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City to host three open houses on the development code

The City of Greenville’s Development Code project team is hosting open houses for the five small area study areas: North Laurens Road, McAlister Square, Augusta-Mauldin-Pleasantburg, Greater Sullivan and Stone + Main. Representatives from each area have been working with the consultants who are writing the City’s new development code to identify opportunities and issues that the code may be able to address.

These open houses are open to everyone!

While the information will be geographically focused on the five small study areas, these areas were selected because they are representative of other areas within the City. In other words, input at these open houses will be applicable citywide.

At each open house, the consultants will share zoning information specific to the areas and present their findings to date. Attendees will have an opportunity to provide input and help guide the project team’s efforts. There will not be a formal presentation at the open houses, so the public is invited to stop by anytime.

North Laurens Road and McAlister Square

Tuesday, April 5

4 – 6 p.m.

Greenville Technical College

Success Center Community Room

Barton Campus, Building 102

(506 S Pleasantburg Drive)

Augusta-Mauldin-Pleasantburg

Wednesday, April 6

4 – 6 p.m.

Augusta Road Library

(100 Lydia Street)

Greater Sullivan and Stone + Main

Thursday, April 7

4 – 6 p.m.

Greenville Convention Center

Room 102AB

(1 Exposition Drive)

For more information about the City’s development code project, visit www.greenvillesc.gov/devcode.




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