division of geographic information
Web-Based Mapping Applications
Proposed City Redistricting Map and Plan
The 2010 census revealed a population shift within the City limits. As a result of this shift, the current City Council districts do not meet the guidelines of the Voting Rights Act. In response, the City of Greenville has developed a proposed redistricting plan that will redraw the boundary lines for the four voting districts for City Council. These proposed changes will ensure compliance with the Voting Rights Act.
The City of Greenville held four public input meetings to discuss the proposed redistricting plan.
At each meeting, City staff presented the proposed changes to the current City Council districts, answered questions
and received input regarding those changes.
View Interactive Redistricting Map
Download Map (PDF document)
Where's My House?
Find a City Address and Learn about the Associated Services
Notes: Where's My House? requires Flash Player 10 for functionality. Download the latest version of this free software now. If you are viewing Where's My House on a screen that is less than 17", you will need to type the F11 key to view the application in full screen.
Where's My House? will search for an address and determine if it is within the City of Greenville and therefore potentially eligible for City Services. For addresses within the City of Greenville, Where's My House?, will provide the following additional information:
- 2009 Aerial Photography
- Property/Parcel Number*
- Notifies if the Property/Parcel associated with this address
touches FEMA Flood Hazard Areas**
- Fire District and serving Fire Station
- Fire hydrants within 500 ft of entered address
- Residential Solid Waste Pickup Day where available
- City Council District and Representative
- Notifies if address is within an Overlay or Historic District
- Notifies if address is within a Special Emphasis Neighborhood
- Creates printable map and report in .pdf format
- Link to view 2011, 2009, 2007 Oblique/Directional Aerial Photos (Pictometry) from located address
* Property/Parcel information is provided by Greenville County. It is not a Land Survey and should not be used as such. If an address is a part of a multi-unit address or building, the Property/Parcel Number may be incorrect. Consult Greenville County Real Property Services Division for verification.
** The FEMA information provided in this application does NOT replace the Flood Verification Letter that is provided by the City's Engineering Division.
Swamp Rabbit Interactive Map
The Swamp Rabbit Interactive Map's purpose is to aid
everyone - from out-of-town visitors interested in experiencing the Swamp Rabbit Trail
to regular trail users - by providing useful trip-planning information. The map is
especially content-rich inside the City of Greenville — featuring trail amenities
and points of interest, as well as special considerations for a safe experience.
Photos, IPIX 360 degree images, and audio are available at select locations. This
web map is accessible from all types of devices and operating systems.
Information and Map Links
Directional Viewer (Pictometry)
The Directional Viewer allows you to find an address location in the city and then access a variety of aerial photos taken at different altitudes and from each of the 4 compass directions (North, South, East, West). You can also select the year that the photos were taken: 2007, 2009, or 2011.
Historic Aerial Photography Viewer
Notes: The Historical Aerial Photography Viewer requires Flash Player 10 for
functionality. Download the latest version of
this free software now.
This interactive web application allows users to view aerial photos and maps of the city of Greenville dating as far back as 1920. Users can search by street name and can view photos and maps from 1920, 1955, 1965, 1979, 1989, 1997 and 2009. The application was created by the City’s Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Division to illustrate land development within the city over time.
This interactive mapping application is hosted by Greenville County and provides
access to property information, zoning, streets, municipal boundary, water features,
etc. within the city limits of Greenville.
The City of Greenville GIS and Greenville County GIS work together to provide an
integrated and unified county-wide database of common geographic information to
the public within a single mapping application environment.
The City of Greenville's Cemetery Viewer allows easy access to locate specific interments
(graves) or deeded lots in the Springwood and Richland cemeteries. You can search
interments by name or death date, and search plots by name or number.