Greenville County encourages those needing to pay taxes to avoid coming inside County Square.
Citizens can pay property taxes through the mail, the internet or by using the convenient dropbox located outside the Tax Office. The County accepts credit and debit card payments on our website, online. From now until April 15, the County will waive the online service fee provided by SC.GOV, our third-party provider.
Does your vehicle license plate expire between March 2020 and June 2020? You now have until July 1st 2020 to register or renew your vehicle plates.
DMV has extended deadlines for:
 • Motor vehicles registrations and plates
 • 45 day temporary license plates
Note: Expired plates may not be valid outside of SC
The service fee for Hospitality Taxes will also be waived until April 15th.
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Question:

How can our neighborhood get street lights installed?

Answer:

A special tax district must be established. (See Special Tax District Creation). Information concerning the creation of such a district must be obtained through the County Attorney Office at 864.467.7110.

Question:

Who do I contact to get Street Lights repaired?

Answer:

To report damaged or broken street lights, call Duke Power Customer Service at 1.800.777.9898 or logon to www.dukepower.com

Question:

How do you find out which streets are County maintained?

Answer:

The Public Works Division can provide assistance in the location of County maintained streets. Contact them at 864.467.7016.

Question:

Who schedules routine street maintenance?

Answer:

Routine street repairs are scheduled and performed by the Public Works Division at 864.467.7016. Public Works schedules more extensive street resurfacing and reconstruction based on expected pavement life and pavement condition assessment.

For a listing of current road repair projects, please visit the Road Repair Schedule on the Greenville County website.

Question:

How can I get a name for my street?

Answer:

All new street names are approved through the Planning Department during the initial acceptance process. When a person requests that a road be accepted through the Public Works Department, three (3) names are submitted for consideration. The name is approved through the E-911 Office, the Planning Department, and the Public Works Division. Duplications are not allowed. Private roads are named with the approval of the E-911 Office also.

Question:

How do I know if I live on a private road?

Answer:

If the street sign says "PD", the roadway is listed as a private drive. For further information, contact the Public Works Division at 864.467.7016.

Question:

Where should requests for street repairs be directed?

Answer:

The Public Works Division, 864.467.7016, should be contacted for these requests.

Question:

To whom do you report damages or missing street name signs?

Answer:

Report damaged or missing street signs to the Public Works Division, Sign Shop at 864.834.2962. Be specific about the type of street sign, its location, and the nature of the problem.

Question:

To whom do you report damaged or missing traffic control signs?

Answer:

Damaged or missing traffic control signs could be hazardous and should be reported immediately to the Public Works Division, Sign Shop at 864.834.2962.

 

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