The City of Greenville Comprehensive Plan
Every Greenville resident is a stakeholder in their home and future and everyone's participation is needed to make this an inclusive, successful process.
We're having a citywide conversation about change, focusing on where we are now and where we want to go in the next 20 years. This plan will guide elected officials, staff, planning board members and others when working with regulations, policies and projects that impact development and the quality of life in Greenville.
Public invited to Open House on August 7
The City of Greenville will host a drop-in style public meeting for GVL2040, the City’s comprehensive planning process, on Wednesday, August 7, from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the Springfield Baptist Church Fellowship Hall (600 E McBee Ave). The meeting is informal and community members are invited to stop by any time during the open house to meet the consultant team from czb and Ingalls Planning & Design and members of the Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee, learn more about the comprehensive planning process and share their vision for the city’s future. There will not be a formal presentation.
The GVL2040 Steering Committee
The steering committee members were chosen from 226 applicants. They will work with the City's planning staff, the planning consultant team and other community members to provide insight, spread the word about planning efforts and advise on the plan's substance.
Register to receive email about GVL2040 upcoming meetings and announcements.
- What is Greenville 2040?
- What is a comprehensive plan?
- Why does the City of Greenville need a Comprehensive Plan?
- What is included in this type of plan?
- How will this affect me?
- Who will lead the planning process?
- How can I get involved?
- Do I have to be an expert to contribute ideas?
- How will my input be used?
- How is Greenville 2040 different from other planning processes in the community?
- What is the timeline for completing the plan?
- Where can I learn more?