Civil Engineering Projects
The City’s engineering staff plans, designs and manages capital improvement projects, including storm and sewer infrastructure projects, and roadway improvements.
Fairforest Way is slated for road widening, landscaping and lighting, from Ridge Road to Laurens Road.
Landscaped islands and bump-outs will be added to McDaniel Avenue to improve safety and add bicycle improvements.
The city's ongoing pavement management program resurfaces and rehabilitates city roadways. Details on Street Rehab
The Woodruff Road Bypass
A new road, the Woodruff Road Bypass, will run parallel to Woodruff Road and improve traffic flow through the area.
The city will install sidewalks along Haywood Road, from the Haywood Mall entrance to the existing walkway in front of Haverty's furniture store.
Verdae Boulevard will receive new sidewalks, medians and repaving from Woodruff to Laurens Road.
Sulphur Springs Bridge
The bridge on Old Sulphur Springs Road, near Verdae Boulevard, has been replaced.
The city completed streetscape work along Pendleton Road, between the Village of West Greenville Plaza and Irvine Street.
Village of West Greenville Streetscape
Streetscape work is complete along Pendleton Street, between the new Village of West Greenville Plaza and Irvine Street.
The Rhett Street streetscape project improves pedestrian access along Rhett Street, between Falls Park Drive and River Street.
West Greenville Plaza
The West Greenville Plaza, located at Branwood Street and Perry Avenue, provided a much-needed urban gathering place for Village of West Greenville residents and visitors.