News Releases

  1. 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...
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. Greenlink Announces 2020 Citizens Transit Academy Class

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on January 3, 2020

    On Jan. 7, Greenlink will welcome 24 new participants to the Citizens Transit Academy, a program designed to offer Greenville County residents a unique opportunity to learn about public transportation and the opportunities and challenges facing Greenlink. More about Transit Academy
  10. Greenville Zoo Accepting Conservation Grant Applications

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on December 31, 2019

    The Greenville Zoo is currently accepting applications for its conservation grant program. Utilizing funds raised through the Quarters for Conservation program, the zoo awards grants to projects that focus on field conservation, research or education. Grant Information
  11. City Reminds Residents of New Fireworks Ordinance

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on December 30, 2019

    City Council passed an ordinance that prohibits individuals from igniting any fireworks between the hours of 10 p.m. and 9 a.m.; however, the ordinance includes an exception that allows extended hours for New Year’s Eve and the Fourth of July. Fireworks Regulations
  12. City Offering Annual Christmas Tree Recycling Program

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on December 26, 2019

    The City of Greenville is once again offering its annual Christmas tree recycling program. Trees can be placed at the curb for collection on regularly scheduled pick-up days or taken to one of four convenient locations for recycling. Tree Recycling Details
  13. City Selects Nancy Whitworth as Parade Grand Marshal

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on December 6, 2019

    Longtime City of Greenville Economic Development Director Nancy Whitworth, who will retire in January after 40 years of service to the Greenville community, will serve as grand marshal. More about the Grand Marshal
  14. A Full Season of Holiday Happenings

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on December 3, 2019

    The City is offering a full lineup of holiday activities and events and transforming downtown into a festive destination for shopping and dining this season. Holiday Details
  15. United Community Bank Ice on Main Rink Installation to Begin This Week

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on October 30, 2019

    The chiller that helps keep the ice frozen throughout the United Community Bank Ice on Main season is scheduled to arrive on Friday. Ice on Main Installation Details
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