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Posted on: May 14, 2020

Main Street Reopening

The City will reopen the section of Main Street from North Street to Washington Street Friday, May 15. The section of Main Street from Washington Street to McBee Avenue will remain closed to provide extended areas for walking and dining.

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Posted on: May 12, 2020

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Business Recovery Task Force Launches “Greater Greenville Pledge”Pledge Encourages Greenville County Businesses to Reopen Responsibly

As South Carolina restaurants resume modified dine-in service and retailers, service businesses and ma...

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Posted on: April 23, 2020

Economic Development Partnership to Promote Business Recovery

Task Force Provides Insights, Support and Resources for Rebuilding

The City of Greenville, Greenville County, the Greenville Chamber and the Greenville Area Development Corporation launched a Business Recovery Task Force today to listen, guide and support ...

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Posted on: May 1, 2020

Swamp Rabbit Trail Begins to Reopen

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The City of Greenville reopened a majority of the Swamp Rabbit Trail. There will be a signed bypass to guide trail users around Falls Park and the Cancer Survivors Park portions of the trail. Cleveland Park Drive and Lakehurst Street will also be opened f...

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Posted on: March 18, 2020

Essential Services Continue

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Police, Fire, Public Works and Greenlink are continuing to provide essential public safety, trash/recycling collection and transportation services. Contact Greenville Cares at 232-(CARE)2273 or cares@greenvillesc.gov to report any concerns.

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Posted on: April 3, 2020

City Council Enacts Emergency Ordinance to Ensure Social Distancing

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Greenville City Council has enacted measures to control COVID-19 outbreaks and minimize risk to the community by adopting an emergency ordinance to require businesses to implement social distancing measures unless they impose an undue hardship. The City r...

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Posted on: April 1, 2020

10-Passenger Limit on Greenlink Buses Effective April 2

To meet social distancing requirements, beginning Thursday, April 2, Greenlink limited capacity on all fixed-route buses to 10 passengers. This means that bus drivers must bypass bus stops if their bus is at maximum capacity and cannot allow customers to ...

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