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Taylors
News
Taylors Main Street Development District - Zoning Text Amendment
 Posted: 07/25/19 3:39 PM by Ben Cotton


We are pleased to announce that the Taylors Main Street Development District Zoning Overlay (MSDD) is now available for the public to view in advance of a Public Hearing before County Council on August 19, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. in Council Chambers at County Square. The MSDD map is located at the end of the document located here


 



 
 

 
Monaghan Mill
Update
Monaghan Community May Meeting & Plan Final Draft
 Posted: 06/04/19 10:22 AM by Tina Belge


On May 14th the Monaghan Community Association met with staff to review the draft of the community plan. Small changes were suggested then made by staff. The final draft is available here.

The plan is to go to Planning Commission May 22nd at 4:30 in conference room D at County Square. It will then go to Planning and Development committee June 3rd at 5 in conference room D at County Square. 

The public hearing will take place June 17th at 6pm in conference room D ...



 
 

 
Monaghan Mill
Update
Community Plan Update
 Posted: 04/12/19 4:35 PM by Tina Belge


In March the Monaghan Community Association met with Planning Staff to finalize changes to the draft plan and review the below possible intersection changes here and here. As well as the Future Land Use Map.


The mixed use areas were broken down for the neighborhood associa ...



 
 

 
Riverdale-Tanglewood
Update
Riverdale-Tanglewood Community Plan (Adopted 6-4-19)
 Posted: 04/04/19 9:24 AM by Tyler Stone


Below you will find the most recent draft of the Riverdale-Tanglewood Community Plan. Planning staff has worked with the community over the past two years to develop this statement of needs, goals, and vision for the area. County Council will hold a public hearing on April 15, 2019 at 6:00 p.m in Council Chambers at County Square to hear those in favor or opposition to the plan. We hope that you can attend this meeting to lend your support to this effort. Please let us know if you have any questions or comments. 



 
 

 
City View
News
City View Community Plan Adopted
 Posted: 04/22/19 9:38 AM by Jonathan Hanna


The City View Community Plan was adopted at Third Reading by County Council on April 2nd, making the effective date for the document April 3rd, 2019. Greenville County Planning is extremely grateful for the hard work and diligence of everyone involved in this process, including area residents and business owners, the City View Community Coalition, several local churches, Bon Secours Saint Francis, and Councilwoman Xanthene Norris. If anyone is interested in becoming involved in the ongoing implementation of the City View Community Plan, the City View Community Coalition meets regularly on the first Monday of every month at Legacy Early Col ...



 
 

 
Slater-Marietta
Update
Slater-Marietta Community Planning
 Posted: 04/03/19 3:47 PM by Tyler Stone


Since April 2018, County Planning staff has worked closely with residents of the Slater and Marietta Communities to develop goals and action items related to projected growth and development within the area. Monthly meetings have been held since then covering such topics as transportation, recreation, housing, community appearance, litter control, code enforcement and various others. We wanted to take this opportunity to share some of the results of these exercises (see links below), as well as to invite members of the community to join the ongoing process of developing the Slater-Marietta Community Plan. Results include, preliminary conce ...



 
 

 
Monaghan Mill
Update
Monaghan Mill Meeting
 Posted: 04/12/19 4:43 PM by Tina Belge


In January staff met with the Monaghan Community Association to review the draft community plan for the Monaghan Mill neighborhood, starting the feedback period for any changes to the document. 

Taskforces got together to discuss action items and small changes were noted to include in the final draft, namely regarding acknowledgments and the update of increased codes enforcement.

For further questions or comments please contact Tina Belge at cbelge@greenvillecounty.org or (864)467-7292.



 
 

 
City View
Update
City View Community Plan Adoption Timeline
 Posted: 01/08/19 11:06 AM by Jonathan Hanna


Upon a majority vote of residents and stakeholders at the January 7th City View Community Coalition meeting to proceed with the community plan adoption process, Greenville County Planning Staff has begun taking the initial steps toward a February 18 Public Hearing date for the community plan. All persons interested in the proposed amendment to adopt the final draft of the City View Community Plan are invited to attend this meeting. At subsequent meetings, Greenville County Council may approve or deny the proposed amendment. Community residents are still encouraged to review the final draft of the plan and submit any questions, concerns, or inquiries to Jonathan Hanna at jhanna@greenvillecounty.org. A full timeline of the adoption process is provided below for public information.



 
 

 
City View
News
City View Community Plan Final Draft Ready!
 Posted: 12/03/18 11:37 AM by Jonathan Hanna


The City View Community Plan has finally reached its final draft stage and it is available for public review! After months of careful review between Greenville County’s Planning Staff and members of the City View Community Coalition Core Team, the final draft reflects the hard work and feedback of neighborhood residents and community stakeholders. Planning Staff is hopeful this document accurately reflects the vision of the community and equips residents with strategies for the future as well as equi ...



 
 

 
Taylors
News
Taylors Main Street Development District Online Survey is Open
 Posted: 11/05/18 9:54 AM by Ben Cotton

Greenville County has been working in partnership with Taylors TownSquare on the creation of a Main Street Development District, which seeks to encourage the look-and-feel of a traditional small town center, emphasizing the history, health, safety, and welfare of the Taylors community. Some of the potential benefits include:

(1) Encouraging development that is compatible with a traditional small-town atmosphere;
(2) Protecting business investment by ensuring all properties follow the same guidelines; and
(3) Improving quality-of-life with a focus on beaut ...



 
 

 
Sans Souci
News
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 ...



 
 

 
Monaghan Mill
Update
Monaghan Mill Meeting
 Posted: 02/18/19 3:45 PM by Tina Belge


On October 15th Planning Staff met with the Monaghan Community Association to draft goals and action items for their community plan. Committees for Crime, Codes, and Litter Prevention met as well as Fundraising and Communications. To join the association contact mracommunitywatch@gmail.com and visit gcplanning.org for all past meeting minutes and to take the community survey.



 
 

 
Slater-Marietta
Update
Slater-Marietta Area Plan Update
 Posted: 09/11/18 1:33 PM by Tyler Stone


On August 14, 2018 the Slater-Marietta Community met for a discussion of Transportation Issues within the Community. Mike Holden, SCDOT Engineer, was on hand to answer questions from community members regarding traffic lights, traffic calming, and other measures to improve safety along U.S. Highway 276. Additional discussion centered on the quality of the existing tennis courts and recreation fields, and the need for improved facilities. See meeting notes below. The Committee will meet again on Tuesday, September 11, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at the Slater Hall Senior Action Center to begin developing goals, strategies, and objectives for the ...



 
 

 
Five Forks
Update
Steering Committee Update
 Posted: 08/10/18 2:48 PM by Tyler Stone


The Five Forks Area Plan Steering Committee met on August 9, 2018 at the Five Forks Library for a discussion of Transportation and Traffic related goals for the Plan. Representatives from SCDOT and GPATS were on hand to provide information about upcoming projects and to answer questions about potential road improvements for the Five Forks Area. Many topics were discussed including access management, street connectivity, development impact fees, and growth management strategies, among others. The Committee will meet again on September 13, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. at the Five Forks Library to further the Transportation discussion and to work toward ...



 
 

 
County
News
Northern Greenville County Zoning Meeting: CANCELLED
 Posted: 07/24/18 3:37 PM by Jonathan Hanna


Update: This meeting has been CANCELLED. This meeting was not organized by the County and was desired by a group of citizens who were interested in pursuing zoning for a particular area in the northern part of the County.  The day before the meeting, the church withdrew their offer to hold the meeting at their location.  The meeting organizers told us that they posted signs on the church that the meeting was cancelled.  For any questions, please contact Ms. Phoenikx Buathier, the Zoning Administrator, at PBuathier@greenvillecounty.org.

Resi ...



 
 

 
Sans Souci
Update
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.



 
 

 
Five Forks
Update
Five Forks Citizen Committee Applications
 Posted: 07/16/18 3:42 PM by Tyler Stone


Staff met with residents of the Five Forks Community on July 12, 2018 to gather additional feedback for the Five Forks Area Planning effort. Staff set up three exercise stations including a mapping station, an issue prioritization station, and a visual preference survey station to elicit additional input regarding the direction of the Five Forks Area Plan. Next, staff will work with three Citizen Committee groups to develop goals, objectives, strategies, and a work program for the community over the next ten years.



 
 

 
Sans Souci
Update
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 ...



 
 

 
Riverdale-Tanglewood
Update
Riverdale-Tanglewood Community Plan Update
 Posted: 06/20/18 9:28 AM by Tyler Stone


Staff presented the Draft Riverdale-Tanglewood Community Plan to the community on May 8, 2018, and again on June 19, 2018, and requested feedback on the plan. Since then, the Draft Plan has been updated to reflect comments made both at the meeting and afterward. Additions include: a goal of enhanced notifications of zoning public hearings for nearby property owners; as well as, methods for dealing with long-standing grandfathered and nonconforming uses within the community. Also, some community members expressed a desire to rename the plan in order to better reflect the inclusivity of multiple neighborhoods. To that end, planning staff wil ...



 
 

 
County
News
Five Forks Area Plan Kick-off Meeting
 Posted: 06/15/18 11:21 AM by Tyler Stone


Greenville County Planning Staff and County Council Members Butch Kirven, Rick Roberts, and Dan Tripp (elect) met with residents of the Five Forks Community on June 14th to Kick-off the start of the Five Forks Area Plan. The Plan, an update of the East Woodruff Road Area Plan developed in 2007, will provide a vision for the area’s future, along with implementation strategies and solutions to pressing issues concerning the community. We had a very productive and lively discussion regarding the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats relevant to the Five Forks Area, and look forward to sev ...



 
 

 
Sans Souci
News
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 ...



 
 

 
Monaghan Mill
Update
Monaghan Community Plan- Beautification Meeting Recap
 Posted: 06/01/18 2:36 PM by Tina Belge


On May 21st neighbors, representatives, and staff came together to talk about boundaries, history and preservation, as well as ongoing and future beautification efforts. For full minutes of the meeting please click here.



 
 

 
County
Event
Hands On Greenville Events Around the County
 Posted: 04/26/18 4:04 PM by Jonathan Hanna


The United Way is hosting another annual Hands On Greenville (HOG) Day in our County and a number of communities that the Greenville County Planning Department is currently working with will be participating. These communities invite anyone interested in participating to join the effort to provide community clean-up and restoration projects in several key areas. HOG Day events are planned in City View, Monaghan, and Sans Souci neighborhoods. These community service opportunities take place on Saturday, May 5th, and will be followed up by an after party at Fluor Field. For more information on each communities events, continue reading . . . .



 
 

 
Sans Souci
Update
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.



 
 

 
Monaghan Mill
Update
Monaghan Crime and Litter Community Plan Meeting Recap
 Posted: 04/10/18 3:27 PM by Tina Belge


Speakers from the Sheriff's Officer, Environmental Enforcement, Codes Enforcement, Greater Greenville Sanitation, and Palmetto Pride spoke about crime and litter in Monaghan. They discussed what the community can do to reduce crime through specific reporting how to's and enforcement rules as well as through beautification and design. For full minutes click here.



 
 

 
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