Greater Greenville Sanitation District
Purpose(s)/Service(s): provides for sanitation
The Greater Greenville Sanitation Commission governs this special purpose district. The commission consists of five members who are residents of the district. The governor appoints the commission members upon recommendation of a majority of the Greenville County Council for terms of five years and until their successors are appointed and qualify.
The commission operates the district for the collection of refuse, garbage and trash and it also provides for its disposal. The district covers the metropolitan Greenville area outside the municipalities. The districtís operations are funded through a tax millage and collection fees, both of which must be approved by Greenville County Council.
The Board meets at 1501 W. Washington Street, Greenville, on the fourth Tuesday at 7:00 p.m.
The commission has additional powers and duties as follows:
For additional detailed powers and duties see SC General Assembly Act No. 761 of 1971.