Horizons 2026: Greenville's Community Plan is Greenville's long-range comprehensive plan, which includes land use, transportation, recreation and parks, historic preservation and environmental protection goals and policies.
Our GIS mapping organizes the City of Greenville’s geographical data into unique layers, each containing information about specific data such as address points, streets, and zoning. Layers can be added together to create a map document that contains valuable information and allows the user to visualize the data in ways that reveal relationships and patterns that facilitate better decision making.
Staff Contact Information by Planning Activity
The Planning Division serves as the administrative and technical coordinator for land development and zoning requests throughout the city's 65-square-mile planning jurisdiction. Staff members assist developers, citizens and the general public. Most frequently requested information and applications are listed below, however if you do not find what you are looking for please contact our office at 252.329.4498.
Less frequently requested documents are also available to download by selecting the tab in the left margin entitled, "Plans, Maps and Applications." Manual of Fees - Planning
If you do not see a planning-related activity, please call
Chantae Gooby, Chief Planner, at
Text Amendment application
Elizabeth Blount, CZO, Lead Planner, at
Staff Liaison to Subdivision Review Board
Anna Willis, Zoning Enforcement Officer, Planner II, at 252-329-4486 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Zoning Certification Letter
Margo Castro, GIS Technician II,
Annual Planning and Development Activities Reports
- 2016 Planning and Development Activities Report (Interactive - It may take a minute to load)
- 2015 Planning and Development Activities Report (Interactive - It may take a minute to load)
- 2014 Planning and Development Activities Report
- 2013 Planning and Development Activities Report