News Releases

  1. Wells Fargo Red, White and Blue Festival Moving to Downtown Greenville’s West End

    Wells Fargo Red, White and Blue presented by AT&T, the City of Greenville’s annual Independence Day celebration, is moving its event site to a new location in downtown Greenville’s West End. More about July 4 celebration
  2. “Panda-monium” at Greenville Zoo

    Today Greenville Zoo director Jeff Bullock announced the arrival of three new residents - red panda cubs born June 12 to Collette and Steve, two of the Greenville Zoo’s three red pandas. More about Red Pandas
  3. Greenville Zoo to Present Next Conservation Lecture June 21

    The Greenville Zoo continues its popular Conservation Lecture Series this Thursday, June 21 with special guest Brett A. Wright, PhD., Dean of Clemson University’s College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences, to discuss The Global Tiger Initiative. More about Conservation Lecture Series
  4. Anniversary Discount Program Rewards Business Longevity

    On Friday, the City of Greenville will mail checks to 532 business owners as part of its Anniversary Discount Program, which is designed to reward longevity and recognize city businesses’ contributions and long-term commitment to the community. More about Business Longevity Program
  5. Summer Concert Series Returns Downtown June 6

    Enjoy 12 weeks of free music, Wednesdays through August at the Peace Center Amphitheater! More about the Concerts
  6. Free TD Saturday Market event to feature over 20 different vehicles

    Children have the opportunity to sit in the driver’s seat at the annual Penske Touch-A-Truck day set for June 2. During the event, children can climb on, learn about and discover their favorite big trucks and vehicles on display at the TD Saturday Market. More about Touch-A-Truck
  7. Greenville’s New Westside Park to Be Named Unity Park

    After a decade of study and planning, Greenville is taking the first steps in turning the vision of a 60-acre Westside park into reality – transforming and in some ways restoring a largely unseen and often forgotten part of our community’s history. More about Unity Park
  8. Greenville City Manager to Step Down

    Mayor Knox White announced this morning that John Castile has decided to step down as City Manager for the City of Greenville, a position he has held since June 2010. More about City Manager
  9. TD Saturday Market Season to Begin May 5

    The TD Saturday Market presented by Greenville Health System marks its 16th season May 5, providing farm-fresh produce, baked goods, meats, cheeses, seafood and other specialty foods to Main Street in downtown Greenville each week. More about TD Saturday Market
  10. City Council Holds First Reading on Proposed FY 2018-2019 Budget

    City Council held a public hearing and first reading on the City’s proposed FY 2018-2019 budget at its formal meeting. The City’s budget does not include a tax increase. The General Fund millage rate for FY 2018-2019 remains the same at 85.3 mills. More about budget
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