Greenville County EMS Honored
Greenville County EMS has been recognized by the American Heart Association for excellence in advanced cardiac care and awarded "Mission: Lifeline Gold Level Recognition." The official announcement was made during the 5th Annual Cardiac Arrest Survivor Ceremony, which is highlighted in the video to the left.
The Greenville News featured the event. Click here for the story
Free Cats and Kittens
Greenville County Animal Care is "Home of the Free...Cats" (and kittens) all summer long. Find your new best friend, and did we mention "Free" Click Here
GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail Impact Study
Usage of the Greenville Hospital System Swamp Rabbit Trail has increased 20%. More than 501,000 County citizens and tourists used the trail last year. For more on the Year 3 Impact Study, watch the video and read the News Release
Greenville County Rec Earns National Honor
"Greenville County's Recreation Department is one of the finest in the nation..." County Rec has earned the prestigious CAPRA accreditation.
2014 November General Election Results
GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail Economic Impact
Usage of the GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail increased more than 11% in 2012. More than 403,000 people used the 17.5 miles of trails creating economic development along the trail and nearby.
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GADC Annual Meeting
In 2012, GADC and Greenville County helped create more than 1,400 new jobs with an investment of $274 million in Greenville County.
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The Poinsett Corridor Revitalization Coalition proudly announces that the old Piedmont Shirt Factory will be torn down to make way for new economic development in the area. The "Poinsett District" will also feature a new streetscape, sidewalks, and a park/green space.
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Sidewalk Projects Completed
15 different diverse communities now have new sidewalks thanks to a $1.1 million investment by Greenville County. This program was a response to citizen requests, and features connections to schools and other communities. All funding was via a federal grant.
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Ground Breaking for Park on GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail
Leadership Greenville Class 39 has selected a section of the GHS Swamp Rabbit Tram Trail in the Berea community as their class project. The creation of a "pocket park" near the intersection of Sulphur Springs Road and the SRTT includes the restoration of an existing railcar, addition of a donated and restored 1942 locomotive, and numerous other outstanding park amenities. Fund raising and sponsorship for this one-of-a-kind park continue. To get involved please contact Ally at email@example.com or visit http://swamprabbitstation.com/donate/
Greenville County Animal Care volunteers are vital members of the team. Assistance from citizens allows staff to continue to focus on providing exceptional care to pets, and helps more pets find great homes. You are welcome to join our team. For more information on volunteering please call 467-3950 and click the link.
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