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Public Input Needed on Community Issues


Comprehensive Plan Survey


As part of GVL2040, the City of Greenville's comprehensive planning process, the public is encouraged to participate in a new online survey designed to identify community issues and priorities and how Greenville residents and stakeholders perceive and respond to specific trends. The results of the survey will help the Comprehensive Plan consultant team and the Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee draft a set of community values and create a list of the community‚Äôs highest priorities for the comprehensive planning process.  
 
The survey is available at https://publicinput.com/GVL2040-Survey1 and the deadline to participate is Monday, July 29. In addition to participating in the survey, Greenville residents and stakeholders are also encouraged to visit the official GVL2040 website and register to receive emails about upcoming GVL2040 meetings and announcements.

Downtown Transportation Master Plan Survey


Greenville has experienced significant growth over the past few decades and is continuing to see an influx of residential and commercial development downtown. Efforts are underway to develop a Downtown Transportation Master Plan to identify strategies that will improve mobility, traffic circulation and safety downtown. The study area includes the Central Business District as well as major corridors that feed into downtown.

The project team has developed a short questionnaire designed to better understand how people travel to, from and around downtown and make recommendations for short- and long-term transportation improvement projects. The questionnaire is available online at https://publicinput.com/DowntownTraffic and the deadline to participate is July 23. Anyone who lives and/or works downtown, as well as anyone who visits downtown, is invited and encouraged to complete the survey.

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