News Releases

  1. Public Survey Asks About Understanding of Human Trafficking

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

    Greenlink opens its public awareness campaign with a survey to determine existing knowledge and perception of human trafficking in Greenville. Campaign Details
  2. Public Feedback Sought on Police Policies and Perceptions

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

    Please take a few minutes to complete an online survey on topics such as diversity, K-9s, use of force, body-worn cameras and training. More about the Survey
  3. City Awards CARES Act Funds to Community Partners

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

    The City has distributed more than a half-million dollars to local service organizations working with those impacted by COVID-19. Grant Award Details
  4. City to Hold Fall Recycling Event August 22

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

    The City of Greenville will hold its fall Shredding & E-Waste Recycling Event this Saturday, August 22 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Public Works campus, located at 475 Fairforest Way. E-Cycling Event Details
  5. City to Host Virtual Meeting on Proposed Changes to Tree Protection Ordinance

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

    The City of Greenville will host a virtual public meeting this Wednesday, July 22 at 6 p.m. to present proposed changes to the City’s tree preservation and protection ordinance. Meeting Details
  6. Greenlink Adding Six New Electric Buses to Fleet

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on July 9, 2020

    The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) recently awarded $130 million in grants to 41 recipients, including Greenlink, through its Low- or No-Emission (Low-No) Grant program. Grant Details
  7. Greenville City Fire Department Urges Residents to Celebrate Safely

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on June 29, 2020

    The Greenville City Fire Department (GCFD) is urging residents to stay safe when celebrating over the July 4th holiday weekend. Fireworks Alternatives
  8. Council Passes Emergency Ordinance Requiring Facial Covering Inside Select Businesses

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on June 22, 2020

    Greenville City Council passed an emergency ordinance Monday night requiring customers to wear masks while inside grocery stores and pharmacies. The ordinance also requires that employees wear masks in restaurants, retail shops, barber shops and salons. Ordinance Details
  9. Greenville Establishes Citizens Advisory Panel on Public Safety

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on June 22, 2020

    Panel to improve communication, review police policy and recommend improved minority hiring practices. More about the Panel
  10. Message from Mayor Knox White

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on June 12, 2020

    I believe words have power, but it takes action to create meaningful change. Read Mayor's Message
  11. City Council Unanimously Approves FY 2021 Budget

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

    The City is investing in its priorities without increasing taxes and fees or furloughing employees. Budget Details
  12. Redesigned Trolley Network Launching June 4

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

    Greenlink will resume trolley service on Thursday, June 4 with a redesigned trolley route network. Trolley Details
  13. TD Essential Market Opens Saturday

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on June 2, 2020

    The modified market will include 42 vendors each week. Market Details
  14. Greenlink Transitioning Paper Punch Passes to Electronic Ticketing July 1

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

    Beginning July 1, Greenlink will no longer sell 20-ride paper punch passes. Ticketing Details
  15. No Tax or Fee Increases in City FY 2021 Budget

    Posted to City of Greenville Official News Releases on May 19, 2020

    Prudent financial planning will provide the needed cushion to continue operations without increasing taxes or fees. Budget Details
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