Swamp Rabbit Trail Cleveland Park

Swamp Rabbit Trail pedestrian bridges inspections underway

Bunnell-Lammons Engineering (BLE) will begin inspecting nine of the 17 pedestrian bridges…
Swamp Rabbit Trail Cleveland Park

Swamp Rabbit Trail in Cleveland Park reopens

The Cleveland Park portion of the Swamp Rabbit Trail reopened this morning,…

Outdoor fun! What to do around Greenville this month

Spring is right around the corner, which means it’s almost time to…
Hiking Trails

Where to hike in Greenville

As the warm weather begins to creep its way in, many of…

Greenville Mayor Knox White receives tourism award

Greenville Mayor Knox White receives tourism award.

New 12-acre Laurens Road development snags Home Team BBQ and a brewery for Greenville

Holland Park, a new 12-acre mixed-use development at 813 Laurens Road, will break ground early 2019, bringing nationally recognized and low-country favorite Home Team BBQ to Greenville; a new local brewery concept, Double Stamp Brewery; a half-acre of shaded planned green space; and more than 18,000 square feet of additional office, retail, and restaurants.

Unity Park construction expected to begin in fourth quarter of 2019

Construction on Unity Park, the city of Greenville’s newest signature park planned west of downtown, could begin in the fourth quarter of 2019.

Public meeting scheduled for proposed Laurel Creek trail

Greenville residents will get a chance next month to voice their opinions on the route of a proposed trail that could connect the new Laurens Road section of the Swamp Rabbit Trail with the area near the Haywood Mall.

Stretch of Swamp Rabbit Trail closed through late November

A section of the Swamp Rabbit Trail closed Monday and won’t reopen until Nov. 23, the City of Greenville announced Tuesday.

With planned trail extension and sewer expansion looming, some say it’s time for a Laurens Road master plan

Two things about to happen in the Laurens Road corridor — an expansion of the Swamp Rabbit Trail from Cleveland Park to Verdae and the completion of a sewer line serving the former Department of Motor Vehicles site and the surrounding area — are expected to lead to explosive growth in that area of the city.

Bike Walk Greenville meets funding deadline for Lakeview Swamp Rabbit Trail spur

Bike Walk Greenville has met a July 1 deadline to raise $100,000 for construction of a spur that will connect Lakeview Middle School and parts of Sans Souci and Berea to the Greenville Health System Swamp Rabbit Trail.

Proposed city budget adds downtown police officers

More police officers would patrol Greenville’s downtown under the city’s proposed 2018-19 operating budget.

Parks are big winners again in city’s proposed capital projects budget

Parks — from the city’s new signature park west of downtown to neighborhood parks scattered throughout the city to the venerable Cleveland Park — would be the big winners in Greenville’s proposed capital improvement plan for next year.

Greenville advances in Strong Towns competition

Greenville has advanced to the round of eight in the “Strongest Town Contest,” a NCAA bracket-style online competition to find the most successful, resilient communities.

As work on Swamp Rabbit Trail extension continues, city sets aside money for othertrail projects

As work continues to extend the Greenville Health System Swamp Rabbit Trail along Laurens Road from Pleasantburg Drive to Verdae Boulevard, the city will set aside money for  other trail projects.