Plans, Maps, and Applications

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Online Mapping - Geographic Information System (GIS)

Horizons 2026:  Greenville's Community Plan

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. 

In addition to the online digital version, you can download the plan by selecting the heading above. You may order printed copies of Horizons 2026 for $70 by contacting the Planning Division at (252) 329-4498. 

Forms and Applications - Manual of Fees

Appeal of Administrative Decision

Family Care Home Application

Home Occupation Assessment Form

Master Plan Community Application

Sign Permit Requirements

Site Plan Application

Special Use Permit Application

Street Name Change Application

Text (Zoning Ordinance) Amendment Application 

Uptown Outdoor Dining Application

Variance Application

Zoning Compliance Application

Zoning Compliance Permit Application - Temporary Use

Informational Documents

Checklist for Startup, Construction, or Expansion

 Plans, Reports, and Studies

2004 Flood Land Reuse Plan

Southwest Bypass Land Use Plan - Public Information

Student & Market Rate Housing Analysis 2017:   Kimley-Horn Consultants prepared and presented this report to City Council on January 8, 2017.  

Center City - West Greenville Revitalization Plan

Development Code Review and Policy Gap Analysis to Improve the Community's Health, Design, and Appearance, Adopted Nov. 8, 2012

Existing and Future Potential Residential Development in Southwest Greenville (portion of Vision Area E)

Horizons 2026 Greenville's Community Plan, Aug 23 2016

Neuse River Basin Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan, FEMA Approval June 22, 2015

Horizons 2026 Community Profile, Nov. 2015

Temporary Activity Applications

Christmas Tree Sales Permit Application

Circus, Carnival, and Fair Permit

Grand Opening Sign Permit

Roof Mounted Inflatable (Balloons)

Temporary Non-Profit Signs

Interactive Story Maps

Story maps use geography as a means of organizing and presenting information. They tell the story of a place, event, issue, trend, or pattern in a geographic context. They combine interactive maps with other rich content - text, photos, video, and audio - within user experiences that are basic and intuitive. Click links below to open Greenville's interactive story maps.

Historic Landmarks and Districts 

Neighborhoods and Community Assets

Building Inspections Documents