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The Greenville City Council meeting on January 24, 2022 will be a virtual meeting. Click here to learn more about the procedures for remote meetings, the public comment period, and public hearings.
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Expand/Contract Questions and Answers

  • Will lighting be improved?

  • How will crime be addressed?

  • Will sidewalks be installed?

  • How can the city assist with trash concerns?

  • Will traffic concerns be addressed?

  • What activities will take place north of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive or along the proposed 10th Street corridor?

  • How much of the citizens input will be included in the program?

  • Once activities begin, how will homeowners be contacted?

  • How will the revitalized neighborhoods be maintained in the future to ensure they do not decline over time?

  • How will older adults be handled in situations in which they are unwilling to cooperate?

  • What will happen to vacant lots?

  • I have lived in West Greenville nearly all my life and am concerned that the City will tear down houses and replace them with new houses that will not fit in our neighborhood. What is the City doing to ensure that new construction will be compatible with our community?

  • I am a minority homebuilder and see West Greenville revitalization as an opportunity for me to build affordable housing or make repairs within the community. What process should I follow and are there any incentives for me?

  • How will businesses obtain financial assistance?

  • What types of businesses will be encouraged?

  • Will rental properties be acquired because of the dilapidated condition of the dwelling?

  • Will elderly persons be given priority for housing rehabilitation?

  • Are there eligibility qualifications for housing rehabilitation assistance?

  • Where will relocated persons go?

  • What relocation assistance will be made available to those who may be displaced as a result of West Greenville revitalization?

  • Will I be forced to move?

  • Can I purchase the home I am currently renting?

  • Will rental properties bought by the city be made available for homeownership with buyer assistance in the form of loans or grants?

  • Will current residents of the areas identified be given priority in terms of assistance towards purchasing a home?

  • Does the city currently have redevelopment plans for those properties acquired in the revitalization program?

  • I remember the City urban renewal projects in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s with the wholesale demolition and relocation of residents out of the project areas. Will this happen again with West Greenville revitalization?

  • I live in the Moyewood neighborhood and feel my neighborhood should have been included in the revitalization program. Why isn’t Moyewood in the 45-Block revitalization area?

  • Who identifies the needs?

  • Will Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnership money be spent in the neighborhoods?

  • What is the purpose of the West Greenville 45-Block Revitalization program?