About the Comprehensive Planning Process
We're having a citywide conversation about change, focusing on where we are now and where we want to go in the next 20 years. This plan will guide elected officials, staff, planning board members and others when working with regulations, policies and projects that impact development and the quality of life in Greenville.
Every Greenville resident is a stakeholder in their home and future and everyone's participation is needed to make this an inclusive, successful process.
Phase 1 - What We Believe
June to August 2019
Establishing our values and priorities
Phase 2 - What Is Happening
September to November 2019
Identifying relevant trends and conditions
Phase 3 - What Might Change
January to February 2020
Growth and change scenarios
Phase 4 - What We Choose
March to May 2020
Benefits, costs and trade-offs
Phase 5 - How We Will Make Decisions
June to August 2020
Draft plan and decision-making framework
Phase 6 - Confirmation of Our Vision
September 2020 to January 2021
Finalize for adoption and implementation
GVL2040 Virtual Open House: June 2020
Unlike the previous open house events, the fourth GVL2040 open house is virtual and allows community members to read and review information about the plan and submit comments at their convenience.
GVL2040 Public Survey 3: May 2020
Thanks to contributions from members of the GVL2040 Steering Committee and input from the community, the following has become clear over the past 10 months: (1) Greenville wants to continue growth and...
GVL2040 Public Survey 2: October 2019
In July, the City conducted its first public survey to find out what those who live, work and own businesses and property in Greenville think are the most important topics/issues that need to be addressed...
Gvl2040 Public Survey: June 2019
The City of Greenville is embarking on a comprehensive planning process called GVL2040. The City’s last comprehensive plan was adopted in 2009 after a two-year planning process called Plan-it Greenville...