News Releases

  1. 10/9/2017 - Greenville City Fire Department Celebrating National Fire Prevention Week

    You awaken to the smoke alarm sounding and the smell of smoke. If you don’t have a plan, it could jeopardize your safety, or even prove deadly. That’s the message behind this year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign, “Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways Out!” More about Fire Prevention Week
  2. 10/4/2017 - Swamp Rabbit Trail and Boardwalk Reopens

    The Swamp Rabbit Trail and the boardwalk through the Cancer Survivors Park will be open every day from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. (regular park operating hours). More about Cancer Survivors Park
  3. 10/4/2017 - BB&T Fall for Greenville Serves Up "A Taste of Our Town" October 13-15

    As one of the most highly anticipated events of the year, BB&T Fall for Greenville returns to downtown Greenville October 13-15 with signature tastes from 47 different food vendors. More about Fall for Greenville
  4. 10/3/2017 - Greenlink Celebrating Try Transit Month

    Try Transit Month is part of an ongoing initiative to educate Greenville County residents about the economic and environmental benefits of public transit and encourage citizens who do not typically use public transportation to ride Greenlink. More about Try Transit Month
  5. 9/29/2017 - Election Commission Declares District 4 and Commissioner of Public Works Winners

    The Municipal Election Commission of the city of Greenville met on Friday, September 29 in preparation for the 2017 General Election scheduled for Tuesday, November 7. More about municipal elections
  6. 9/25/2017 - Section of Falls Street to be Closed Temporarily

    Beginning Wednesday, September 27, the section of Falls Street between Japanese Dogwood Lane and East Broad Street will be closed for approximately two months. More about Falls Street closure
  7. 9/18/2017 - Greenville Transit Authority Receives Grant for Electric Buses

    On Friday, the Federal Transit Administration announced $55 million in grant awards through its Low or No Emission (Low-No) Vehicle Program, which funds the development of transit buses and infrastructure that use advanced fuel technologies. More about electric buses
  8. 9/13/2017 - Greenlink Seeking Public Input on Proposed Route Changes

    Greenlink will host a series of 16 drop-in style meetings during the months of October and November to give Greenville County residents ample opportunity to learn about the proposed changes and provide input. More about route changes
  9. 9/8/2017 - SC HART Team Returns from Assisting Texans; Prepares to Assist Carolinians

    The South Carolina Helicopter Aquatics Rescue Team (SC HART) has returned home after assisting Texans during Hurricane Harvey disaster response, and now prepares to assist their own citizens as Irma threatens the Carolinas. More about SC HART
  10. 9/6/2017 - Greenville Zoo Announces Future Scholar as Title Sponsor of 2017 Boo in the Zoo

    The Greenville Zoo today announced Future Scholar as the 2017 title sponsor of Boo in the Zoo, the Greenville Zoo’s signature Halloween event. More about Boo in the Zoo
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