1. Happening in Greenville

    Browse city meetings & events
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  1. Aug 31
  2. City Council Work Session

  1. Sep 1
  2. Greenville Water - Commissioners of Public Works

  3. Green Ribbon Advisory Committee - Natural Systems Ad-hoc

  1. Sep 2
  2. Arts in Public Places

  1. Sep 3
  2. Design Review Board - Neighborhood Panel

  3. Design Review Board - Urban Panel

  1. Sep 7
  2. Labor Day Holiday

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  1. In the News

    News & Announcements from the city
  1. Photo of The Suffers

    Fall for Greenville Adds Thursday Concert

    Greenville's hottest street festival is expanding - a free Thursday concert has been added to the lineup! More
  2. BigBelly compactor being installed on Main Street

    Solar-Powered Trash/Recycling Compactors Installed Downtown

    Two new BigBelly compactors hold more than five times the waste compared to a traditional receptacle! Read on...
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    Greenlink Buses Now Feature Triple Bicycle Racks

    New transit racks that can carry up to three bicycles have been installed on Greenlink’s fixed route buses. More
  4. photo of firefighters wearing turnout gear

    Apply for the Citizens Fire Academy

    Learn firsthand what it's like to be a firefighter! Anyone 18 or older can apply. More
  5. image of dog wearing a Santa suit

    Applications Now Being Accepted for the 2015 Poinsettia Christmas Parade

    Business, school or community groups can now apply to enter a float or marching/walking unit. More
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    Greenlink Installs Bike Fix-It Station Outside Transit Center

    Greenlink has installed a new bicycle repair station on W. McBee Avenue outside the downtown transfer center. Sponsored by Southern First Bank, the new station is available for public use. More
  7. Downtown Trolley

    Greenville County Square Now a Permanent Trolley Park-and-Ride

    Greenville County Square, a longtime park-and-ride location for Greenville Drive fans, is now a permanent park-and-ride for the downtown trolleys. More
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