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Submitting An Event to the Community Calendar

All submissions will be reviewed before posting to the city's Community Calendar. The city has the discretion to determine which public events will be included in the calendar. The events should provide entertainment, food or other attractions to a diverse population, and promote the economic benefits of tourism or enhance the quality of life of the community. All events must be open to the general public (for free or cost), located within the City of Greenville and organized for non-profit purposes.

November 29, 2022
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Greenville Technical College Community Room
Dreisbach/Anderson Student Success Center, Building 102
Barton Campus
506 S. Pleasantburg Drive

506 S. Pleasantburg Drive
Greenville, SC 29607
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Redistricting Public Drop In - Proposed Map

Tuesday, November 29, 2022

The City of Greenville will host four drop-in meetings in November and December to receive public comment on a proposed redistricting plan. The proposed redistricting map will be available for public viewing prior to the first meeting on November 29.


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Drop-in meetings will be held in each Council district; however, residents are welcome to attend any or all of the meetings. All meetings will be from 6 to 7:30 p.m., and will be held as follows:


  • Tuesday, November 29 - Greenville Technical College, Community Room/Auditorium, 506 S. Pleasantburg Drive (District 4)
  • Thursday, December 1 - Bobby Pearse Community Center, 904 Townes Street (District 1)
  • Monday, December 5 – Prisma Health Welcome Center at Unity Park, 111 Welborn Street (District 2)
  • Thursday, December 8 - Nicholtown Community Center, 112 Rebecca Street (District 3)

The 2020 United States Census showed a shift in population density within the city limits, meaning the districts are no longer balanced. The law requires population equity among the districts, so the City’s redistricting goal is to have four council districts that are as close to the same number of people as possible and meet additional legal requirements for voting districts.

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