rate designed to provide an affordable, convenient parking option for hospitality workers and others who work outside of regular business hours. Night Owl parking
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