Pick up is available at three locations downtown - the Transit Center on McBee, Richardson and West North Street or Heritage Green. The service runs Friday from 4-11 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. - 11 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Sign up for the 2022-2023 Youth Afterschool Study Buddies program where students receive homework assistance, life skills development, recreational activities, educational projects and much more! This program is open to students in 5K through 8th grade.
The section of the Swamp Rabbit Trail from Cancer Survivors Park to the Major Rudolph Anderson Memorial is open. The Furman College Way detour remains in place through October for County Square construction.
The Greenville Water Splash Pad at Unity Park will be closed beginning Monday, June 20. It will re-open Fourth of July weekend.
After a month of operation, contractors have identified issues with the pump house, drainage and jet heads that need to be addre...
Greenville City Manager John McDonough officially removed the “interim” tag to make Brian Horton the Greenville City Fire Department Chief.
Chief Horton took over the role in August 2021 after the retirement of Chief Stephen Kovalcik.
Horton began his fire ...
The City is asking downtown visitors to help reduce noise along Main Street, by refraining from playing loud music or revving engines. Violators of the city's noise ordinance will be subject to a maximum fine of $1,087.
Greenville City Council gave final approval - by a 5-2 vote - to build an observation tower in Unity Park, committing both public and private funds to the project.
Called Honor Tower, the structure would create an accessible, unique vantage point...
Greenville City Council unanimously gave final approval to a $237 million budget that puts significant focus on traffic and safety improvements, sidewalks, sewer system upgrades and additional personnel to improve customer service.
The City will also make ...
A trail detour is in place through June on either side of Cancer Survivors Park. A ReWa contractor is working on sewer upgrades and must close the trail to access the lines.
BMW Manufacturing announced it will donate $1.25 million to restore and preserve eight acres of urban wetlands at Unity Park. The donation will also support the construction of a series of low-impact boardwalks and overlooks through the wetlands, which oc...
The City of Greenville's COVID-19 Data Hub includes variant case statistics and an automated reporting process to improve reliability.
A critical component of the Unity Park Master Plan is the Tree Management Plan, which addresses how the river restoration project and construction of the park will impact the trees located on the site and outlines the City’s plan to mitigate that impact. ...
City officials unveiled a new design for Unity Park’s Auro Bridge, which will span 165 feet across the Reedy River in the heart of the 60-acre park. The bridge will be made of weathered steel, with cable railing and wood decking – a nod to the rich indust...
For the environmental engineers designing Unity Park, it’s what you won’t see that brings them the biggest sense of accomplishment.
Designers are creating a state-of-the-art drainage system to reduce floodwaters in the park and surrounding neighb...
GVL STARTS has named its first class of aspiring entrepreneurs.
The new program at Furman University’s Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship is a partnership with the City of Greenville, Greenville Local Development Corpo...
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, as well as those who visit downtown in the evening...
Twenty years ago, the city of Greenville’s population was approximately 56,000, with about 24,000 households. Today, the population is almost 71,000, with roughly 30,000 households. Essentially, the city gained around six new households every week from 20...
The City hosted virtual and in-person meetings, drawing more than 100 participants, to hear feedback on key issues related to future development.
Draft plans for the five code test areas will be developed using the feedback from the public. The plans will ...
Staff established three specialized working groups to advise them: neighborhood leaders, design professionals and developers.
The City began identifying area representatives who will help guide code testing in five locations: Augusta-Mauldin-Pleasantburg, Stone and Main district, Greater Sullivan neighborhood, McAlister Square and North Laurens Road.
Take a deeper dive into the issues that will shape the city's new development code.
You'll be seeing a lot of these two "animated" residents over the next year as we explore and explain the changes underway with the city's development code.
Food Truck: We Got the Beets
Food Truck: Everything Egg Roll
Food Truck: HipBurger
Mystic Vibrations was formed in 1993 and has been going strong ever since. Reggae music is the main focus. Members hail from Jamaica, St Kitts and America. We have combined the difference in cultures and bring a solid bra...
Food Truck: Seoul Republik
Imagine this: Raspy pop vocals, swoon-worthy saxophone, funky bass, "in the pocket" drums, tasty guitar licks, chilled keys, and glittering personalities. Kylie Odetta & The Dream Team are a soul/pop band ...
Genre: Barnyard Dance/Progressive Bluegrass
Food Truck: One Eyed Donkey
Genre: Pop Rock
Genre: Indie Rock
Excons are a four piece band from Greenville, SC playing roots based, indie rock blending classic sounds and creative textures to tell modern fables. Many of the songs use allegory to reimagine the thoughts and concer...
Each year Piedmont Natural Gas Downtown Alive presents a BATTLE OF THE BANDS contest whee the overall winner receives a paid performance on the last date of the concert series and studio time at Sit-n-Spin Studios. Contest rules and guidelines coming soon...
The Greenville City Fire Department is offering Virtual Fire Safety Presentations and Virtual Fire Station Tours to schools.
If you are interested in what the Greenville City Fire Department could do to bring a smile to your school's face during these trou...
The recall involves Kidde TruSense Smoke Alarms & Combination Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Alarms. The recalled units are Kidde Model Series 2040, 2050, 2060 and 2070 Smoke & Combination Smoke/Carbon Monoxide alarms. Only alarms with t...
City residents can request a smoke alarm check. If your alarm is not working, it will be replaced at no charge to you.
The Greenville City Fire Department (GCFD) has received Accredited Agency status with the Commission on Fire Accreditation International (CFAI). GCFD is one of only 250 agencies to achieve Internationally Accredited Agency status with the CFAI and the Cen...
Welcome to Greenlink, your link to public transportation in Greenville, South Carolina.
Greenville Area Paratransit (GAP) service provides for disabled individuals who are unable to ride Greenlink's fixed route buses.
Find out more about the hours of operation and the routes for the Greenlink Transit system.
Greenlink offers new customers the opportunity to familiarize themselves with our vehicles and boarding procedures.
The post about Greenville features Falls Park, the Swamp Rabbit Trail, Greenville's emerging arts scene and the City's festivals.
CNN Travel calls Greenville an overlooked gem of the south featuring one of the most romantic restaurants in the world.
Condé Nast Traveler cites Greenville's Saturday Market and Artisphere as just a few reasons that make it one of the best places in the world to travel to in May.
“The South has a new game in town,” according to Fodor’s Travel Go List 2022.
Greenville is one of 49 destinations - ranging from the island of St. Croix to the far north of Whittier, Alaska - to make the list.
From the city’s best restaurants to ...
Southern Living says Greenville "has become a destination."
Greenville is ranked the "No. 5 Best Small City in the United States" in the 2021 Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards.
The City moved up one spot from last year, making the list for the fifth time.
“Greenville is no longer a ‘well...
Greenville is among the best cities to start a business in, according to WalletHub. The City received particularly high marks for access to resources.
Rocket Homes found Greenville to be one of the best places to live in South Carolina!
TRAVELMAG reports Greenville is one of the 20 best beer towns in the United States!
Greenville is listed among the 150 Best Places to Live in the U.S. in 2021-2022, according to U.S. News and World Report!
Fodor's choose Greenville's Reedy Riverwalk among the top in the nation. Find out why!
Latoria Mayes, 5/31/2022, Position Transfer, Administrative Assistant
Paul Dow, 5/23/2022, Promotion, City Engineer
Eric Cisneros, 5/23/2022, Position Transfer, Equipment Operator in Training
Savannah Corley, 5/23/2022, Promotion, Special Events Coordinator
Shelby Perkins, 5/23/2022, Employee Health Center Coordinator, Human Resources
Justin Smith, 5/23/2022, Bus Operator in Training, Greenlink
Yolanda Solomon, 5/23/2022, Bus Operator in Training, Greenlink
Rick Spruill, 5/23/2022, Digital Me...
Shopping for the Best Health Care Options
Find the best health care options just like you check out your choices in cars, hotels or restaurants.
The Blue Cross Blue Shield’s Shopping Care tool provides doctor and hospital ratings, prices for a pr...
The band HornTraXX is based in Central, SC and has been playing across the Upstate since 2001. The heart of HornTraXX is its horns (trumpet, saxophone, and trombone) blended together to give a full, strong h...
Food Truck: Cluk Truk
XperienceSoul strives to bring you the best quality of music for all occasions with songs by iconic and timeless R&B,Funk,Jazz,Neo-Soul,Blues artists..With their high energy and mature vibe , XperienceSoul...
According to the Mountain Xpress, the Free Flow Band members are the “The Guardians of Funk, and an Irresistible Dance Party that draws fans from across generations and social groups and if you ask their fans...
Genre: Classic Rock/Beach
Onstage or off, Split Shot are the kind of guys you genuinely want to call friends. With the charm only true Southerner’s can possess, they bring their talent to the stage with a quick-witted knee-slapping sen...
Genre: 80s Party
Sunsett Strip is a professional tribute band that pays honor to the music of the great Hair Metal/Glam bands of the 80s. Come join us for a trip down memory lane. Music by bands such as Poison, Ratt, Scorpions, Dokken,...
Food Truck: Everything Egg Roll &n...
Dana Jones and the Bruce Caldwell Project is an 8 piece band that features a full horn section. Their eclectic song list covers everything from Prohibition Era swing to contemporary funk. The members of the band are all pr...
Genre: Blues/Rock & Roll
The 'Kats have made a name as the only band to play the classic swing hits AND Motown and classic rock, too!A veteran on the Southeast music scene, Gwen & The 'Kats are one of the busiest bands in th...
Don't risk getting a ticket on your golf cart. Greenville Police have a few reminders before you take it out of the neighborhood.
Parking is available at the Commons and in the Mayberry lot on the south side of the Reedy. Consider parking downtown. The Riverplace Garage is a 0.5 mile walk to the park on the Swamp Rabbit Trail. Poinsett and Richardson Street Garages are 0.75 miles.
The Greenville News reported on BMW Manufacturing's $1.25 million donation to restore and preserve wetlands at Unity Park.
Greenville Business Magazine reported on the dedication of a statue and plaza to honor Lila Mae Brock's legacy at Unity Park.
Greenville Journal reported on Spero Financial's $250,000 to sponsor a plaza at the center of Unity Park. It will be named in honor of Southernside community leader Mary Duckett.
The Spinks Family Foundation today announced it has donated $250,000 toward one of three pedestrian bridges crossing the Reedy River in Unity Park.
Crews installed the 110-foot Spinks Bridge over the Reedy near the west boundary of the park this week. The ...
As the end of 2020 approaches, progress continues on Unity Park, Greenville's 60-acre, $61 million project that is steadily taking shape west of downtown.
The City of Greenville will soon have more affordable housing options near Unity Park after city council voted to donate nearly six acres of property to the Greenville Housing Fund.
The city of Greenville has donated land valued at $8 million near Unity Park to be dedicated to affordable, workforce and senior-citizen housing.
The Unity Park project moves forward despite a slowing of economic growth activity caused by the global pandemic.
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