- Greenville Comprehensive Plan
- Bike Master Plan
- Trails & Greenways Master Plan
- West Side Comprehensive Plan
GVL2040, the city's latest update to the comprehensive plan, gets underway in January 2019. Follow the progress at GVL2040.com.
2009 Plan-it Greenville (PDF) was a 2-year project done by city staff to update the comprehensive plan for the City. In 2014, the City updated the Comprehensive Plan with current statistics (PDF) and a progress report (PDF) on
The 2011 Bicycle Master Plan (PDF) was adopted by City Council in September 2011. The Plan is the result of a 12-month planning process. Staff from the city’s Parks and Recreation Department, Traffic Engineering Division, Law Enforcement, Planning Department, Transit as well as the Greenville Pickens Area Transportation Study served in a critical advisory role during the project.
The Plan presents a framework to help strategize the expansion of the existing bikeway network, complete network gaps, and provide greater transportation connectivity while educating and encouraging bicycling throughout the City of Greenville.
The 2007 Trails and Greenways Master Plan (PDF) was completed by Greenways Incorporated and Arbor Engineering.
2014 West Side Comprehensive Plan (PDF): This plan is community-led plan for improving the livability of the West Side, including an analysis of the demographics and economy. The report addresses 2 important issues:
- Maintaining artists in residence in the Village of West Greenville
- Attracting a grocery store to the west side