News Releases

  1. Unity Park Budget Approved

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on March 25, 2020

    Council members approved the Unity Park budget and sale of hospitality tax bonds for the 60-acre project on Greenville’s West Side. Budget Details
  2. Gower Park Graffiti Damage

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on March 20, 2020

    The City of Greenville is offering a $5000 reward for tips that lead to an arrest for vandalism at Gower Park. Vandalism Details
  3. Mayor Offers Support to Businesses

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on March 18, 2020

    After City Council unanimously approved an emergency ordinance designed to help stop the spread of COVID-19, Mayor White invited residents to join him in supporting local businesses. The City closed dining areas through March 31. Ordinance Details
  4. Mayor Takes Emergency Action

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on March 17, 2020

    Mayor Knox White took emergency action Tuesday, requiring restaurants and bars to close dining areas, and offer curbside and drive-thru service only. Emergency Information
  5. City Expands Closures

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on March 16, 2020

    To limit the spread of COVID-19, city playgrounds are now closed and all city-permitted events through May 10 are postponed. Details on Closures and Events
  6. City Modifies Operations

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on March 13, 2020

    Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the City will modify operations. City buildings will be closed to public access; however, essential services, including police, fire, court and public works will continue. Operations Details
  7. Search for New Greenville Police Chief Underway

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on February 26, 2020

    The City of Greenville is launching a nationwide search for its new police chief. More about Police Chief Search
  8. City of Greenville and Duke Energy Partner on Neighborhood Initiative

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on February 21, 2020

    For the second year in a row, the City of Greenville is partnering with Duke Energy on a campaign to encourage city residents to report burned out streetlights in their neighborhoods. Read on...
  9. Greenlink Offering “Food for Fare”

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on February 11, 2020

    Pay for your bus fare with a food donation during Greelink's Food for Fare day this Friday, February 14. Food for Fare Details
  10. Columbarium Presales to Begin in February

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on January 31, 2020

    Presales for the new Springwood Cemetery Columbarium are scheduled to begin Monday, February 3 and will include niches, memorial wall plaques and a limited number of memorial benches and trees. Columbarium Presales
  11. Greenlink Proposing to End Sale of Paper Punch Passes

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on January 24, 2020

    Greenlink is proposing that the sale of paper 20-ride punch passes be discontinued effective July 1, 2020. Punch Pass to be Discontinued
  12. Greenville Zoo Staff Monitoring Amur Leopard Pregnancy

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on January 16, 2020

    Over the past month, the Greenville Zoo staff has used ultrasound imaging to confirm that Jade, the zoo’s nine-year-old female Amur leopard, is pregnant and monitor the health of her unborn cubs. More about the Leopard Cubs
  13. Streetlight Replacement Project Scheduled to Begin January 15

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on January 14, 2020

    The City is partnering with Duke Energy to replace approximately 105 streetlights on Main Street, between North Street and Broad Street, with LED lights and new, uniform fixtures to match the ones installed in the 200 block. More about Streetlights
  14. Greenlink to Host Listening Sessions for Customer Feedback

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on January 10, 2020

    Greenlink implemented multiple changes to its fixed routes on July 1, 2019, and now that the redesigned routes have been in service for six months, the Greenlink staff is hosting a series of customer listening sessions to gauge their effectiveness. Listening Session Details
  15. Bank of America Fall for Greenville Donates Festival Proceeds to Local Nonprofit Organizations

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on January 8, 2020

    Bank of America Fall for Greenville board members and event partners today presented $38,600 to 12 nonprofit organizations from the local community. Donation Details
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