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Gowensville Planning Workshop Recap
 Posted: 03/31/23 9:04 AM by Suzanne Terry

The Planning Workshop held on March 29th was a great success, both in the number of attendees and in the discourse. We estimate 70-80 were in attendence, as all chairs were filled!

If we didn't get to your question or comment, you can still submit feedback below, and the presentation can be viewed here: 
March 29th Workshop Presentation

Thank you for your participation!


Gowensville Planning Workshop
 Posted: 03/06/23 9:46 AM by Suzanne Terry

Our recent survey of Gowansville residents indicated that respondents lacked information on land use controls, such as Land Development Regulations and Zoning. Their preferred method for learning was to attend a local workshop.
You asked, we answered! 
Long Range Planning will be holding an educational workshop so that local residents can learn more in general about these planning tools.

What: Gowensville Planning Workshop
Where: Gowensville Community Center (14186 Hwy 11, Campobello)
When: Wednesday, March 29th from 6:00 to 7:30 pm.


Gowensville Community Survey Results
 Posted: 02/01/23 2:54 PM by Suzanne Terry

Results of the recent Gowensville Community Survey can be viewed here:  Gowensville Survey Results

There was sufficient interest by respondents in having an in-person workshop to learn more about growth management tools.  We will update this space soon with a time and date for a workshop to be held at the Gowensville Community Center.

Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you soon!


Gowensville Survey
 Posted: 12/16/22 11:43 AM by Tyler Stone

Greenville County Planning staff have been asked by residents of the Gowensville Community to assess the community’s interest in learning about growth management policies and tools. To that end, planning staff have developed an online survey to assess the community's interests and concerns.