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  1. Crossing Rutherford Safely 

    A new pedestrian crossing, including a flashing signal, will make Rutherford Street safer to cross. Located between Pete Hollis Boulevard and Stone Avenue just north of downtown, this signal is part of the City's ongoing effort to address pedestrian safety in high traffic areas.

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    City Increases Litter Control Effort

    Whether it’s accidental or out of carelessness, discarded bottles, wrappers, containers and other trash are a major eyesore and can affect the overall appearance and cleanliness of our city. The good news is that litter is 100% preventable. More about Litter Control
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    City Holds First Workshop for FY2022 Budget

    City of Greenville staff presented a financial outlook and proposed areas of focus and investment for fiscal year 2022 to City Council members. A second workshop will be held April 26. The public hearing and first reading of the budget will be May 24. Presentation Details
  2. Graphic image showing a mask and words Mask Ordinance Extended

    Council Extends Mask Ordinance

    City Council has unanimously voted to extend the emergency ordinance concerning the use of face coverings. The extension will be in effect through June 8, 2021. Mask Ordinance Details
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    E-Waste Recycling & Shredding Event

    The City and Keep Greenville County Beautiful will co-host the next Electronic Waste Recycling and Shredding Day on Saturday, April 24, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Public Works facility, 475 Fairforest Way. Event Details
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    Rep. Dillard Named City History and Heritage Advisor

    State Representative Chandra Dillard has volunteered her time to assist in the effort to preserve, protect and promote a comprehensive and inclusive depiction of our city’s history. Advisor Details
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