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Sans Souci Community Plan Final Draft
 Posted: 10/24/18 2:06 PM by Jonathan Hanna


On October 23rd, Greenville County Planning Staff met with the Sans Souci Neighborhood Alliance to reveal the final draft of the Sans Souci Community Plan. After introducing the plan, the bulk of the time spent was in allowing community members to review the final draft and ask questions as they arose. A digital version of the plan is also available online for any community members interested in reviewing the document after the meeting. Feedback, questions, or corrections will continue to be solicited over the following weeks, which may be directed to Tina Belge or Jonathan Hanna. Staff hopes to advertise the public hearing for the adoptio ...



 
 

 
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Sans Souci Community Meeting Recap: Community Plan Overview
 Posted: 07/27/18 2:38 PM by Jonathan Hanna


The Sans Souci Neighborhood Alliance hosted Greenville County Planning Staff once again as they presented residents with an outline of the in-progress Sans Souci Community Plan. Planner Tina Belge walked through the various goals and objectives that are currently serving as the tentpoles of the plan document. Once a draft of the plan is completed, the document will be shared with Sans Souci Neighborhood Alliance Committees and, ultimately, with the community-at-large. Minutes covering the subject of the meeting (including content covered in the question and answer section) are available in the link below along with slides from the evening’s presentation.



 
 

 
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Sans Souci Community Meeting Recap: Beautification
 Posted: 06/29/18 4:37 PM by Jonathan Hanna


On June 26th, the Sans Souci Neighborhood Alliance met at Sans Souci Church with local residents and allowed County Planning Staff the opportunity to complete what has been a series of topics, culminating with the subject of Community Beautification. County Planner Tina Belge took this opportunity to talk with community members about ongoing and potential public improvement projects, benefits of historical designations, gateway signage opportunities, and more. The complete minutes for this meeting are provided in a link below along with presentation slides. Anyone interested in more information on these subjects or anything related in Sans ...



 
 

 
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Sans Souci Community Survey Is Live!
 Posted: 03/07/17 9:27 AM by Jonathan Hanna


Click here to take the survey online now! Simply print from form for a paper copy. 

Haga clic aquí para tomar la encuesta en línea ahora! Simplemente imprima desde el formulario para una copia en papel.

Sans Souci Neighborhood Alliance, has put together a community survey for the Sans Souci area that we encou ...



 
 

 
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Sans Souci Community Meeting Recap: Crime & Litter
 Posted: 05/01/18 4:54 PM by Jonathan Hanna


The April 24th Sans Souci Neighborhood Alliance community meeting offered a host of valuable information for local residents with news on upcoming community projects, an introduction to the Greenville County Sheriff’s Environmental Enforcement Division, a detailing of Greater Greenville Sanitation Commission services, as well as a brief look at the benefits of CPTED guidelines (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design). Minutes from the meeting (including contact information from various presenters) and presentation slides are provided below. County Planning Staff hopes that as these various resources become more widely understood and utilized, that they may aid in promoting a cleaner and safer environment for all residents in Sans Souci.



 
 

 
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Sans Souci Community Meeting Recap: Streets & Safety
 Posted: 03/29/18 3:41 PM by Jonathan Hanna


The Greenville County Planning Department was hosted at the March 27th Sans Souci Neighborhood Alliance meeting to discuss a number of community-inspired concerns that were particularly raised during the previous Neighborhood Alliance meeting. The topics of focus consisted, broadly speaking, of streets and safety. County Planning Staff covered one of the primary ways in which public safety on streetscapes is impacted - that is, through street lighting. Staff also detailed some of the various methods and approaches for increasing or providing street lighting in an area (these elements are detailed in the minutes, provided below). In additio ...



 
 

 
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Sans Souci Community Meeting Recap: Future Land Use Exercise
 Posted: 03/01/18 3:31 PM by Jonathan Hanna


On Tuesday, February 27th, the Sans Souci Neighborhood Alliance with the Greenville County Planning Department held a community meeting that was broadly advertised across the neighborhood. There was a wonderful turnout for what was the Future Land Use exercise, which involved discussion and mapping of a variety of land uses across the study area. Residents and property owners of the area were extremely helpful through the expression of their feedback; however, if anyone was unable to attend the meeting or wishes to offer additional input, please contact either Jonathan Hanna or Tina Belge with your ideas.



 
 

 
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Upcoming Future Land Use Exercise with Sans Souci
 Posted: 02/13/18 11:40 AM by Jonathan Hanna


What shape do you think the future of Sans Souci should take? Which kinds of land uses would you like to see? Where do you think they should go? Whether these are new questions to you or ones you've mulled over in your mind a thousand times, we want to explore the potential answers with you. Planning staff will be conducting a future land use exercise with the Sans Souci Neighborhood Alliance and all community members are invited to participate. This is an important part of the planning process so we urge you to help us get the word out and bring a neighbor. The meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 27th, at 6:00 pm at Sans Souci Church ( ...



 
 

 
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Sans Souci Community Meeting Recap: Affordable Housing
 Posted: 01/25/18 4:09 PM by Jonathan Hanna


Greenville County Planning Staff met with the Sans Souci Neighborhood Alliance on January 23, 2018, to discuss the requested topic of Affordable Housing. Tina Belge led the discussion and leaned on much of her own experience from working at the Greenville County Redevelopment Authority. Staff covered a number of issues such as the changing demographics in Sans Souci, as well as the myriad of available resources and potential policies that are designed to address the common issues surrounding affordable housing. For a detailed description of the presentation and some of the surrounding conversation with residents, please refer to the 

 
 

 
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Sans Souci Community Planning Meeting Recap (8/31/2017)
 Posted: 09/05/17 9:33 AM by Jonathan Hanna


Greenville County Planning Staff held a planning meeting with Sans Souci Neighborhood Alliance members and community members to discuss a few topics that have been raised through the course of previous meetings. The first topic was potential funding options, namely through grant opportunities. A number of grants were suggested to the Neighborhood Alliance in an effort to highlight existing opportunities and potentially offer direction to gathering community efforts. All of the grants mentioned in the context of the planning meeting are provided in the meeting minutes (available below).

Staff also provided a brief recontextualiza ...



 
 

 
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Sans Souci: Community Outreach, Communications, & Events Committee Meeting
 Posted: 08/11/17 12:20 PM by Jonathan Hanna


County Planning Staff met with the Community Outreach, Communications, & Events Committee of the Sans Souci Neighborhood Alliance on July 17th to discuss the concept of community enrichment. This topic covers a broad variety of aspects including history, culture, and programmed space, all of which were brought up over the course of the meeting. Residents who attended this meeting are encouraged to contribute to the minutes from this meeting,



 
 

 
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First Sans Souci Committee Meeting Held June 19th
 Posted: 06/21/17 2:59 PM by Jonathan Hanna


On Monday, June 19th, County Planning Staff met with members of the Sans Souci Neighborhood Alliance's Infrastructure, Economic Development, & Finance Committee to discuss issues of infrastructure surrounding transportation in the community. Planning Staff was accompanied by GPATS Transportation Planners Keith Brockington and Brennan Hansley, as well as County Roads & Bridges Engineer Kurt Walters. Residents were also supported with the attendance of State Senator William Timmons, Representative Dwight Loftis, and County Councilman Willis Meadows.

The first half of the afternoon's meeting focused on Old Buncombe Road a ...



 
 

 
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Sans Souci Community Event: Recap
 Posted: 05/22/17 2:06 PM by Jonathan Hanna


For all Sans Souci residents: the Sans Souci Community Survey (also available in Spanish) will continue to remain open for the duration of the planning process. Anyone who has not already taken the survey is encouraged to still take it and your feedback will continue to be processed. Physical copies of the survey may be made available upon request or can be downloaded here (available in Spanish here). For any questions, contact Jonathan Hanna at (864) 467-7291 or jhanna@greenvillecounty.org.

County Planning Staff would like to thank all of the members of the Sans Souci Neighborhood Alliance and the community members and stakeholders who worked so hard to make the Saturday, May 20th community event so successful.



 
 

 
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Sans Souci Community Event: May 20th
 Posted: 05/18/17 9:41 AM by Jonathan Hanna


This Saturday, May 20th, the Sans Souci Neighborhood Association is hosting a community-wide event for residents, neighbors, family, friends, and stakeholders. We invite everyone to come out to Sans Souci Baptist Church (3100 Old Buncombe Rd) from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. to enjoy a free lunch with door prizes and plenty of activities for kids. This event will be an opportunity for everyone to hear the results of the Sans Souci Community Survey (which will continue to remain open for submissions) and get other general updates from the Sans Souci Neighborhood Alliance. ...



 
 

 
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Sans Souci Community Plan Process Commences
 Posted: 01/26/17 12:05 PM by Jonathan Hanna


On January 23rd, 2017, County Planning Staff met with the Sans Souci Neighborhood Alliance Board of Directors to announce the formal commencement of the planning process for the Sans Souci Community Plan. Staff presented the board with a Scope of Work that outlines the generally anticipated process that culminates in the adoption of the plan as an amendment to the County’s Comprehensive Plan. The Greenville County Planning Department is excited to work with the residents, business owners, and various stakeholders o ...



 
 

 
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Upcoming Sans Souci Neighborhood Alliance Meetings
 Posted: 09/02/16 9:48 AM by Jonathan Hanna


The Sans Souci Neighborhood Alliance (SSNA) is hosting two upcoming meetings for residents and business owners in the area to come out and provide feedback in the pre-planning process for the Sans Souci area. The first meeting is September 20th, 6pm-7:30pm, and the second meeting is on October 22nd, 11am-12:30pm. Both meetings will be held at Sans Souci Baptist Church (3100 Old Buncombe Rd). These meetings will include asset mapping exercises for the area as well as opportunities to become involved on the SSNA Board of Directors. 



 
 

 
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Sans Souci Community Meeting Recap
 Posted: 05/27/15 10:38 AM by Jonathan Hanna


The Greenville County Long Range Planning Department was recently invited to attend Sans Souci’s most recent Community Meeting, which was held last Tuesday, May 19th. Representatives of Sans Souci requested County staff to provide the community with an introductory inventory of community features and identifying factors. This information was collected and delivered by County intern, Brennan Hansley, who conducted a broad survey of elements such as community demographics, existing land use, current features, existing open space, flood plains, and roads/transportation accessibility. Residents were afterward invited to engage Pl ...



 
 

 


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